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Volume XL, No. 22 



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-VlieGif^A BEACH, VIRGINIA, THU^OAY, APRIL 1, 1965 



Two Sections— 1 6 Pages 



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FIRE UNITS ADD NEW EQU IPMENT 



Six persons were iitjiircd when this ear sj^intered a |iower line \yo\t in King's Grant in a one 
car collision. ( Police I'lioto by Carlson ) 



VIRGINIA BFACH — The 
city this week added nearly 
lUO.OOO worth of fire fighting 
equipment to four department 
to better secure its insurance 
rates and protect its citizens, y 

The most expensi^ piece of 
equipment, a $40,m3 aerial 
truck. Wis delivered to the Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough Fire Dc- 
partmait last week but was of- 
ficmlly turned over to the city 
Tues<£iy. 

Three 750-gallon pumper 
trucks, costing about $33,C<)0 
ejrch, arrived at three Bayside 
Borough volunteer departments 
early Wednesday morning with 
fire and goveramsataJ officials 
at the wheels. ««=«»i=*«"=ss-, 

A 12-man."tasi" group, in- 
cluding Commissioner of Rev- 
enue Ivan D. Mapp and Bayside 



DOG SHOW AT CIVIC 
CENTER 




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VIRGINIA BEACH — The annual dog show spons<ved 1^ 
, the AMOciatwi Specially Oiibs of Tictewater, Virginia, will cobj- 



***bnie obediefwe trials 
ysaot triiris 14'e scj 
Alan B. Shepard 

at 6 p.m "* 



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the specialty show this year. The obed- 
U) be^a at 12 noon on Ftiday, at tfae 
- QeMer. The speciatty ^t^^will tfegln 




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Cava&r D^^ermao 
Club, joined, for tht fii 
by ihe Hampton Roads Obed- 
ience Training Club, Inc. 

Admissi<»i to the entire show 
k $1.00 with the privile^ of 
leaving and returning at any 
time. An Imported ftaBan 
IblowB glass bowl valued at 
$22-50 will be awarded as a 
door prize. 

The obedience trials, which 
are open to AKC registered dogs 
of all br^ds at least six months 
old, Are divided int^ po^ ac- 
cording to the dogs 'prc^es in 
training. The groups are Novice, 
Graduate Novice, Open, and 
Utility. The groups are subdi- 
vided into class A for dogs 
handled by their owners, and 
class B for dogs handled by pro- 
fessional , people. Trials and 
judging are ess^ritially the same 
for class A and class ,B. 

In the Novice class, the do" 
, must perform a series of basi" 
exercises which includes heelin- 
On lead, figure eighi, stand fo- 
exan^ination, heeling off bad 
recall, sit-stay (one minute), and 
down-stay (three minules). 

The dogs are judged a^ins* 
standards estafadi^ed by the 
American Kennel Oub and ar? 
awarded poinhi according to 
their performance. 

The Graduate Novice and the 
Open competition is among dog? 
that have their CD rating. A 
Companion Dog Exallent 
^CDX) rating is obtained by 
competing in the Open class and 
' ean^ 170 points in each c^ 
fliree dwwsv 

The exercises in tire Opar 
class include the Novice exer- 
^ses performed without lead 
with additional ei^'cises such 
as retrieve on flat, retrieve over 
high jump, and retrieve over 
broad jump. Also, tlw dog must 
perform a ttiree-minute slt-stav 
and a five-minitfe down-kay with 
tiie handler out oi s^it 

In the Utility cwnpetitkni, a 
dog must have prt^pr^sed in 
training to do various exerci^s 
of the prevk>m classes by use of 
iand si^»is instead of voice 
commands m well ^ Kid^i»al 
<SHsrcises such as sceM diacriai* 
^rtion, seek bac^, and direc^ 



lrad»r, and metal, Af^m a |[Foup 
of siotilar ob^s by' identifying 
his handter's s^nt. ^ 

The seixMid event, .b^tening 

at 6 p.m., will fatore^D^tfa- 
shunds in oi» ring with either 
[k)berman Pimchers or Boxers 
in the second ring. This event 
is the specialty show with dogsj 
competing in their breed. The 
first judging is done with the 
dogs divid^ in|o five groups 
eadi for males and females. The 
groups are Puppies, six to nine 
months; Puppies, rtne to 12 
months; Novic^, American Bred, 
Bred by Exhibitor, and Open. 
Each group is judged against 
established standards. 

Hie winner from each male 
group then competes for Win- 
ner's Dog while the female 
group winners compete for 
Winr>;r's Bitch. The Winner's 
Dog and Winner's Bitch then 
rorapete for Be« of Winners. 



Kinp; 
CollisiM. 

Injures W^i. 

KINO'S GRANT — Six per- 
son were iiqured in a recent 
early morning c^ismi in a 
driveway in King's On^it when 
a car ^amx Oirt of conbt^ vAd 
struck a power line ptt^- 
.« PoMMiaid thtf ^^n V^OoR 

Aoad when ho tost 4»)iitrol of 
the car. ^ left the road uid 
liruck a Vvginia Electric and 
Power Company pole at the 
(frivewav of 3113 C^imby Road. 

Tlie cdlision caused ab(Mt 
$2090 damage to the late model 
car and about $500 damage to 
the splintered pole. It also broke 
about 100 feet of power lines. 

Gore, who was charged with 
reckl^S driving by Patrolman 
John Pril^iard, suffered, lacen- 
tlons of :^ right Side of die head 
Hid pdi^lble chest injurks. 

Passei^ers injured were 

Eleanor Gore, 35, lacerations 
of the mouth and n^sA knee and 
shock. 

Robert R. Beibier, 35, 
Quimby Road, facial cuts. 

Memie Beibier, 37, facial cuts 
and bruised kn^s. 

Jon Hering, 28, of 3008 Edin- 
bureh Drive, facial cuts. 

Tricia Hering, 24, facial cuts 
and possible back injury. 



IMPPRESieNS 
CO F^HTIOII 



vmOINIA BEACH— Com- 
missioner of Revenue Ivan D. 
Mapp \a& resign^ as civilian 
coordmator of Civil Defense for 
Virgmi^ Bea<^ because of the 
wm-k yplun^ withm the revenue 
office. 



''Wi •ocented Mr. Mapp's 
i«4igM« wWi ^K^re ^rets," 
Ma^ fr&Si A. Di^ "*^lrf"Sr 
"Vie IS a very capaWe inan ahd 
t pCTSfNially feel he has dom a 
fine job.". 



Councilman Larry Marshall, These loans 
went to Allentown, Pa., the end 
of last week to pjpk up the three 
^new unilf.4They arrived in Vir- 
ginia Beach about 1:30 a.m. 
Wednesifey^ 

The Virginki Beach Borou^ 
Fire D^rtment, the city's (Mly 
paid unit, has expected delivery 
on the aerial for several months. 

A factory engineer drove the 
huge white truck in March 19 
and spent the time between ar- 
rival and Tuesday in checking 
the unit and training the men to 
operate it. 

Its 100-foot aerial will" reach 
a seven to eight story building, 
depending on how close th; 
truck can get to the building. 
Fire Chief E. B. Bayne said. 

The unit also inchides 210- 
feet in aluminum ground lad- 
ders and a latest model life net 
that can safely receive a jumper 
from a fourth flooir, or "perhaps 
higher in an extreme emergency." 

Actual cost of the truck was 
$40,683 but an additional 
$2,000 worth of equipment ha^ 
been «ided to intensify its op- 
eration. The money was appro- 
priated by City Council some 
time «^. 

The three 750-gaHon pumpers 
went to volunteer units at D^vis 
Coamer, Chesapeake Beach and 
Ocean fHirk. Tney were cu«om- 
ma<fe and completely equipped. 

The $99,000 pusblMe price 
(rf t^ pui|pMs wasipiid for oat 



through individual contributions 
coll»;ted in the annual fund 
raising drives sponsored by each 
of the city's 13 vcA^er f^ 
departments. 

Thalia and Chesapeake Beach 
units recently purchased fire 
trucks with city-loaned fund^ and 
the Davis Corner and Kemps- 
ville units have added new am- 



Iw repaid balances in the same manner. 



The Virginia Beach Rescue 
Squad expects to buy a new am- 
bulance next month and per* 
haps sell one of its older ones 
to one of the volunteer fire units. 

Fire and rescue operations 
throughout the city have been 
^eatly increased with the addi- 
tion of this new equipment. The 
resort borough, with its multi- 



story nK)tel.<! and ifeructwres, %m 
tong needed a highfr aedfit ^a« 
its older 65-fool «ie. 

Mapp said the only foneeable 
future need wouM bi a hook and 
ladder com|Mny in the, c^ter 
of thf city to provide pr^^iion 
for the hi^ rise ^Mfownt 
buildings nov being f^ged. 
"But th» won*t be Inr^acftttf 
time yet," he ad<W. 





This Doberman Pinscher is one of the "P" litter bred by 
li^nny Davis. All of tiiis litter have becon^ clmmpioos. Star 
took eight groups in 12 times mit in four shows. She also won 
BcM of Of^»site Sex from clapi the first time shown (19^). 
Tlw fcrflowing day she wmt Bert of Breed at thd Tidewater 
Kenoel Club diow. 



aty Manner W. Russell 
Hatchett iiKJlcated that the 
resi^tation probably was due to 
the anticipated work load from 
the sales tax which goes into 
effect June 1. 

Mapp denied that the sales 
tax was the dir^t reascm bdiind 
his resignati(m but add^ "the 
woric has be«n increasing in the 
revenue of^c'for some time and 
when the sales tax goes into 
effect it will undoubtedly create 
more work." 

Mayor Dusch said that no ap- 
pcrintment has been made tb re- 
place Mapp but that Graham 
y^ilK w<ndd serve as «;Ung 
coordinate for the time being. 

Mapp has held tlw* strictly 
volunteer post since 1948. As 
coordinator it has bwn his re- 
sponsibility to organize ahd ad- 
minirter the city's Civil Defense 
^<^am. 

"This is a very valuable pro- 
gram to our citv," Mapp said, 
"and I fed itjiee(fe a coordinator 
who can devote more tijne to it 
than I will be able to." 



Pictured with tte resort borough's new aerial fire truck Are ileftyto right) M. R. 
(Jirroli, W. E. Hoggard, Oiief E. B. Bayne, V . E./Ste«M»s, C. U Guriey, W . A. Moxky and 
(in the r^r) VV. R. Gttrley. " (staff Photo by PhiUi^) 



Safe taken 
At Back siy 

BACK BAY — A 300-500 
pound safe was taken from. 
Ansell's Market at Back Bay 
eariy Tuesday morning by means 
of a hydraulic jack apparently 
taken from a nearby service sta- 
tion. 

Police said that both break- 
ins occurred about 2 a.m. and 
were discowred by Patrolman 
Michael Zello on routine check. 

Operator of the Back Bay 
Texaco Station reported the loss 
of six tires, gasoline, batteries, 
cigarettes, sledge hammer and 
other items. 

Contents of. the safe are not 
known at this time, police said. 

The hydraulic jack was re- 
covered fron* Ae market where 
it had apparently been aban- 
doned after the safe was removed, 

Detective Nobles and Carlson 
wNt a^ied and D^ctives 
fiasni^t and Lambeit are in- 
vestigatii^ 



Fund and was an outright p^r- 
chme by the city rather than a 
loan to the departments, Mapp 
e;xplainedi , j 

However, otfier volunteer de« 
partments have purchased new 
units within the past few weeks 
with loaiB provided by the city. 



Cyclist Hurt 
In Collision 



VIRGIJ^IA BEACH — A 23- 
year-oki Navy man received a 
broken leg Sunday abmit 6 p.m. 
when his motorcycte struck a 
car making a left turn. 

Injured in die mishap was 
Matthew L. Glenn of 249A 
Oceana Boulevard. 

Patrolman Rex Bolton said 
that Glenn wtts riding the motor- 
cycle east on Virginia Beach 
Boulevard when a car, driven 
bv Mrs. Irene L. Flemming of 
1053 Virginia Bejlch Beulevard 
made a left hand turn into Realty 
Lane in front of the oncoming 
cyclist. 

Glenn' struck the car in the 
right rear, causini? about $25 
damage to the motorcycle and 
about $20 damage tp the car, 
Bolton reported. 

Mrs. Flemming was charged 
with reckless driving. 



Cancer Crusade 
Underway Sun. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 

Virginia Beach Unit of the 
American Cancer Society is busy 
settine the staee for the produc- 
tion of the 1965 Cancer Crtisade. 
Mrs. Joseph Lagilia, President- 
of the Virginia Beach Unit, re- 
ports that the army of Volun- 
teers is poised ready for the 
Crusade to commence on Mon- 
day. 

The signal for the Crusade 
will be voiced from the church 
pulpits of many churches of the 
city on Sunday, when these 
churches will recognize Cancer 
Sunday, and ministen will speak 
of Hre great humanitarian work 
of these volunteers. 



MUSICALS i Mary Jo WlBs Talert 




EDUCATION 



1-30 Musicals promote educat- 
VIRGINIA BEACH — U|t 
ynu-'s siK^essful Vii|plnia &ach 
Civic Qiorus musical,- "Carou- 
sel," was hlghl^lcclaimed for 
its entertainment value but, even 
more important, its proceeds will 
laonch a college education for 
thrw Virginia Beach students. 

Hie Vir;ginia Beach Rotary 
Club, which sponsors Uie Civic 
Chorus presentations, will use 
the proceeds from the 1964 show 
for three $500 college scholar- 
ships. 

These scholarship grants have 
been made possible because of 
the overwhelming succ^s of 
"Carousel" and^e club hopes 
that the forthcoming pro4uction 
of "Show, Boat" will make even 
more grants av&ilable next year. 

The Rotaiy Club will con-i 
tinue, in addition to the newly 
created grants, its long estab- 
lished student loan program in 
which college students are loaned 
money interest-free to complete 
then- education* The money is 
repaid when their earning years 
commence. 

"The new scholarships are 
outright grants and do not come 
under the loan program," Andre 
Evans, chairman of the scholar- 
ship committee, said. 

Applications for this yearS 
$500 awards will be accepted 
by mail until April 10. Appli- 
cants must be a bona fide resi- 
dent of Vii^inia, grades must be 
there must be a financial heed 
at least as hi^ as the schools' 
college recommending score, and 
toward a college education. 

•Recipients will be announced 
at the student perfor^nanre of 
"Show Boat" at Princess Anne 
High School. The popular musi- 
cal will be presented nightly 
April 27 through May I. 

"The more public support \^ 
get for "Show Boat,"" the' mofe 
scholarships the , club will have 
available next year," Evans sjaid. 

Students interested in the 
$5(X) grants may obtain further 
IMormation from their schod 
principals who have applications 
and instructions available in their 
offices. 



pwttl&r ^ tr¥fifWt ii^, 
H%h Sc^ioor, acwrding to Hte 
t^naprs as wdt as the judg^ 
of the Miis High School of Vk- 
ginia, will take he^ talent md 
her beauty to Asbury'Park, 14.1. 
this summer to compete in die 
Mist H^ School of Anterica 

(X»tMt. 

Misi Mary Jo KelTam, tlie 
bUie-eyed pixie daughtor of Del 
and Mrs. William P. KellAm, 
took first place in Hampton last 
wMk with ter sin|png of selec- 
tioiij from "My Fair Lady^. 
Surprised by winning the top 
latent pria, Mary Jo gratefully 
acknowkt^es, "I owe it aSl to 
the coach^ from Charles' 0)i^«r, 
the wcmcterrul musical director of 
^owbOBt." Though she had 



^I^WIA BEACH-^^^t^m M^ 



Memorial Was 
Imiiressive 
Despite Wind 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 

Saturday morning memorial 
servitje commemorating the sink- 
ing of the Norwegian bark 
"Diktator" battled the elements 
much as the ill-fated ship must 
have back in 1891. 

A strong, cold northeast wind 
prevented the Ladies Auxiliary 
of the Vir<?infa Beach Fire De- 
partment from casting a floral 
wreath upon the waters offshore 
via the fire department DUWK. 

Auxiliary officials Mrs. R. E. 
Washburn and Mrs. Beverly 
Hicks threw the wreath out from 
the water's edge and wfien it 
washed in it was placed at the 
base of the Norw'egian Lady 
statue at 25th Street and Ocean 
Front, site of the memorial 
service. 

The wind, whipoed the many 
Norwegian flags displayed about 
the area as special guests and 
dignitaries took part in the cere- 
mony. Each of the participants 
were presented miniature reoli- 
cas of the flags to wear in thehr 
lapels. , 

The Virginia Beach Hisji 
School Band provided approorir 
ate music and Norwegian Con- 
sul Rolfe Williams spoke brief- 
ly on the significance of the 
, statue, presented to the city by 
Moss, N(»way, and on the me- 
morial ceremony. 



all her 

bssvis nor cflMttidni^ h^^lf 
a talrated Mnger. Mils M^m 
has b^n takinf pl^^kmin ft»' 
many years, uid pteAf ^m to 
add yoioe le^ws » iMMr tt^p 
hemU for ^ nM^itf «Mt|pi- 
tid^, 

L^ ]^, she WM numersip 
in the bcMty cosiest Ibrliis 
High Schod of Vii^iHfl, Havhg 
experierK^ed the rigors as well as 
the fm of the comiK#ion ol 
teauty imi Ulent cMw, she 
is lookji^ forward to the w- 
ooming con^Mtition wilfa youth- 
ful endiusUism. 

Miss Kfory Jo Kellam is a 
dedi^itful ^»iOg lady wi& na- 
tural inborn grace and <^nn7- 
a lovely representative for Vir- 
ginia and Virginia Beach. / 




MISS MiUrV m KEULAM 

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einibei? gl the Naval Air Statioi) Ocjeana Navy Relief 
1^ w lio^m) MR row: Mi^ eell AowcU, Mo. Judy 
* Jo mikw, i^ ftti ON^, Mrs. UBian Motley, 



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I M^tiibill, Mri. Tlih Tbcrason, Mre. Baitara NeUm 

L JttqMie^ UMiixw; Mn. Mrcaiae Tyrrel. Mrs. 

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reoojp^tkm du^^ the 

t€t havini served over 

irii )>rt!Mfltii4 a ^ 
Schievement. 

The HAS Oceaiia Na^ H^ 
uef SoqiMy ia a «on<«i(^ Au- 
iaUe Apnwithte dcrif^ work 
within mi mifittfy. It reaves 
fuiKla fcom individittl mUkiffy 
donatioiis and ia staflM entirely 

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VIRCiNlA BEACH — A 
iS-year-bld Norfolk man has 
been chgifod with two counts of 
involu^|0 maioslauf^ter with a 
vehicle ji a traffic collision Sat- 
urday *|S^t that claimed the 
lives of two men. 

ere placed 

Toe aeci- 

6:15 p.to. 

xk Boiney 

Jim Horace l5Bvis, 44 of 431 
jL^UM , and 







Wrig^V re- 
waft 'SSm 

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,s" and e«li- 

.^mage to iAe track «t 

CS^Hin 4«re the 

lafl^ fatalities in 
;n «^ February, 
persons to.- oe 
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GiNlX BEACrt — A 

eKoiir representjili a 

of Vin^ia BteOi 

win pretext loha 

s "The OwifixkMi" at 

OiKlee Episconal Chord) Sun- 

m^M 5 p.m. ' 

He choir will be directed by 
Mrs. Ddb W. Koite. Miss Eva 
htt S^w^e will be guest or- 
ganist 

Sotoists will be William Utley, 
tenor, sad <^rlM CHiver, bass. 

^ t%e ftttHHng drarc^ will 
be refN-e^pted: First Presbyter- 
iai^ Vii^^ Beach Methodist. 
Lw««tf C^urci of <he Good 
^^herd, Eastern Sure and 
Gahlee Episoqml churches. 

Mrs. George L. AWridge, Sr. 
'a ddrman of Arrai^mems. 

The servke is open to the 
public. 

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MthM Schedule 

VIRGB^lA BEACH -^ The 
organizational meetings for 
Aduft Softball and Community 
League Bud>all are sdieduled as 
follovra: 

AB meetinp to be held ^t the 
iRecreatkHi C%ice, 1609 Indiana 
Avenue at 7:30 p.m. 

Men's Slow-Piteh Softball- 
Monday, April 5. (Men's Unlim- 
ited and Duffers leagues). 

Women's and T«n Girls Soft- 
ball — ^Tuesday, April 6. 

Baseball-Community Leagues 
Wednesday, April 7. (Midget 
L^gue, Interm^ate League & 
Junior league & Senior League). 

All teams linljre^ed please 
send one representative to these 
meetings. The Men's and Wom- 
en's Aduk Softball Leagues a 
fraiM^hise fee will be charged. 
(Rules and By-Laws will be dis- 
cusstKi and contracts issued at^ 
this time. Deadline for enterine 
teams in the Adults ^Softball 
Leagues will be Tuesday, May 4. 

E^dline for entering teams 
in the Community Leagues wilii 
be May 14. 

For further information please 
call 497-2027 (acMress: 4400 
Nike Site Road, Virginia Beach, 
Virfinia). 



We were folding Iwochures at 
the Y*orrice the other day when 
Frosty (she's our stiff director) 
turned her searching blue eyes 
on me and said, "You know, of 
course, that the seventeen wom- 
en in the last trimnastics class at 
Bayside weighed over a ton 
wheh they started the classss." 

WELL! Now there's a rial 
bomb for you\ "Collectively, i 
hope," said I. 

'Of course" Sie nearly added 
"stupid", but I could see she 
thought better of it. 

I asked her how much they 
weighed at the end Of the les- 
sons. "Oh, it was 'Still over a 
ton, but fliey lost 62 pounds." 

She patiently explained that 
they all lost weight or relocated 
it in strategic areas. 

Girl Friday Elizabeth Bendler 
said that some of the weight- 
conscious giris went from Bay- 
side to Virginia Beach classes 
and back to Bayside so as not 
to iifiss one week in between. 
R«:kon the girls are thigkii^ (A 
summer and squeezii^ into ^ose 
bikinis. 

Whteh reminds me that smm- 
mta| classes start at the Civalicr 
<Mi Aiftfil 5 and run throi^ 
April 2B. Next »ssion bt^ns 
May 3 throi^h May 26. Vtopc 
you registered for these. They're 
so p(^lar that it's first ^^me 
first ««vcd. ^ 

mdmmif^, Ap^ f 

Golf - fc^istr^ion and 1st date 
Stmbj^ Lake - 10 a.m. 

11tnilay» A^i , 

Oiinesc Bmi* Painty - "Y" 

Office 10-12 noon 
2iid Chss Bayside L,D.O. 

Baylake Methodist Church 
9:30 - 2:30 . 

Friday, April 9 

Silk Screening - "Y" QffKe 
10-12 noon ^ V „ 

Y-Teen Dance - Bow Creek 
Courtry Club. - ' 

The YWCA wilfoffer a vari- 
ety of classes at Y headquarters 
in April. Register at the Y of- 
fice, 303 3(Xh St. at least two 
days in advance of the first class. 
The schnlule folk)ws: 

Meaday 10 • 12 nooa 

Art: Pastels and Water Colors 

April 5 - May 17 
Dc Coupage: 1 - 3 p.m. 

April 19 - 26, May 3 

TMsday: 10 - 12 nom 

Ftower Antiquing: 
April 20, 27, May 4 

WeilMsdi^: 10 - 12 nooa 

Duplicate Bridge 
April 21 thru May 26 

Itandwr: 10 • 12 Boon 

Chinese Brush Painting 

April 8 thru June 3 
Oil Painting: 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. 

April 22 thru May 27 

Friday: 10 - 12 mxNi 

Silk Screening: 

April 9 ^u May 21 




Officially opening the Third Annual Spring Flower Show at the Linkhorn Park Scho*>l 
Saturday ^moon is Mayor Frank A. Dusch c uttlng the ribbon. Watching are City Manager W 
Russell Hat^ett and .Mrs. August H. Culpepper, President of the Cout3l of Garden Ouhs of 
Virginia Beach. (staff photo by Edwards) 




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%o0f Hall 



Flower Show 
Awards Listed 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
intangible element of progress 
was beautifully slmbolized widi 
the growing creations of nature 
plus the artistic talents from the 
membefi of the Cx)uncil of Gar- 
den Cliibs of Virginia Beach at 
the Third Annual Sjmng Flower 
Show held last Saturday and 
Sunday in Linkhorn Park Ele- 
mentary School."^ --^™" 

The Tribute to Progress in- 
terpreted with flowers opened at 
3 p.m. with the ribbon cutting 
by ; Mayor Frank A. Dusch. 
Hundreds of viewers enjoyed the 
two day show, and many re- 
turned Sunday eveding to see 
the silver awards presented. 

Winning arrangements were 
announced for Mrs. Sidney Kel- 
1am of Vkginia Beach Garden 
Club, the Tri^:olor Award Mrs. 
L. A. Shinn of Larkspur Mea- 
dows Garden Club, the Award 
(tf Distinction; Mrs. M. iackson 
of Bayshore, the Council of Gar- 
den Oul» q( Virginia Beach 
Awifd; Mrs. T3. B. BoyUn of 
Alanton, the Award of Merit; 
Mrs. J. W. Parrett of Lakeshore. 
the Sweepstakes .Award; Jo Anne 
Gotwald. Junior Achievement 
and Artistk; Award; Bonnie 
McGinn, Junior Achievement in 
Horticulture and Junior Sweep- 
s?takj3s Award; African Violet 
Sweepstakes, Mrs. C. L. Hersh- 
berger; and African iVolet Queen 
of Show, ^jlrs. C. W. Diggs. 

A Special Award was made 
to Frank Isreal and the Sea 
Shore State Park for their hor- 
ticulture displays on the stage. 



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PRTNCESS AJWE PLAZA— 
A Bake Sale will be held Satur- 
day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 
Miller's Department Store. Vir- 
ginia Death Blvd., and at Colon- 
ial Storf In the PltM Shopping 
Center. 

The Pliul Littte League Lad- 
ies Auxiliary will sponsor the 
sales. All proceeds will be us^ 
for t.iltta League equipment. 



SpHiig Sale Sat 

LONIXJN BRrOOE — The 
annual Soring Sale of ttie Poin^ 
O'Woods Garden Oub will be 
held Saturday tt Farmington 
Court in Point O'Wood*. 

IJrtusual hand-made g i. f t 
items, home l»ked ^Kxta, plants, 
white elephants, and odter in- 
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There's a wider selection • 
in Norfolk— more than 200 
apparel stores, plus many 
specialty shops. In fact, 
over 2,000 stores bring you 
the variety pnd selection 
that make^ Easter shop- 
ping a breeze! 

Drive up! Plenty of parking • 
is available. If you take the 
bus, there's a Shopping 
Information Booth in the 
Trail ways station. 

,. .'• ^otel Special — from now 
until April 17th, you can 
have the use of a hotel 
room from 8 AM to 8 PM, 
Including free parking at 
the hotel, for just $4.00. 
Overnight guests, room for 
two, only $4.00 per person. 
Write, call or wire for 
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BAY CCftJCH^ — The Bay 
Colony Ciailen Oub will hold 
Its monthly meeting at <he Prin- 
cess Anne Country Chib Wed- 
nesday at 12 fK)on. 

Ttw gucrt speaker will be Mrs. 
Gilbert Trtum whos^ topic will 
be "Herbs." 

The four categories for ex- 
hibits are: (1) "Spring Sym- 
phony" — Mass arraneemcrtt us- 
ing spring flowsrs; (2) "Essence 
of Beauty" — Oriental arranee- 
mem of fresh material; (3) "A 
Tisket, .A Tasket"— Arrange- 
ment in a basket, Easter theme, 
accessories permitted; and (4) 
Spsciman in season. 

This is tfie last meeting for 
members to complete the re- 
quired number of a,rrangcments 
for the year. Members may enter 
two arrangements this meeting 

to meet die requirement. 

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GLOUCESTER DAFFODIL 
SHOW SATURDAY tt^ 

GLOUCESTER- The annual 
Daffodil Show, sponsored by the 
Gartkn Club of Gloucester, will 
be held at Gtoucester High 
School on Saturday from 3 to 
9 p.m., and Sunday from noon 
to 5 p.m. 

Amateur growers are invited 
to display their blooms. Exhibits 
may be placed between 3:30 
p.m. and 9 p.m. on Friday and 
between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 
a.m. on Saturday. ' 

A commercial displav of hun- 
dreds of varieties will be ^own 
for next Spring's planting. View- 
tfic the beauty of the flowers 
will make the trip worth while. 



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Whtn newcomers move to 
town, our Hostess greets thenft, 
and extends a welcopie, with 
the personal messages of our 
friendly, ciyic-minded spon- 
sors. '• I . . . 

^mtCCMm GREEHNG 

Mn. Margiirtt Uwman 
NosiMs 



An ouisitanding array of pro- 
fessional entertainment hi^- 
lighted the Capes spcciul sched- 
uled lea dance Sunday uftcrnoon. 
The Latin American dances were 
really worth seeing — they were 
beautifully done. Orchestra con- 
ducted by Raul Martell was cer- 
tainly enjoyed both for listening 
and dancing before the floor 
ihow. 

Members and guests attend- 
ing were Mr. and Mrs. D. B. 
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Taylor, 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Bonney, 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kellam, 
Ml. and Mrs. Harold Shipp, 
Mayor Frank Dusch and Mrs. 
Duscb. 

The floor show over, dinner 
was served and the guests by 
this time were ready to eat. 
Other guests and members, Mr. 
and Mrs. Lloyd Burton, Mr. and 
Mrs. Jack Tatum, Mr. and Mrs. 
Walter Pool. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. 
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney 
Kellam and Mr. and Mrs. George 
Aldridge. 

The Bav Harbour club Fri- 
day night held'the annual Shrimp 
in Be5r buffet with reservations 
of 194 people. There were 235 
pounds of shrimp served. .Can 
you possibly i^naginc this many 
shrimp and all on one buffet 
table?. 

Some of those attending the 
buffet were Mr. and Mrs. Bill 
Nevins. Mr. and Mrs. . Charlie 
Kilev, ^r. and Mrs. * Colon 
Brothers,' Mr. and Mrs. Gene 
Mcekins, Mr. and Mrs. Strick- 



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Giglia, and Mr. and Mrs. Alter tasting them I have «ly 
Meagher. Mrs. Sooy, th# rnan-one suggestion to my readers— 
ager of the Bay Harbour Club. cook your shrimp next time in 
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VIRGINIA BEACH - — ©r, 
Karlis Leyasmeyer, noted lec- 
turer, editor, and educator, will 
be guest speaker at First Colonial 
Baptist Church, 929 First Colon- 
ial Road, April 4 through U, 
for the Spring Meeting on "The 
Churdi in an age of Crisis". 

Dr. Leyasmeyer, an authority 
on international Communism, 
was bom in Latvia in 1906. He 
lived in Russia and saw the Bol- 
shevist revolution in 1917 and 
subsequent events. Dr. Leyas- 
meyer escaped die Red firing 
squad and, fled to Germany 
where he was in a forced labor 
camp until liberation by Anier- 
ican forces. 

Services will begin each even- 
ing at 7:30 p.m. with both Sun- 
day Mornings services at 1 1 a.m. 
He will also be speaking in var- 
ious high schools and before ci- 
vic grou^. 

PLAZA cmc 

LEAGUE MEETS 

PLAZA — The Princess Anne 
Plaza Civic League will hold its 
regular meeting Tuesday in the 
Lym^aven 'Bemcrttary ffhod 
at 8 pm. 

J. J. Owens, Jr., administra- 
tive assistant superintendent of 
schools, will speak on the future 
of Virginia Beach schools. 

The latest developments in the 
Leagues efforts to obtain more 
recreation facilities for the area 
will also be discussed. 

All Plaza residents are in- 
vito to attend the meeting. 



Irft to right .Mrs. Du^ch, •^^av()r Dusch, Mrs. Sidney 
Kellam and Sidney Kellam at tlie ( a|K*s. 




I^ft to right R. Lee I^onniqf, Mrs. B.#. Hill; Frank Kdhon '^ 
and Mrs. A. T. Taylor a,t the Capes. .j,, . . , . 




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'Le'ft to right Mrs. Betty Burton, Mr. and Mrs. P. H.;|^y|f|J 
and Walter Pool. Mr« R. Lee Bonney standing in the ta^* 
Capes Sunday afternoon. ftTH*' 




Bay Harbour C,luh Joe Lagi^ia smoking thp pipe with his 
wife Jane seated next to him. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Nevins formerly 
with Clark Chevrolet facing you at the next table. 

(staff photos by Edwards)' 



VIRGINIA BEACH REPUBLICAN . 
cm COMMITTEE 

X VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINfA 

^ NOTICE 

In ^cordance with the Plan of Organization of 
the Republican Party of Virginia, there will be a mass 
meeting of qualified Republican voters of the City 
of Virainia B*»ach, Viralnia, at the Cavalier Ho+pI, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia on April 8, 1965 at 8:00 O'Clock 
P. AA. for the purpose of electing sixteen (16) Dele- 
qates and sixteen (16) Alternates to the State. Repub- 
lican Convention, and to nominate two (2) Candidates 
for the Virginia House of Delegates. 

All qualified voters under the laws of the State 
of Virginia, who are in accord with the principles of 
the Republican Party and who may express in ooen 
meeting, if requested, their intent to suoport all of 
it's nominees for public office in the^nsuinq election, 
may participate as members of the Republican party 
in this mass meeting^ 

Dan H. Hefiin, Jr. 
» Chairman 

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Plaza Hat Sale 

^ FiRINCESS ANNE PLAZA— 
The Women Society of Oiristuui 
Serv&e of the Princess Ame 
Plaza Methodist Church is bolAr 
ing a hat sale at the church, 20S 
Plaza Trail, on Friday and S(M- 
urdSy. 

The houfis on Fricky are from 
7 to 9 p.m., and on Saturday 
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Ihi hats are from My Hat 
Shoppe and feature the lat@t in 
fashion. 

Coffee will be sen%d. The 
public is invited. 

SPRING DANCE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — tka 
annual Spring Dance of tfte Su- 
nior Woman's Qub of Bapi^ 
will be held on Saturday ei^ni^ 
at the Cavalier Beach and Oi-, 
banna Club. 

Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. 
to the music of the "Lmip- 
liters." 

Mrs. R. A. Anwld, w» 
president, is chairman hi tktfs^ 
of die affair which wiU atoo fr 
elude Ae honoring of ptst p«d- 
dents. 



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A Sj^eiai Caitiiti0lidaiioii 



k ^ i rari thing when a newspaper and udlawful mode of pleasure. 
ftn^ ft nedkis^ry to call attention to ffM Last week the Virginia Beach Sun, at the 

qsefa^ion ol a pdke department, and even request of police officials, printed the 

rar# t«fei ori*, fltK^s It important to com- ntmis of the nearly ninety persons arrest- 

miMi i police c^arfment for perf(M-marKe ed In tN raid. By printing the names, a 

of diifV- 6w^ we reel that we have found matter of public record, we have been 

such a case that fits both categories. We credited with causing the termination 'of 

hereby bestow upon the Virginia Beadi employment of one or two of those per- 

Mmk Omp&r^fmtl a ^>eciat commenciation 9ons. Although it should be obvious, let 

for I ^ well ifehe. We publicly cdmmehd u* emphasize that those arrested caused 



TILL ME 




1^6 rrtlftjfeTHftTOUft SUM IS ^ 



tf^ c^>arfit»nt and Its Indlvlwial crfflows 
for the raid made upon the "dliorc^ly 
house" Sunday a we^, agd. 

TIn» cy^rattdn oi such an establishment 
is i# ^ #^ b«st invest! of Vfginia 
ftei^- iti 'i^ existimd! ts uncteslrabte 
anybMiere, eWd partteollrlf here, wherfe w# 
•re all strMr^g to build and maintain a 
p«ibllc ifnagi seccmd to nor^. We lu^ to 
<kt^f^ "cwim <^ ^ m^" to our sf»'awl- 
ing. ^ty, lAi^h tourists aHd permanent resi- 
c^t. Arid ^e are grateful fe the poiiai 
d^ijMnerit ^ breaking up an undesirable 



their own employment termination by tak 
ing part in an unlawful operation. We 
mertiy printed the news of those arrests. 

W% hc^ it will never be necessary for 
us tb print such a story again. That^is n6t 
Up to us. That is up to the certain members 
of general public, whom we suggest think 
twice before frequerrting an unlawful qae- 
ratbn. '* ..^ . ■ . 

%Ki\, In the meantime, we again conf\- 
mend thi Virginia Beelch Police Depart- 
ment ^ doing away with the "disorderly 
hduife" j^d for the mass arrest of those 
who fcwbfce the law. ™ 





Th« Tax Of Last Resort - - Part Two - 

^rm Mw* week when we diKussed the In discussing a general statewicki safes 
fm^^^^M^ ^ oent ^lls tax for the tax, there are three basic questions that 
City tf^l^iiill Tl l feh , aM ^^ ^^ally must be answered. What percentage will it 



the ^^^^ty di S gfatev^lde sates tax, 
ll^^^^^ siwmji to f^ve grown in pc^u- 
larltf . A ^Mirwhito Ni^ Is Mtf^ dli^ssed 
more and ff»re MM#^ <»y in an eveHbri^M^ 
enirW cirefe of fN»e closest td ^. it Is t^r 
opirwsH ^^ the nxat opportutii^ time for 
tfW pMcMM of a stiite tak v^uld have 
be^ % |il V¥bA ^ion of the Virginia 
Ger^i^W%ty. m firmly believe that 
the tWftmllte which ri^used to allow the 
b^:^4iwM^1o tfNi House of Delegates floor 
i^#p itirte and the Ipcalities a great dis- January to vote in a bill that will ^Ive them 



bet V0iat percentage will be returned to 
the localities? What will be taxed and ex- 
€H>ded? In our opinion the localities which 
(w^e already enacted local sales taxes have 
helped answer these questions, and have 
thereby forted restricttons on the state. 
When fhe state levy comes, it will almost 
certainly have to be three percent. Most 
of tfiele Idealities have a two percent tax, 
and/ Is ^ pointed out last week, our 
slaWri are not going to Richmond in 



Left Net Cry ^mi SpHM MHtl 

The Stat© Milk Commission has recently suggest that Virgirtia $each join with its 

celebrated its 31st birthday. When it was sister cities in a thoughtful, forceful, and- 

established in 1934, it was praised by careful examination of the inner workings 

many as a great reform. _ The legi|la|lon of the price-fixing body. This, can only he 

creating the omnipotent (^>mmissiOfi'^was accomplished on an al'ea-wide basis. We 

passed and sent to the Governor all in one would futher suggest that sudi a compre- 

day. The legislation was once declared hensive analysis coWd best be made by 

unconstitutional, then that decision was the area-wide comTnlttee on cooperation 

reversed. In the past years, the Act has set up. specifically to deal with problems 

bisen stfengthehed and clarified Several -©f ^Is kiWd.'Antf the time is now for the 

tim«. During the hard years of the early group to establish a special subcommittee 

30's, price cutting was so outlandish that to delve into the situation. Their findings 

something was absolutely necessary to es- could at least inform the public of the gcxxl 

tablish price controls. The state Milk Com- and bad, and could thdn recommend a 

mission was the ^nswer. Since that time, solution to what is becoming a murky 

the Cgmihlil^Jri ahd its commissioners problem. Before any public hearing is held, 



have tfteff fNl $Wj^ of many attacks, 
both ISgal ina Jdlijical, but both have 
managed t8 c^Hi out on top of the situa- 
tk>n. Sb itfadji i^ hot new, just the loca- 
tion of the attacks. In recent years. Nor- 
thern Virginia residents held a public 



the smaller group could decide if there it 
too rpuch power vested in fl^e Commission. 
Therfe'are those who say fhis Is true. There 
are also those who tell us that the Gom- 
missibn was set up as a temporary meas- 
ure tp alleviate an alarming situation. A 



Kn im mwiths that have followed that 
l^i^M ymiiaprs, ^verat cities arKl'one 
couWty J^ ii^ ^ jl^ #<#hs«*tveS tp 
ad^ ^tt* W^ 1^^ iaxM, as a tax oi 
last >*Wrt. WW J»^W't Jny other 
pl^ ^ p^, W ^ m^ M thinking. 

^. it mm fpit 

% ^Mi §i fllwd that the state ^e- 

\mm m^ years a^. There 

"' "* ^mm m such iocall- 

"H^WI. tnis suf^estfon 

FH, M m luiiiif that per- 





less money than a local bill. Therefore, it 
would appear that tftese same localities 
will be willing to accept no less than two 
per cent ffeturn from the state. Two ques- 
tions answered. The third question has only 
bftan f^rfly answ^-ed. The items taxable 
^ exclutled vary from locality to locality, 
iiTlKSii^ most 6Te agreed on the major 

, „„, lliWi. jr^ General Assembly will in its 

f i^^ 1^1^ fntjhite \^lsdom have to work out a work- 
hti ^ «U^ ^ PW^' arid If it doesn't woric, revise it 
It 3ie Idcall- ^ri f^yfeirs. It won't be the first time that 
has nl|^p4sned. 

Wd\^, as to when the statewide tax will 
cdWie Ihfd being, we feel reasonably sure 
the he^ Session of the legislature will cuss 
and diihiss the bill, then pass it. The 



hearlhg to get rid of the Commission, but total of 31 years hardly seems temporary, 

ihe Commission wouldn't go away. Even- If ^il^\*ere up to us to clecide at this 

tya'ly the Federal goyernmept took over rnomfnt whether the*J[a^ Milk Commls- 

there. Still pending is the outoDme of the sion wer6 to be ousted wm Virgrhia Beach, 

most recent attack In Front Royal and War- v^e would have to say we just are not sure, 

ren County. Grocer Robert Trumbo w^S THIs Is why we suggest the area-wide 

quite sour on the raising of milk prices. He study.. Let's bring the issue completely into 

made statewide and national headlines, but fhe d^en and see what is goin^ on. The 

had to back down in his efforts. Now Tide- odcfe are that the Commission could be in 

water is voicing the rumblings of a new serious trouble in Tidewater, but we can't 



attack 

It is not our purpose to jdih the attack.' 
That ma> come, later, however. But v\(e dp 
agree that the Commissioh i^ay have quf- 
llvedits usefulness In this area. We wop Id 



be certain. Let's stop crying over spilt milk. 
Let's pi/t milk in its proper perspective and 
make a cArfeful examination of one of the 
mpst jaoweHul units In Virginia. 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH OPEN FORUM 



Often 4iri}«, life's daily ex- one of our local elmrtli 
perienca ar* so rich in content 



N^ the General Assembly should have change of attitude of those in authority is 



had the forsight in its deliberations to beat 
the bcallties to the draw. We suggest that 
^Q&imtim and the state adrainistratlon 
should \sssfe forseen the course of events 
that has taken place since 1 964, and should 
have sanctioned a sales tax bill. This Is 
easy lor us to suggest In retrospect; how- 
irvw we do believe the job of preparing 
^i passlr^ a general sales iam bill in 1 966 
♦rtW be rwjre difficult than It would have 
♦^6 years befcN-e. 



evident. Public sentiment is almost de- 
manding it. And farsighted localities, sUch 
as Virginia Beach, have pointed out the 
way. There has beefi no "ground swell" 
of public opinion against the tax at Vir- 
ginia Beach. There will be no similar 
opinion against the statewide levy. It's 
simply up to the present Governor, the 
yet to be elected Governor and the elect- 
ed officials of the State to make the best 
of the situattofl and enact the best possible 
tax of last resort. 



ItoWNMl All iefltM, Man teifs Police 



V^GWIA MACH -^ A 
2a-y^MM NrtJtteutfi nran 
t^ Vv^fua Blidi Police he 
wai* nmmmuA beaten by thr^ 

n 1^ IsxA hinrlpj s^luded 

mm 

Edward Yartwoiu^ 
«;« he met the.ihrM ine^ 

rfolk bar and Mt with 
a oar with i^ tu^- 
they were ^m^ t9 a 
Beach home or ^b> 




^e main r<xid and bedt Uioi 
aboul (be i^ad uid body, Yar-' 
brough reported. 

J He said tbey robbed hini of 
cash and clothing, totaling about 
$540. This included a $460 dia- 
nwnd rinfe ^esaid. 



Yarl»6ugh J^ve po&e a de- 
scriptwn of the three men end 
the Norfolk Police Department 
were, also notified. 
. Officer W. D. Hadeh resjxnid- 
ed alid Detective A. R. N<^es 
is investigating. 



that they supply the determiniftg 
factors that help us. improve on 
our yvay of Kfc. 

Being engaged 1k education 
throughout my whole adult life, 
ray greatest concern is human 
behavior. I have my own behav- 
ior pattern to study, and find it 
iKce%ary,to make constant ad- 
justments. 

In ray area cT activity, human 
problems represent my first or- 
der of busihess. My second dr- 
4er s>l business is to <k) my b^ 
to suggest a tried and tested re- 
medial program designed to best 
s<^fe the problem existing in any 
smktion. 

j|f bmaa belr^ , seem yefy 
a(^ a^ freatiiig tHeir own prpb- 
ieiM; biH oftah ti^es sHow iktJe 
ern^^ 4opyi !»? vcntivc ffleM- 
~ and corrective ffitlipiK^s. 
bly the most perpllii^ 
em of jQ(fria|^ e the* 
ined relatiotis between adult 
^fcnd youth. 

M. my h<«e$c jadgtrtciit, this 
big problem has b«f a ^|^t^4 ^ 
t» idult life of oiir nation. Par- 
enai oegieet to sad to H tNM 
t«l|ungry spirit i)f tm^m i*? 
cir^ its proper fK>urishme!A 
c^bnly ^m in ail tittdatfioOf- 

iswa cMrac^, 

\tM me present a short word 
pidjare of a vei^ ie6i!|tiy bb- 
s^ltd "charactet bHildini ex^, 
eri»^" I stood at the front, in 



iM VISITS fi»JUHMl0YHm^ 

VfROINlA BEACH — l^rs. across the coiinfty tor tfic past 
Ella Witfieid of ^i^ iWil**® ♦'Cela- 
^eet was pieawntly surprised They Iftfl their hotne in Los 
I«t week wiA 4^ luexpe^ed Angeles driving a car which they 
^ival ^f her griMMJson, , Qlen delivered to a ser<'iceman in Ala- 
^1^, ^ his friend, ilenry ! Irama. The rest of the advenAre- 
^wk, wm bdd been irdveliijig some trip u'a» made by "thumb". 




ih The News 

J&m^ i, 3nnth. s^iit df Ui. 

"" ' bw.W 
road, 
to airman 



aiH Mrs. Woodrbw W. Smirti of 
4P; Wiichduclc road, has b^' 




first class' 
Force at 



atidl- 
toriums, ^kl^ irit iHe fkes 
f boys and girls and their par- 
ents. This was a |f0^p of church 
school youth, .affirttlirig their 
faith in their God — between 
forty and iiAj of tbdih. They 
were being , atfeeptfcd as fitU- 
fledged mefl^s of their fchutcn. 
These youthWI fices were tim- 
ing with iitisfactibn, hkvlita 
been fed on the spltHiiil fdbd 
for their spiritual beings. 

I am fu^ convinced that the 
parent who Wift* to supffly the 
spiritual experiences so extre- 
mely necessary in early child- 



hood is creating home and so- 
cial prpbfeinf saturated ^ith dis- 
respectful attitudes. "As the an- 
imal panteth for the waterfall, 
so panteth the spirit for thee, O 
God." 

Ed. L. Applegate, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

— ^ y^ .^ 

Once again may f say thank 
yofi to lyqiP'and your staff for 
tht support ypu all give iis e;*ch 
yskr for. uf annual dog snow. 
We appreciate if greatly. 
Cordially ' 
(Mrs.) Astrid Walsh 
Show Chairman 



PROCLAMATION 



ltm"H ■»»* 



WHEkft^S, there are more than l,3ob,oy Americans alive 
today cured of fcancer, and 

WHEREAS, despite ptbpess made, some 2^5,000 will die ol 

cincer this year and there will be 550,000 new cases diagnosed, ahd 

^. WHEREAS, 6,000 of these deaths from cancer will occur \p 

VlMinia^and 10,000 of the new cases will be 4iagnosed in Virginia, 

WHEREAS, half of those who develop cancer today could 6c 
iavfd t^4^|eariy diagnosis and prompt and proper Usatment and 
'J WlteRtAS, tfjc Vir|inia Divlston of tho American Cancer 
Society during A^til will cafry on a "Tell Your Neighbor" Crusade 
mifh wlim^^K supplying neighbors with life-saving pamphlets 
4»ut eate, kni 

WftBREAS, expandod research offers the prospect of new 
cures ^ ^1 hope of future prevention, and* 

\\|iBR$AS, increased voli|ritary contributions to the Ameri- 
can Cancer Society are needed to help save more lives today afid 
hf rp lite iwospect of eventually saving alllives from cancer, there- 

^"* ii i 

.^ ^ m IT RESOLVED, thM every citizen of the State be urg^ 
to observe and participate in Caneet tonttol Mbnth, through sup- 
port oi th? American Caac^ Society Crusade and by foIlowiri| 
the mc^ge you will, receive from "your "Tell Your Neighbor" 
yOlw^eh 1 

Done under my hand this 25th day 
of March, in the year oT our Lord, 
Onl titousand Nine Huhdreci ain 
Sixty-Five ' ^ 

LS^tfMnk A. Dus^ 
Mayor 



MIRSTilELS 

HOUSINfi 
eNTERTMNMEIIT 

The oft-lanrdtfd disap^M. 
ance of classtt Alnerican eiftw- 
tainmcnt is wiflKJut foui^lttop 
for Virginia Beach resWtrtW at 
once again the, Prlnceii Akne 
Ruritaiw present tfie mmnl re- 
vival of the Original Amarican 
Minstrel Show. 

Mr. Interlocutor, the ril stir 
endmen, dancers, singers, spe- 
cialty acts, jokes, arc all a part 
of the rousing good time had by 
all the participants as well as 
the appreciative audience at 
Princess Agie High school last 
weekend, and which will appear 
twice more — tomorrow and 
Saturday ni^ts with curtain 
time at 8 p.m. 

When the endmen come dash- 
ing down the aisles, shaking their 
tambourines and voicing in song 
and wafaoops the beginning of 
the show, it is a certainty that 
it will l>e a fast-moving night of 
excelleirt entertainment 

"'Ool." H. W. Cunniiigham 
performed as Mr. Interlocutor 
and he kept the performers on 
their toes, both as part of their 
acts or in introducing the star 
spots. 

Seemii^ly havii(* the mort 
fun of all were the all-star end- 
men John McEall, Joe White, 
Murray Malbon. Frank MaJbon, 
Charies Cashman, John Skill- 
man, Jim . Moody, Ralph Me- 
MarfcOi Dick Lowry, and Les 
Lam. Their colorful costumes, 
funny stories, and singing chorw 
were presented with joyful 
abandon. 

The Dancing Dingc^jf tfeft- 
dies as the Showboat Dancers 
executed intricate steps with pre- 
cision, and the fluoresce!^ trim- 
mings to their costume and 
props created fascinating paft- 
terns on the darkened stage. The 
high-steppers are O. C. Dardcn. 
Paul Dunn, Wilson Johnson, 
Bob Lohr, Harry Moyer, Gus 
iRkanto, Tom Sawyer, Jr.^ and 
Jimmy Simmons. 

No minstrel show would be 
compleite wiUK»it isiome fancy 
banjo strumming and pickii^, 
and the "King of the Banjo", 
Ira Jacoway, has no equal. His 
banjo medleys were a high point 
in the show. And the violin vir- 
tuoso, Carroll Trant, fiddled 
sgme- fine melodies. 
' Another favorite, the Great 
Tombstone (John Skillman), per- 
formed amusing feats of magic in 
a delightfully bewildering man- 
ner. 

Barbershop Harmony by the 
Ruritones Quartet-^Ben Mc- 
Cleskey, BiH Covinaton, Roy 
Bonney, and Sanfora Moore — 
brought the relaxing mood music 
of old favorites. 

Swinging Dixieland Sounds 
from the Chesapeake Bay Bear- 
cats rocked the rafters with their 
snappy music. The merry music- 
makers of the band are Al Mor- 
ris, trombone; Ronnie Hallman, 
trumpet; "Bonos" Garrison.; 
bass; Harry Hunt, drums; Jim 
Rothermd, clarinet; Clark 
Graves, piano; and joined by 
David Muggleworth with the 
rhythm banjo. 

Dramatic skits by the award 
winning Ruritan Players — iRad- 
cliff Ashworth, A. A. Boothe, 
Jr., Dan Townes, and Paul Sut- 
ton — kept the audience in 
stitches with their off-beat hu- 
mor. 

And without the Ruritan Min- 
strel Chorus to back them up, 
with background singing and en- 
thusiastic appreciation, much of 
the spirit of a true minstrel show 
would be lost. 

— Doris Padrick . 



HOTEL MAi HURT 

GREAT NECK — Virginia 
Beach motel operator Richard 
L. Strohkorb. 41, was injured In 
a 2-car collision Monday night 
on Great Neck Road just south 
of River Road. 

Patrolinan Joseph Vitale said 
the acci(fent took place aboiit 
8:13 p.m. when Strohkorb stop- 
ped in the. left traffic lane to lit 
a car in front of him make a 
left turn. 

While Strohkorb was stopped, 
a car driven by Wilbur R. Pat^* 
son, 33, of 1400 Ashley Drive 
struck him in the, rear, causing 
a whiplash injury to Strohkorb's 
neck, Vitale said. 

Patterson told -thfe ctfficer his 
brakes were wet and ^ye awny 
as he tried to stop. Y*Mt /«- 
ported that Patterson was fol- 
lowing too close and placed that 
charge against him 




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V; Hope 
MM KLM 



. BAySIDE — VemoB 
|^a|% ©» ym-knowft 

Wen on oia*, n^^u Ame 
Cmmt, died W^pnjt 7:20 
a.m. at a 4ivMk MMM, - 

Ite iidd ftii mM Ikoti ttU 
\m ^tm Iffit (MbliiHed "Old 
Houses in Princess Anne, Va." 
in 1931. It widi so well receive 
in this a»s and tfutm^out the 
state that it required • ie«)nd 
printing tai 1958. 

A Mfti^ of Princeu Ann« 
County, he was a son of the Jate 
Abel E. and Mrs. Rilth Venoa 
Hope Kellam. He wn a ptd' 
uate of Randolph-Mi»tm Ccri- 
lege awl the University of Vir- 
ginia Law School. 

He was the oid^t prac^ing 
attorney in Norfolk, having 
started his practice upon gradu- 
ation in 1905, and was a mem- 
ber of dw Norfolk, PcntsoKwA 
and Virginia Bar Associations. 
He residbd at 1608 S^enstcme 
Court. 

SurviviiK besides his widow, 
are nine brofliers: H«bert S.,i 
James H., Sidney S., Frank W., 
Edwin C, Richard B., Robert 
W., Harold D, and WiUiam P. 
Kellam, all of Virginm Bea<^ 

Funeral services will be held 
it H- D. Oliver Funeral Apajt- 
m^ots in Norfolk Friday at 11 
a.hi. by the Rev. Beverly D. 
Tucker, Jr., of Old Donation 
Episcopal Church. Burial will 
be in the Rappahannock Chris- 
ian Church Cemetery, Dunns- 
ville, Va. ' '. '■ 



Cooke PTA Moit 



VIRGINIA BEACH — W. 
T. Cooke School P-TA will 
meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. with 
an "Open House" for die par- 
ents as a special event. 

Grady Whicer, a^starit to 
the President of Old I!)ominioB 
College, will be the guest 
speal^r. * 



no; 



hSTORICAl SOCIETY 
>F PRINCESS ATMf 

Itorir hriefs about the area 
known as Virgima Beach. 



Dunng Historic Garden Week 
one of Virginia Beach's oMest 
homes will be open. Called the 
Weblin House because John 
Weblin and his wife lived diere 
before 1671, it is of Flemish 
and English bond. The property 
was inherited by the Weblins 
from her father, the wealthy and 
influential Thomas Lambert. The 
emigrant, Thomas Lambert, 
as Lambert's Point. He was a 
owned much property, including 
the part of Norfolk now known 
Lt. Colonel in the militia, a 
Jlistice of the County Court and 
a warden of Lynnhaven Church. 
At his dekth the husband's of 
his four daughters were co-heirs 
of his property: George Fowler, 
Henry Snaile, Richard Drout 
and John Weblin. Weblin's por- 
tion was "that part wherehi he 
now / lives, with one half of 
wcodland",-and is situated near 
Little Creek. The massive chim- 
ney is nearly identical to the one 
at Thoroughgpod House. (Data 
taken from Old Houses in Prin- 
cess Anne, by V. Hope and 
Sadie Scott Kellam.) , 




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fdr Ww. Maiel 

tW! MnilUy hi \ht Silnide 
♦idmc by the Rev. 
G. SuBimcrs of St. 
NkMUlis CathMic Chutch. 

Mm, KfaConnack l»d bcea 
niliinf freih her honie M S6^ 
HMCta Cirtle and was found 
Satt^^y ^l^ttQttt floaltnf m 
Um LyimhavM River. 

^ ilMyt 9( Orand Junctk>a, 
TiMd., ^ #ia a dau|^^ <rf 
E. W. ahd Mra. Clara Cox 
Apwn v^ tfie widow of Fran- 
ce A. ^icCpnnM;k. She lived 
in Vlrllnia Beach eight monebs. 

I&e is aiiryivedi}y two daugh- 
ttmi M». Htrian H. Boyles of 
VkgnM Beach, and M»a N^- 
pfl« F. McCc»niack o: New Or- 
lm»; a sister Mn. W. M. Mur- 
^ ci Bmoo Rouge, La.; • 



bit>ttier, E. W. Bnmn of New 
Iberia, La.; and fmir grand- 
chtidren. i»^ 

Burial witi be I'n Vltksburg, 
Mias. 

^rMX I. (MitR 

THOROUOHOOCro — Mer- 
rill J. «)^, 8t, of 4429 Chand- 
ler Laril, a retired Norfolk edu- 
cator, died W^bn^iky at 4:45 
a.in. in a N<^Ik hospital after 
illness of two weeks. 

A native of Fort Edward, 
N.Y., he lived in this area 53 
ycara. He was the husband of 
the late Mrs. Ansa Hillea C^r. 
His parents were Joseph M. and 
Mrs. Alma Gates CM)er. 

He retired in 1945 after hav- 
ing been principal of James 
Rfonroe Elementary School, 
Norfolk, 20 years. Before that 
he was principal of Henry Clay 
Elementary, Norfolk, and Pren- 



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with easy payments. 
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ta}ees - auto - furniture. 

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tis Park Eleinctrtary, Ports- 
mouth. ^ 

He attended Colgate ITnlvCT- 
sity and was graduated hi 190P 
from the University <^ Mtchipm. 

Hi was i member <rf VM 
Gamnw DeU% Fralsrnlt^ and Na- 
tional Educatbn Asso(;iat)On and 
a pait president of Dislrtef I of 
Virginia BlIikMioa A^iatioii. 
He aho wis a meinber of •I'lrst 
Christian Church, Disd|Jles, and 
a cHtfier menlbff <rf Larchmont 
Baptist Church. He was ont of 
the of^anizers of Torch Chib.. 

Surviving are a dau^ter, Miss 
Maf^orle B. Ober of Richmond; 
two sons, LeiRoy Ober of Vir- 
ginia Beach and Dr. Vincent 
Ob$i of Norfolk; and three 
gn^Hkhildren. 

A funtral service was con- 
ducted in Ck)x Funeral Home by 
Dr. Stuart Wake of First Christ- 
ian Church, Disciplra. Burial 
was in Foteat Lawn Cemetery. 

GEORGE it Gt£^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 
George Raymond Guess, 60, of 
3582 Piedmont Circle, formw 
Norfolk polJMman who was 
awarded a medal for rescuing a 
drowning man, died here Thurs- 
day at 4:45 p.m. 

A native of Norfolk, he lived 
there most of his life. 

He was a patrolman with the 
Polfce Division ei^ years dur- 



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The dU U.S. Naval K^pifal at Portsmouth was n- 
fiHMiilid in 1907. 

. . . Then H. D. Oliver had been serving Tidewater for 

42 years. 

Orjjphially buih in 18^, the Portsmouth Naval llospital 
was t^ie largest, fin)est and most famous institutions of its 
kind. In 1907, it was enlarged atid remodeled to better serve 
the "men who w'ent down to the sea in ships". l|i ^907, H. D. 
CMiver also served Tidewater, offering the experience of 42 
y^rs in handling the coniniunity's burial and funeral services. 
Now idOy^rs experience -^acks H. D. Oliver's services. You 
can be assured tlwt a competent, ex{ierien(*d staff will handle 
ev^y di^l in the two modern facilities, iiicluding tlie newest 
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ing the ear^ 193{h. He rjsctKd 
a, man from the Eastern Braitch 
of the Elizabeth River. 

He was a son of the late Jt^ 
A, and Mrs. Lillian Deans 
Guess. j^ 

Survivors iiieliKle a son, How- 
ai^ GucM of Norrl^wn. N.J.; 
a dAt^ghter, Mrs. James Williams 
Of r^wport News; and two 
brothers, Peft:y Ray Guess of 
Virginia Beach and Lytrwood C. 
Guess of NorfcHfc. 

A funeral service wfts cdn- 
ducted Saturday in H. D. Oliver 
Funeral Apartments, Norfolk, by 
the Rev. Wifliain Parks of Ches- 
terfield Heights Methodist 
Church. Burial was in For^ 
Lawn Cemetery. 

HERMAN J JEFFREYS 

VIRGINIA BEACH -^ Her- 
man John Jeffreys, 62, of 620 
Aragona Blvd. died in a hospital 
Wednesday at 2:15 p.m. 

A native of East St. Louis, 111., 
he lived here four years. He was 
the husband of Mrs. Evelyn 
Dunn Jeffreys. His parents were 
John and Mrs. Elizabeth Eckcrt 
Jeffreys. 

He was a retired clerk of 
Southern Railroad. He was a 
member of Prince of Peace Lu- 
theran Church and Southern 
Lodge 1510 of Brotherhood of 
Railway and Steamship Clerks. 

Besides his widow, surviving 
is a son, Richard Earl Jfffreys 
Sr. of Virginia Beach. r;r 

The »ody was taken from 
Simiele FuMral Home to Prince 
of I^ace Lutheran Chureh for a 
funeral service Sunday by tlw 
Rev. J. Ehner Medley. Burial 
was in Wowllawn Memorial 
Gardens, Norfolk. 

ibifcra t. ctrrtnifeLi 

VlRGmiA BEACH — Jo- 
seph Colian Cuthrell, 66, i^tired 
surveyor of ^ Norfolk Corps 
of Army Eiigineers, died Sunday 
at 8:30 a.m. in his !ion» a4 
Blackw^lsr. 

A native of Fairfield, N.C., he 
w^s a son of Seth Thomas and 
Mrs. Nancy Harris CuthreU and 
the husband of the late Mrs. 
Gertie brothers Cutlirell. 

He was « member of Hickory 
Methodist Church fnd lived in 
the Blackwater area 45 yeSrs. 

Suryivuu ire a sister. Mi's 
Luther Harris of Virgii^ 
Be^ch, and four brcKher?, H^r- 
6ert Cuthrell of Belhaven, N.C., 
wd Bennie CaArel!, T. Lee 
Cuthrell aiid Morj^ CirthreM 
of Cbssit^ake. 

A iMtTii SCTviee wii tm- 
tudtcd V^^nfesAy iii GrJtfnBn 
^uncral H o,m fc, Chesap^dce. 
Burial was in Riverskte Mem- 
orial Park. 



^ffltS. JULIA S. HYERS 

vmOlNIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Julia Schiu;UKjfoffd Hyeio, 63, 
of 4712 ^livan Blvd., widow of 
Edward E.^ Hyen and daughter 
of Mrs. EHes Bonnev^U ShsK^k-- 
elford ami the tate John R. 
ShackdfOTd, died in her home 
Sattirday at 8 a.m, 

A native <^ Mathews County, 
jhc liv^ in the Norfolk-Virginia 
3each area 40 years. She was a 
member of Fairmount Park 
Fi%ewill Baptist Church and a 
retired practical nurse. 



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NARbWAflgF&UtLDiNG MAtENiALS 
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Besidei h^ ihotHtt, she is 
survived b;^ a dauptM*. Mbs. 
Carice Young m V^giqte 
deach; thr^ sisters, Mrt n^ H. 
Bonney, Nlitt p. V. feaekel^ 
ford and Mn. B. L. Lya6h pi 
Norfoll; three teothirs, J. R, 
Shackelford and ^rry C. I^ack- 
elford of Norfolk and B. W. 
Shackelford of JKksonville, l^la.; 
and four grandchllf^en. 

The body was taken from Hol- 
lomon-Brown Funeral Home to 
Fairmount Park Preewill BtfMll^ 
Church for a funeral sefviM 
Tuesday conducted by the Itev. 
Ralfrit Statffl. BuriM wm JK 
Forest Lawn Cemeftery. 

MRS. ANNIE H. MTATt 

LYNNHAVBN — Mn. An- 
aie Hogge Myatt, 81, of 3129 
Little Haven Road cHed in a 
^^1 SMurday at 1 a.m. after 
a threeKtay illness. 

A native of Matthews County, 
she lived io the Norfolk area 
most of her life. She was the 
wiife of Thomas M. Myatt, A 
member of Miles Memorial 
Methodist Churchy Mid aj^ 
president of Sixty-Plus Oub. 
Survivyig, besides Ikt husf^Ad, 
arc a daughter, Mra. G. Howard 
Blair of Virginia Beach; 4 sbii, 
Thomas M. Myatt it^M.^f^, 
Orleans; five grandchffiMft;^ 
great-graodchildrea awl a g^- 
gr^t-gnuKk^ld. \j 

A funeral service was UMT 
in Cot Fffiieral Honie M<Hi4iy 
by the Rev. <>ear Rochr^s of 
Lynnhaven Methodist Chwch 
and the Rev. Ffeivy HarreB, WK' 
tired Mediodist minister. mm\ 
w» in ForeM Lawn CemeMft^ " 
^b 

TliiitAN w. joneI^ 

THALtA — TiMman W. 
Jones, 69, of J43 1 Gum A 
owner and opera^ of T 
Jonei A Sold, ailtonK^He def- 
ers, died in a NoTfoll hd^itri 
Sunday at 6:15 a.m. 

He was the husband ftf Mi|. 
Floy C. Jones and a *on pf T. 
Ki and Mrs. Ann4 (,. Jones. 

A native of Franklin, RC, 
He lived in the Norfolk, a^ Vk- 
giaa Beadi area 41 ^ao^, , 

H$ was a otem^ el Mc^^ 
Church of Christ Scienttfi cf 
viosifitL He was, an Army vf^sm, 
oi WofW War I wid wasai^- 
mI the Purpk Heart. 

He attendi^ A. A fi. Cf^0 
m ftaleiih, N.C., ari4 wc#ed 
wi^h Norfolk Packing C&, * 
1925 to 1935, befort ^ 
the automobile busings in, 1; 
Me operated his busiii^s at 
Park Ave., Norfolk, 29 yeah.^' 

Besides his widow, he is iW- 
•vived by three daiigjitcrs, >^« 
Anne Lee Coffield, Mrs. C^, . 
aldine M. Price and Mrs. J^te^ 
Jean Thomas of Virginia BeSiRn 
tibrec sons. Kenheth ^. Jon« 
2ub4 Trllman W. Jones Jr. <rf ^- - 
ginia Be^h jand Guirrt;H T^l 
Jcines of St. Thohias, Virgii |i^.. 
lands:^ a foster son, J. L. Kl^a-.^ 
er of Virginia ^ach; two sislei^ ,J 
Mrs. Dora J. Talent and Mrs.*. 
Qllie J. Sutton, and two Iwotteri,' 
Ludie A. Jones and Fred' R: * 
Jones, all of Fraddih; mi t6y, 
erandchUdren. 

A f uncrid scrywc was ^- . 
ducted in HollofmJii-tirowi! f\f 
neral Home Tuesday. Burial was ' 
in Forwt Lawn Cemetery. 

FLOYD O. ELLWrr Sfc " 

PRINCESS ANNE PLA!^— V 
Floyd O'Dell EUibtt Sr., 4Q» <it ' 
3453 Silina Drive, died tett '> 
Tti^ay m his home. 

A native of Marion, Va., he 
lived in this,krea 21 years. JHfe - 
was a merctber of Amalgama&d 
transit Uiiioii Lbcal 1 177 ahd 
Norfolk YMCA. He drove a m 
for Vlrgiiiia Tfailsk Co. * 

He w«s a son of John Floyd 
and Mrs. Revina Mumpower El- 
liott of Marion. He was the hus- 
band erf Mrs. Jam H<vne EUiott. 




Brides his patents and 
surviving are a daughter, Mws 
Marie Ann Ellioti of Norfolk; 
two sons, Ployd CyDell W^ 
Jr. and David Chyton Elliott i)l 
Vinginia, Beach; five siMcrs, Mn. 
Ruii Walters and Mrs. WHty 
Kello of Norfolk. Mrs. Ifaa# 
Hill of Grcencasttc, Wd., Mrs. 
Ottice Heinz of Miami and Mrs. 
Joan Hixenl»um of Wrfc, 
France; and a brother, JToha El- 
liott Jr. of ChillKwie, Va. 
. A funeral ^rvi<» was *6n- 
ducted Friday in Simiele Fiin^ 
llpaje try fte A«Y.. *|^ 
Htoghes of PriiKsess A^ fm^ 
gaptist OiurcAu Burial Wtk 
WtM&wh MoniMM 
Norfoik. 



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Vll^t«A 6tAO^ SUN, thursday, A^ill J965 



• llOALNOnCES 



, NOTICE or 

HWJC HEARING 
Hit CoMKi of tke CHy of 
VhgUb Bcidi will hold atHrii- 
lie kiMiiic Ml MMMby. iptH 
12, 1HS at I lOHW ajn. al dw 
OolR^MWJW, aty llall <mi iMr 
ffrfkmii^ proposed ordin«ice 
tmi tax Iei7. 

CMUMNANCE NO. 132 
AN ORDINANCE IMPOS- 
ING AND LEVYING A RE- 
TAIL SALES AND USE TAX 
FORM JUNE 1, 1965 TO 
JUNE 30, 1965, DOTH INCLU- 
SIVE. AND EVKIY FISCAL 
YEAR THEREAFTER, 
UNLESS OTHERWISE 
CH^NQEED BY THE COUN- 
CH-; PRESORIWNG TK E 
TIME WHEN THE DOING OF 
CERTAIN ACTS OR THINGS 
RBOUIRBD TO BE DONE 
HEREUNDER, INCLUDING 
THE COLLECTION OF SUCH 
TAXES, SHALL COMMENCE; 
PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN 
EXCEPTIONS; DEFINING 
VIOLATIONS OF THE PRO 
VISIONS OF THIS ORt>I- 
NAffCE, AND PRESCRIBING 
PENALTIES THEREFOR. 

WHEREAS, it is neoessary 
that {MTOvisicMis be made to im- 
pose and lew the taxes herein- 
aftCT aet fcww, for the purpose 
of providing funds for munici- 
pal purpose; therefore, 

BE rr ORDAINED BY THE 
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 
VIRG»NL\ BEACH: 

. $1. That this ordinance shall 
be known and may be cited as 
•"nie City <rf Vi^inia Beach, 
Virginia Retail Sales and Use 
Tax OnUnance". 

12. That from Jane \, 1965, 
ID June 30, 1965, both in- 
clusive and every fiscal year 
timvafter, unless o^erwise 
chaafed by the Council, ;lhere is 
kegky levied and imposed, in 
miStkn to all other taxn and 
$Bm Hi every Idiid now imposed 
Iqr law, a piviliife tax upon 
eveiy person who engages in the 
busia^ of selling tangle per- 
ioedl pioDatj at retail in the 
C% of ^rpua Beach, ot who 
itM or ii^dwt any fA tte 
Aiaifi or services texablk^under 
dm ordimnce, or wbo stores 
bx vac G$ (XipaiifflptkMi in >^ 
City d V^^gfaua Brach any i^m 
or aitk:le of taigible porscxial 
pnferty as d^ned in tfits ordi- 
m^e, or who leases or rents 
Bucfc pr<^rty within the Qty of 
Vi^lMa Beach, Ae same to be 
otitoCled fai^die anK»urt to be de- 
termii^ ^ the application of 
ihe.loUoiiHi^ n^s. to-wit: 

^ At ibe rate of tmy per cent 
Q^^ Ae sates price of each 
ItettriKr irttcle of tanj^ble per- 
aoud {MTOperty whra sold at re- 
ttpin dik city, provuled, that the 
oa^ipvBi tax imposed or to be 
ecMi^sitA on tlK sale price 6f 
efA ^ro or article of tangle 
poap^l property when K>l<f at 
retril iluul not exceed four dol- 
tan 1^.00) for any such item or 
ar4d^ tte tax to be computed, 
sirii^ to sakl proviso, on the 
•pvM fides for %» purpose of re- 
mMtii^ tbe amount of tax due 
the city and to include each and 
evaif retail sale. 

(b) At Ae rate of two ^ ctnx 
(2%) d l^cuM of each item or 
article of tai^ble personal i»o- 
pei^. what the same is not sold 
but is used, consumed, distnbut 
«A or stored for use or consump- 
tiKm in Uiis city; prpvifled, there 
Uiatt, be no (raplicbtion of tiie 
tax ami, provided further, that 
the maximum |ax imposed or to 
be coU«;ted on the cost jM-ice of 
eadi item or article of tangible 
perscHial property used, con- 
nmed, di^rM^uted or '^red for 
jue or MHisumption in this city 
diUl .i»t exefted four dollars 
^.OQ) for any such item or 
MEttcle. 

(c) At the rate of two per cent 
(2%) of the gross proceeds de- 
rived from the 'lease or rental of 
ttasible personal property, as 
<^^d herein, where the lease 
<tf mtal of such property is an 
^staMidied business, or part of 
M establtriied business, or the 
wum is ii^idratal or germane to 
v^hmm*^; provided, that the 
nidntim tax imposed or to be 
wltocted OSL the proceeds de- 
Affii iRiai e«A lease or rental 
«l fai^Me personal property 
Aan not exceed four <k>llars 
f^m) tm any siu^ lease or 
Mital. 

(dl At fte rate of two per cent 
09b) d the^monAfy lease or 
fftetal price f*id by lessee or 
rtotee or wmtractcd, or agreed 
m0. pnbe ^id by leassee or 
^tjM^MM^I^ ^9» or ren^> U> 
tte mnm ^ ta^ble psr^nal 
pfowided, tfiat the 
^ isq»«ed or to t« 



• LEGAL NOTIOS 



evceed four <k>llars ($4.00) for 
any such monthly leane or rent- 
al pri^. 

(«) At th« mi of two per cent 
(2%) of the a<m sates of all 
<«rvices taxable under this ordi- 
nance; provided, that the maxi- 
mum tax impost or to be col- 
lected on the sale price of each 
such service shall not exceed four 
dollars ($4.00) for any such serv- 
ice. No services are taxable under 
this ordinance excispt those ex- 
pressly enumerated and made so 
taxable. 

(f) Provided, that where a 
manufacturer, producer, com- 
pounder or contractor, erects or 
applies tangible personal pm- 
pcrty which he has manufac- 
tured, produced, compounded or 
severed from the earth, for the 
account of or under contract with 
the owner of realty or other pro- 
perty, such person so using the 
tangible personal property shall 
pay the tax herein levied on the 
fair market value of such tangi- 
ble personal property when used, 
without any deductions what- 
soever. 

The said tax shall be collected 
from dte dealer as defined in this 
ordinance and paid at the time 
and in the manner hereinafter 
provided. 

TTie tax so levied is and shall 
be in addition to all other taxes^ 
whether levied in the form of 
excise, license or jM-ivile^ taxes, 
and shall be in addition to all 
other fees and taxes levied. 

§3. That the following words, 
terms and frfirases, when usmI in 
this ordinance, stall have the 
meanings ascribed to them in 
this section, except when the 
cfmtext cleairly indicatetA*iif- 
ferent meaning: 

(a) "Person includes any in- 
dividual, firm, co-partiwrahip, 
joint adventure, association, cor- 
poration, esUte, trust, business 
trust, receiver, syndicate or other 
group or combination acting as 
a unit, and the plural as well as 
^ singular number. 

(b) "Sale" means any transfer 
of title or possession, or both» 
exchange, barter, lease or rental, 
c(»K£itk>iud or otherwise, in any 
manner or by any means what* 
soever of tangible personal pro- 
ocrty for a coieideration and in- 
cludes the fabrication of tangible 
personal property for consumers 
who furnish, either directly or 
indirwtly, the materials used in 
falm^tion work, and the fumi*« 
ing, repairing or serving for a 
oonsideratitm <rf any tangible 
personal property consumed on 
the premises of Ae person fum- 
ing, i»eparing or serving such 
taamUe property. • 

A transaction where the pos- 
sesion of property is transferred 
but tl» seller retains title as se- 
curity for the payment of the 
mice shall be deemed a sale. 

(c) 1. "detail Sale" or a "Sale 
at Retail" nwans a sale to a con- 
sumer or to any person for any 
purpose other than for resale in 
the form of tangible personal 
property, and rfiall mean and in- 
clude all such transactions as 
the Commissioner of the Reve- 
nue upon investigation finds to be 
in lieu of sales; prcfvided that 
s^es for resale must be made in 
strict compliance with rules and 
regulations. Any dealer making 
a sale for resale which is not in 
strict compliance with rules and 
regulations rfiall himself oe liable 
for and pay the tax. 

(c) 2. The terms "sale at re- 
tail", "use", "storage" and "con- 
sumption" shall not include the 
sale, use, storage or consump- 
tion of industrial materials for 
future processing, manufacture 
or conversion into articles of 
tangible personal property for re- 
sale where such industrial n?a- 
terials become a component part 
of the fini^ied product or are 
used directly in falwicating, coff- 
verting or processing such ma-i 
terials or parts thereof, nor shall 
such terms include materials, 
labels, sacks or bags used for 
packaging tangible personal pro- 
perty for shipment or sale. 

(c) 3. The term "gross sales" 
means the sum total of all re- 
tail sales of tangible personal 
property as defined herein, with- 
out any deduction whatsoever of 
any kind or character, except as 
provided in this ordinance. 

(d) "Sales price" means Ae 
total amount for which tangible 
personal property is soM, mclud- 
ing any services that are a part 
of the sale, valued m money, 
whether paid in money or other- 
wise, and includes any amount 
for which credit is eiven to Ae 
purchaser bv the seller, without 
anv deduction therefrom "on w:- 
count of the cost of the property 
«>ld, the cost of materials us«i, 
labor ix service costs, k>^ or 
$ttf ofeer mpmm whataoevwr, 
pnmd^ ^at caib dtscounu n- 



• itoALH&hm 



hrt^ and tiUc^ on sales shall 
not be included, nor shall the 
sates price include the amount 
charg«i for labor or services 
rendered in installing, applying, 
remodeling or repairing property 

(e) "Co« price" means the »c- 
sold. 

tual cost of articles of tangible 
personal property without any de- 
ductions therefrom on account of 
the cost of materials used, labor 
or service costs, transportation 
charges or any* other expenses 
wtatsdiver. 

(0 '^-ease w rental" means 
the leasing or renting of tangible 
personal property and the posses- 
sion thereof by the lessee or 
rentee for a consideration, with- 
out transfer of the title of suqh 
property. , 

(g) "Storage" means and in- 
cludes any keeping or retention 
in this city of tangible personal 
property for use or consumption 
m this city, or for any purpose 
other than sale at retail in the 
regular course of business. 

(h) "Use" means and includes 
the exercise of any right or power 
over tangible personal property 
incident to the ownership there- 
of, except that it ^all not include 
the sale at retail of that proper- 
ty in regular coune of business. 

(i) "Business" includes any ac- 
tivity engaged in by any person 
or cauwd to be engaged in by 
him, with the ol^ect of gain, 
benefit or advantage, either di- 
rect or indirect. The term "busi- 
ness" shall not be conslrued in 
this ordinance to include occa- 
sional and isolated sales or 
transactions by a person who 
does not hold himself out as en- 
gaged in business. " , 

(j) "Retailer" means and in- 
cludes every per«>n engaged in 
die business of making sales at 
retail, or for distribution, or use, 
or consumption, or storage to be 
used or consumed in this city. 

(k) The term "commissioner" 
means and includes the Commis- 
sioner of the Revenue for the 
City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginifl, or his duly authorized as- 
sistants. ^ -^ 

(1) "Tangible postmal pn^jer- 
ty" means and includes personal 
property, which may be seen, 
wei^d, measured, felt or 
touched, or b in any other man- 
ner perceptible to the senses. The 
term "tangible personal proper- 
ty" shall not include stocks, 
bonds, notes, insurance or other 
obligations or securities. 

(m) The term "use tax" refer- 
red to in this ordinance includes 
the "use", tf»e consumption, the 
distribution and the "storage" 
as herein defined. i 

(n) The term "City Treasurer* 
means and includes the City 
Treasurer of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, or his duly au- 
thorized assistants. 

(o) The term "city" means the 
CUy of Virginia Beach. 

§4. That, subject to the maxi- 
mum tax as provided in §2 of this 
ordinance, the aforesaid tax at 
the rate of two per cent (2%) of 
the retail sale price, as of the 
moment of sale, or two per cent 
(2%) of the cost price, as of the 
moment of purchase, as the case 
may be, shall be collectible from 
all persons as defined herein en- 
gaged as dealers, as hereinafter 
defined, in the sale at retail, the 
use, the consumption, the distri- 
bution and the storage for use 
or consumption in this city, of 
tangible personal property. 

The term "dealer" as used in 
this ordinance shall include e^ery 
person, as used in this ordinance, 
who manufacture or produces 
.tangible personal property for 
sale at retail, for use, or con- 
sumption, or distribution, or foi' 
storage to be used or consumed 
in this city. 

The term "dealer" is further 
as used in this ordinance, who 
(tefined to mean every person, 
imports or causes to be imported, 
tangible personal property from 
any place outside this city, for 
sale at retail, for use, or for con- 
sumption^ or distribution, or for 
storage to be used r consumed 
in this city. 

The term "dealer" is furthe5 
defined to mean every person, 
as used in this ordinance, who 
sells at retail or who offers for 
sale at retail, or who has in his 
possession for sale at retail, or 
for use, or consumption, or dis- 
tribution, or storage to be used 
or consumed m this city, tantdble 
personal property as defined 
herein. 

TTic term "dealer" is further 
defined to mean any person who 
has sold at retail, or used, or 
consumed, or distributed, or 
stored for use or consumotion in 
tiliu city, tanqible personal oro- 
pcirty and who cannot prove that 
tail, the use, the consumption, 
the tax lev^ by this ordinance 
has bem paid on the sale at re- 
tfae d&trimition. or die storage of 
said taapble pers(»ial property. 



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The term "deater" is further 
(tefined to mean any person, as 
used in this ordinance, who leas- 
es or rents tangible personal pro- 
perty, as defined in this ordi- 
nance, for a consideration, per- 
mitting the use or possession of 
said property without transfer- 
ring title thereto, y 

The term "dealer" is further 
defined to mean any perscMi, as 
used in this ordinance, who is 
the lessee or rentee of tangible 
persoml property, as defin^ in 
this ordinance, and who pays to 
tlM owner of such (HX>perty a 
consideration for the use or pos- 
session of such property without 
acquiring title thereto. 

The term "dealer" is further 
defined to mean anv person, as 
used in this ordinance, who 
maintains or has within this city, 
directly or by a subsidiary, ah 
office, distribution house, sales 
room, or house, warehouse or 
other place of business. 

Every "dealer" making sales, 
whether witfjin Ifr outside the 
city, of tangible personal proper- 
ty, for distrrbiMion, storage, use 
or other consumption, in this 
city, shall at the time of making 
sale, collect the tax imposed by 
this ordinance from the pur- 
chaser. 

On all tangible personal pro- 
perty inported, or caused to be 
imported from outside this city, 
and used by him, the "dealer" 
as thus defined, shall pay the tax 
imposed by this ordinance "on 
all articles t)f tangible personal 
property so imported and used, 
the same as if the said article had 
been r<ld at retail for use or 
consumption in this city. For the 
purposes of this ordinance, the 
use, or consumption, or distri- 
bution, or storage to be used or 
consumed in this city of tangible 
personal property shall each be 
equivalent to a sale at retail, and 
the tax shall thereupon imme- 
diately levy and be collected in 
the manner provided herein, pro- 
vided there shall be no duplica- 
tion of the tax in any event. 

It is not ^e intention of this 
ordinance to levy a tax upon 
articles of tangible personal 
property imported into this city 
or produced or manufactured in 
this city for export; nor is it the 
intention of this ordinance to 
levy a tax on bona fide inter- 
state commerce. 

It is, however, the intention 
of this ordinance to levy a tax dn 
the sale at retail, the use, the 
consumption, the distribution, 
and the storage to be used or 
consumed in this city of tangible 
personal property after it has 
come to rest in this city and has 
become a part of the mass of 
property in this city. 

The provisions of this ordi- 
nance shall not apply in respect 
to the use or consumption, or 
distribution, or storage of tangi- 
ble personal property for use or 
consumption in this city upon 
which a like ta». equal to or 
greater than the amount imposed 
by this ordinance has been paid 
in another state or city, the proof 
of pa'rent of such tax to be 
according to rules and^ regula- 
tions made by the Council. If the 
amount of tax paid in another 
state and'Or city is not equal 
to or greater than the amount of 
tax imposed bv this ordinance, 
then the dealer shall pay to the 
City Treasurer an amount suffi- 
cient to make the tax paid in the 
other state and/or city and in 
this city equal to the amount im- 
posed by this ordinance. 

It is further specifically pro- 
vided that the "use tax" shall not 
apply to tangible personal pro- 
perty owned or acquired in this 
city, or imported into this city, 
or held or stored in this city prior 
to June 1, 1965. But the "use 
tax" will apply to all tangible 
personal property imported or 
caused to be imported into this 
city on or after June 1, 1965, 
unless said property has previous- 
ly borne a sales or use tax in 
another state and /or city equal to 
or greater than the tax imposed 
by this ordinance, or, unless said 
property is imported or caused tb 
be imported into this city pur- 
suant to a bona fide written con- 
tract of sale or purchase at a 
fixed price entered into prior to 
June 1, 1965, and such written 
contract does not provide for the 
addition of a sales or use tax. 

The taxes levied under this or- 
dinance shall not apply to the 
use, sale, or distribution of reli- 
gious publications to or by 
churches or other religious or 
charitable institutions for use in 
the customary religious or 
charitable activities. 

§5. (a) That the privilege tax 
herein levied, measured by re- 
tail sales, shall be collescted by 
Ae dealer from the purchas«?r or 
«>nsumer'. 

(b) TTiat dealers shall, as far 
as jffactica^le, add tlte amounte 



• LtOALNdlMs 



of the tax Iropwwd wadet ftb 
ordinance to the sales price or 
charge, which shall be a d^ 
from the purdias^ or oonsumer 
to the dealer, until {Mid, and 
shall be re<»verable at law in tte 
same manner as other debts. Any 
(kaler who shall ne^ect, fail, or 
refuse to collect the tax herein 
provide, upon anv, every, tmi 
all retail sales made by him, or 
his agents, or employees, of tang- 
ible personal property whMi is 
subject to the tax imposed by 
ttiis ordinance, shall be liable 
for and pay the tax himself 

<c) That wh«i the tax collect- 
ed for any period is in exc«is of 
two per cent (2%), giving due 
consideration to the maxunum 
tax imposed by this ordinance, 
the total tax coltected must be 

Ciid over to the City Treasurer, 
ss the compensation to be al- 
k)wed the dealer, as hereinafter 
set forth. This provision shall be 
construed with other provistons 
of this ordinance and given effect 
so as to result in the payment to 
the City Treasurer of the total 
tax collected if in excels of two 
per cent (2%), after giving due 
consideration to the maximum 
tax imposed by this ordinance. 

(d) Any dealer who shall fail, 
neglect or refuse to collect the 
tax herein provided, cither by 
himself or through his agents or 
employees, shall, in additkm to 
the penalty of being liable for 
and paying the tax himself, be 
guilty of a misdeameanor, and 
upon conviction, shall be 
punished by a fine of not more 
than One Hundred ($100.00) 
Dollars or imprisonment in jail- 
for not more than three months, 
or both, in the difcretion of the 
C^urt. 

(e) Any person engaged in any 
business taxable under this or- 
dinance shall not advertise or 
hold out to the public, in any 
manner, directly or indirectly, 
that he will absorb all or any 
part of ^ tax, or that he will 
relieve the purchaser of the pay- 
ment of all or any part of the 
tax. Any person who violates 
this provision shall be guilty of 
a misdemeanor and upon con- 
viction shall be punished by a 
fine of not less than Twenty- 
five ($25.00) Dollars nor more 
than Tvw Huiwlred Fifty 
($25Q.OO) Dollars, or imprison- 
ment in jail for not exceeding 
three months, or both, in flic 
discretion of the Court. 

((f) This subsection reserved 
for future use, 

(g) It is specifically provided 
fliat the "use tax" as defined 
herein shall not apply to live- 
stock and livestock products, to 
poultry and poultry products, to 
farm and agricultural products, 
when produced by the farmer 
and used by him and members 
of his family. y 

(h) Provided, however, that 
each and every agricultural com- 
modity sold by any person, 
other than a producer, to any 
other person, who purchases not 
for direct consum^ion but for 
the purpose of acquiring raw 
products for use or for sale in 
the process of preparing, flnish-» 
irig or manufacturing such agri- 
cultural commodity for the ulti- 
mate retail consurtier trade shall 
be and is exempted from any and 
all provisions of this ordinance, 
including payment of the tax 
applicable to the. sale, storage, 
use, transfer or any other utili- 
Eation or handling thereof, ex- 
cept when such agricultural com- 
modity is ahjw^ly sold aS a 
marketable or fififeKfed product 
to the ultimate consumer, and in 
no case sjiall more than one tax 
be exacted. • 

The term "agricultural com- 
modity" for the purpose .hereof 
shall mean horticultural, poul- 
try and farm products, and live- 
stock and livestock products. 

§6. That die sale at retail, 
the use, the consumption, the 
distribution and the storage to 
be used or consumed in this city 
of the following tangible perso- 
nal property is hereby specifically 
exempted from the tax imposed 
by this ordinance: 
Motor vehicle fuels which are 
subject to the tax imposed by 
Chapters 13 and 14 of Title 
58 of Code of Virginia, as 
amended, and not subject to 
refund; manufactured tobacco 
products; alcoholic beverages; 
beer; gas. electricity or water 
when delivered to consumers 
through mains, lines or pipes; 
' telephone and telegraph serv- 
ices provided subscribers; 
newspapers; fertilizer and con- 
tainers used for farm pro- 
ducts and field and garden 
seeds when sold directly to 
the farmer, and school bqAs, 
and school lunches; feeds^or. 
livestock and poukpr; sl^s 
or vessels used or to* be imd 
exclusively or prkidpally in 
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or r^ain And alterations 
thereor, or Ml and f^pplies 
for ttse and .oomwifltion 
abowd ships or< veuels fH^ag 
the hitii tp^ or iMer»»^ 
uade Dft#ett ports in Aif 
state andjp0rtt in other stMes 
of the twted SnMes or its 
territori^ or pomti^km, or 
in foreign eonuoeree in ports 
in this state or potts in foreun 
countries, when delivered di- 
rectly to such ships and ves- 
sel; n<M- shall the tax imposed 
by this ordinaiKC apply to 
tanpble personal property 
used directly in the building, 
conversbn or repair of the 
Ai(» or vessels covered in 
this paragnph. 
The folk>wing is also exempt 
from the tax imposed by this or- 
dinance: 

1. A4|nission diarges of nw- 
tion picture theatres and other 
businesses where an amusement 
tax is impMed by Ordinance No. 
87, adopted on March 9, 1964. 

2. Sale of food, meals and 
drink in « restaurants and similar 
places where a tax is imposed by 
Ordinance No. 88, adopted on 
March 9. 1964. 

3. Board and/or lodging in 
hotels, iiros and cither {riadis 
where a charge is made for st^ 
board and/or lodging and where 
a tax i% imposed by Ordinance 
No. 86, adopted on March 9, 
19^. 

There shall be exempt all 
sales made to the United States 
government, to any state or any 
political subdivision thereof. 

(a) There is hereby exempted 
from the provisions of this ordi- 
nance any sales or use tax upon 
tangible personal |»-operty sold 
to churches or church-supported 
universities, colleges, schools, 
OTphanages, homes for the aged, 
hospitals or other such charitable 
institutions which are operated 
exclusively as educational, relig- 
ious or charrtabl^ institutions, 
and where no pecuniary profit 
can or does result to any !Qiare- 
holder or individual. 

The exemption sranted to 
churches, schools and ctaritable 
institutions in the! precedii^ 
paragraph shall oijt\y' apply to 
sales made directly to the church, 
school or tharitable institution. 
There shall be no exemption 
upon ^ales to independent con- 
tactors with such organizations, 
or social organizations, lodges, 
fraternal organizations, or any 
other type of non-profit organi- 
zatioii7*except the religicMis, edu- 
cational and charitable institu- 
tions heretofore specifically ex- 
empted. 

(b) No dealer shall sell and 
no user diall use any tangible 
personal property under the 
claim that the same is exempt 
from the sales or use tax levied 
by this ordinance, where flie ex- 
emption from taxation is claimed 
because the vendee or user is an 
educational, religious or charit- 
able institution or organization 
and is entitled to an exemption 
as such institution or organiza- 
ion uiider this ordinance, unless 
the , vendee or user shall have 
issued to it by the Commissioner 
an ewmption, certificate declar- 
ing that such institution or or- 
ganization is entitled to the ex- 
"imption provided for by this or- 
dinance. 

The Commissioner is hereby 
authorized to determine after 
hearing if demanded, whether 
any institution or organization 
is entitled to the benefrt of the 
exempticwi e^ablislted by this 
ordinance. The Commissioner b 
authorized to issue exemption 
certificates to institutions and or- 
ganizations which are entitied 
tiiereto. 

(c) Tangible personal property 
sold or leased to a public serv- 
ice corporation for use or con- 
sumption by such corporation 
directly in the rendition of its 
public service, is exempt from 
the [MTOvisions of this ordinance; 
but this provision shall not be 

^construed as excluding from the 
sales or use tax any motor ve- 
hicle which is subject to registra- 
tion and licensing under tiie 
motor vehicle laws of the State. 

§6.1 That where used articles 
are taken in trade, or a series 
of trades as a credit or part pay- 
ment, on ^he sale of new and 
used articles, the tax levied by 
this ordinance shall be paid on 
the net difference of the new or 
used article less the credit for the 
used article. 

§7. (a) That if any dealer 
liable for smy tax, interest or 
penalty levied^ hereunder shall 
sell out his business or stock of 
goods, or shall quit the business, 
he shall make a final return and 
payment wifliin fifteen (15) da^ 
after the date of selling <»- quit- 
ting Uie bu8ine»^ His succenor, 
suixessors, or assigns, if any, 
shall withhold a sufficirat fmt 
of die purduue mon^ to cover 



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the amount of sudi taxes, intlnr- 
est awl peo^i^ dvw and unpaid 
uitil su^ former owner stall 
Modwx a tecmpt from the Cky 
Treasuer rtiowii^ that they 
I»ve bem paid, ot a certifoate 
sttti^ that no taxes, interest or 
penalties are due. If the {hirchas- 
er of a business or stock of 
goods iriiall fail to withhold the 
purchase money, as above pro- 
vided, he shall be personally li- 
able for the payment of ^ 
taxes, interest and penalti^ 
accruing and unpaid (Mi^xount 
of the operation ctf the Iwsinen 
by any former owner, omwrs or 
assigns. 

(b) In the event any dakr is 
delinquent in the payment of the 
tax herein provided for, tta 
Commissioner may give notice of 
the anuMint of such delinquency 
by registered mail to all permns 
having in their possession or 
uiuier their control any credits 
or otficr personal property be- 
longing to such dealer, or owing 
any debts to such dealer at the 
time of receipt by them of such 
notice, and thereafter any (>er^n 
so'notifi&l shall neither transfer 
nor make any other disposition 
of such credits, other personal 
property, or debts, until tiie 
Commissioner ^all have con- 
sented to a transfer or disposi- 
tion, or until thirty (30) days 
shall have elapsed from and after 
the receipt of such notice. All 
persons so notified must, within 
five (S) days after receipt of such 
notice, advise the Commissioner 
of any and all such credits, ottar 
personal property, or debts, in 
their possi^sion, under their con- 
trol or owing by them, as the 
case may b%_-'v;;;-^-^^- -"■■•''. :-. 

(c) Any person violating tfie 
provisions of this section shall 
be punished in accordance with 
the provisions of §10 (g). 

§8. (a) That the taxes levied 
heieunder shall be due and pay- 
able monthly, beginning on the 
first day pf July, 1965, and for 
the purpose of ascertaining the 
amount of tax payable under 
this ordinance, U shall be flie 
duty of all dealers on or before 
the 20th day of the month fol- 
lowing the month in which this 
tax shall bM»me effective to 
transmit to the Commissioner, 
upon forms prescribed, prepared 
and furnished by him, returns, 
showing the gross sales, qr piw- 
chases, as the case may be, aris- 
ing from all sales or purchases 
taxable under this ordinance dur- 
ing the preceding calendar 
mcttth; and thereafter like re- 
turns shall be prepared and trans- 
mitted to said Commissioner by 
all dealers on or before the 20th 
of each month, for the preceding 
calendar month. 

(b) Gross proceeds from ren- 
tals or leases of tangible personal 
property shall be reported and 
the tax shall be paid with respect 
thereto in accordance with such 
rules and regulations as the 
Council may prescribe. 

For the purpose of compensat- 
ing the dealer and accounting for 
and remitting the tax levied bv 
this ordinance, such dealer ^hall 
be allowed three per cent (3%) 
of the amount of tax due and ac- 
counted for and remitted to the 
City Treasurer in the form of a 
deduction in submitting his re- 
port and paying the amount due 
by him; provided the amount due 
was not delinquent at the time 
of payment. ^ 

(c) When any dealer shall fail 
to make any return and pay the 
full amount of the tax reiquired 
by diis ordinance there sbaU4}e : 
imposed, in addition to other 
penalties provided herein, a spe- 
cific penalty to be added to the 
tax ip the amount of five per 
cent (5%), if the failure is not 
for more than thirtv (30) days, 
with an additional five per cent 
(5%) for eadi additional thirty 
(30) days, or fraction thereof, 
during whicjfi the failure contin- 
ues, i^t to exceed twenty-five 
per cent (25%) in the aggregate. 
In the case of a false or fraudu- 
lent rettim. Where wilful intent 
exists to defraud the city of ai^y 
tax due under this ordinance, a 
specific penalty of fifty per cem 
(50%) of tile tax hill shall be 
assessed. 

When any dealer fails to remit 
the tax, or any portion thereof 
on pt before the day when such 
tax shall be required by law to 
be paid, there shall be added to 
the amount due interest at the 
rate ijt six per cent (6%) per 
annum from the date due until 
^aid. 

All penalties and interest im- 
posed by this ordinance shall be 
payable ana collectible by the 
Treasurer in the same manner as 
if they were a part of the tax 
imposed. 

The Commissions fcNT good 
cause may extend for not to ex- 
ceed thirty (30) days the time 
for mddng any returns required 



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under the proviikms of this ot- 
dinanoe. 

(d) In Ae event any dealer 
fails ^o make a report and pa^ 
^ tax as provid«l by this ordi- 
mnce, or in case any dffalcr 
makes a grossly incorrect report, 
or a report that is false or fraud- 
ulent k shall be the duty of the 
Commissioner to make an esti- 
mate for the taxable period of 
retail sales of suc^ dealer, or of 
the grcMS |NOceeds from rentals 
or haacs of tangible personal 
property by the dealer, and an 
estimate of the caA price of all 
arti(^s of tangible personal pro- 
perty imported by the dealer for 
use or consumption or distribu- 
tion or storage to be used or 
consumed in this city and assess 
tiie tax and the Treasurer shall 
colla:t the tax and interest, plus., 
penahy, if such have accru^, 
on the tasis of such assessment, 
Which shall be considered prima 
facie correct, and the burden to 
show the contrary shall rest upon 
the dealer. 

(e) It shall be the duty of 
every dealer rwjuired to make a 
repeat and pay any tax under 
this ordinance, to keep and pre- 
serve suitable records of the sales 
or purchases, as the case may be, 
taxable under tfiis ordinance, and 
such other books of acwunt as 
hiay be necessary to determine 
tta amount of tax due here- 
under, and otl)€r information as 
may be required by the Commis- 
sioner; and it shall be the duty 
of every such dealer, moreover, 
to keep and preserve, for a 
period of two years, all invoices 
and other records of goods, wares 
and merchandise, or other sub- 
jects of taxation under this ordi- 
nance; and all such books, in- 
voices and other records shall be 
open tb examination at all 
reasonable hours to the Com- 
rtiissioner or any of his duly au- 
thorized agents. 

In the event ^the dealer has 
imported the tangible personal 
property and he fails to prodtice 
an invoice showing the cost price 
of the articles as defined in this 
ordinance, which are subject to 
tax, or the invoice does not re- 
flect the true or actual cost price 
as defliied herein, then the Com-di 
n^issi«ner shall ascertain in any 
manaer feasible, the true cost 

?ric«^ and assess the Ux a^ the 
'rcisurer shall collect the tax 
wity interest plus ' penilttes, if 
sucB have accrued, on the true 
cosU price as assessed by tta 
Connpissioner. The assessment 
so made shall be considered 
prima facie correct, and the duty 
shall be on the dealer to show 
the contrary. 

In the case of the lease or 
rental of tangible 'personal pro- 
perty, if the consideration given 
or reportjpd by the dealer does 
not represent the true or actual 
consideration, then the Com- 
missioner is authorized to fix the 
same and the Treasurer shall 
collect the tax thereon in the 
same manner as provided above, 
with interest pluS penalties, if 
such have accrued. 

(0 In order to aid in the ad- 
ministration and enforcement of 
the provisions of this ordinance, 
and collect all of the tax im- 
posed byt this ordinance, all 
wholesale dealers and jobbers in 
this city are hereby required to 
keep a record of all sales of ^ 
tangible personal property made 
in this city, whether such sales » 
be for cash or on terms of 
credit. The record required^ to be 
kept by all wholesale dealers and 
iobbers shall contain and include 
the name and address of the pur- 
chaser, the date of the purchase, 
the article purchased and the 
price at which the article is sold 
to the purchaser. These records 
shall be kept for a period of two 
years and shall be open to the 
inspection of the Commissioner, 
or his duly authorized assist- ■ 
ants, at all reasonable hours. The 
failure of anv wholesale dealer 
or jobber in this city to permit ah 
inspection of such records by the 
Commissioner, as aforesaid; stall 
be deemed a misdeameanor an& 
upon conviction thereof the 
wholesale dealer or jobber shall « 
be sub»ect to a fine of not less 
tiian Fiftv ($50.00) Dollars nor 
more than Two Hundred $200.- 
00) Dollars, or imprisonroenit 
1n iai) for not more than thirty , 
(30) days, or both, at the discre- 
tion of the Court. 

§9. (a) That for the purpose 
of enforcing the collection of the ^ 
tax levied by this ordinance, the * 
Commissioner is hereby specif- 
ically authorized and empowered 
to examine at all reasonablw 
hours the books, records and 
other documents of all trans- 
portation companies, agencies 
or firms that conduct their busi- 
ness by truck, rail, water, air- 
plane or (^erwisp, in or^r to 
determine what dealers, as pio- 

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vi(M In this ordinance, are im- 
porting or Itfc (Kherwise shippUif 
arUiiJes ol tt^ble personal pro- 
pcrtjf^^ whidh are liable for said 
tax. In th« event s^ tranapor- 
tation Wkm^y,, agency or firm 
shall rj^fuse M) permit luch ex- 
aminatfbn of its oooks, records 
an4 other documents by the 
Cowmisaidncr, as aforraaid, it 
shall be deemed guiky of a mis- 
demeanor punishable by a fine 
of not less than Fifty <$50.00) 
Dollars nor more tfjan Five 
Hundred ($500.00) Dollars; pro- 
vidKl further, that the Commlv 
sioner shall haye the right to 
proc(^d in a amrt of record of 
this city for a mandatory injunc- 
tion or other appropriate remedy 
to enforce his right, as granted 
by this section, to an examina- 
tion of the books and records of 
transportation companies. 
<b) Eadr dealer, as defi 
this ordinance, shall secure, 
maintain and keep for a peri 
of two (2) years a complete 
cord of tangible personal proper 
ty receiveiC used, sold at retail, 
distributed or stored, based, or 
rented within this city by said 
dealer toe:ether with invoices, 
bills of lading and other pertinem 
records and papers as may be 
required by the Commissioner 
for the reason^^le administra- 
tion of thk ordinance, and all 
such records shall be open for 
Inspection to the Commissioner 
at all rea^mable hours. Any 
dealer subject to the provisions 
of this ordinance who shall vio- 
late these provisions ^hal| be 
guilty of a' misdemeanor and 
upon conviction shall be pun- 
ished as provided by §10 (g). 
§10. (a) "That if any dealer 
subject to make and file a re- 
_ turn required by any provision 
* of this ordinance fails to render 
' such return within the tin^ re- 
quired or renders a return which 
is false or fraudulent in that it 
contains statements which differ 
from the true gross sales, pur- 
chases, leases or rentals taxable 
under this ordinance or otherwise 
fails to comply with the pro- 
visions of this ordinance for the 
taxable period for which said re- 
|iin-is made, the Commissioiter 
snail give such dealer ten (1|) 
r days' notice in writing rcquiri 
P^ such 4Bt^ tpk tif^&T befwe 
or hi&.asstataMs with such be 
records jwd papers as he ma; 
require relating to the busines 
of stfch dealer for such taxabl 
period; and said Copimissiom 
may require such dealer or the 
agents and employees of such 
5ji(iealer to give testimony or to 
answer interrogatories under 
oath administered by the Com- 
missioner or his assistants re- 
specting the sale at retail, the use, 
consumption or distributton, or 
storage for use or consumfHion 
in this city, or lease or rental of 
tangible personal property sub- 
pect to tax, or the failure to 
make report thereof as provided 
in this ordinance. 

(b) If any dealer fails to make 
any such return or refuses to 
permit an examination of his, the 
dealer's books, records or papers, 
or to appear and answer ques- 
tions within the scope of such 
investigation relating to the sale, 
use, consumption, distribution, 
storage, lease or rental of tangi- 
ble personal property, the Com- 
missioner is hereby authorized" 
to make an assessment based 
upon such information as may be 
available to him and to enter 
suit in the name of the city in a 
court of competent jurisdiction 
for the collection of any such 
taxes, interest or penalties found 
to be due. Any such assessment 
shall be deemed prima facie.cor- 
rect. " I •. 

(c) At the time of transmit- 
ting the return required here^ 
under to the Commissioner, the 
dealer shall remit to the City 
Treasurer therewith the amount 
of tax due under tiie applicable 
provisions of this ordinance, and 
failure to so remit such tax shall 
cause said tax to become delin- 
quent. 

(d) All taxes, interest and 
penalties imposed under this 
ordinance shall be paid to the 
City Treasurer in the form or 
remittance required by him. 

(e) Any dealer subject to the 
provisions of this ordinance fail- 
ing or refusing to furnish any 
return herein rajuired to be made 
or failing or refusing to furnish 
^supplemental return or other 
Ata r^uired by the Commis- 
sioner, ^ail be guilty of a_ mis- 
demeanor and ujk)n conviction 
shall be punished by a fine not 
exceeding Two Hundrpd ($200.- 
00) Etollars or be Imprboriw in 
jail for not more than sixty (60) 
days, or shall be 'punished by 
both fine and imprisonment in 
tile duo^ios fd t)» Court foi 



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■ay such ofl»ise. 

(f) Any dealer requvmi to 
make, render, sijp w ydrifjr any 
retura at afcnciiid who makes 
a fa^ or frtudttl^ ittum with 
intent to evade ibe tax hen^ 
levied shall be |uiky of a mMe- 
meanor and i^<m cq«vi«ion 
•hall be fined iwt less than One 
Hundred ($100.00) Dollars nor 
more ftaa Tfcree Hundred 
($300.00) Dollin or be im- 
prisoned in the dncretion of the 
Cciurt. 

(g) Any deater or selfcr who 
shall violate any other provision 
of this ordinance punishm^K for 
which is not otherwise herein 
provide!, shall be guiHy <rf a 
misdemeanor and upon convic- 
tWD thereof shall be fmed in the 
sum not less than Ten ($10.00) 
Dollars nor more than One 
Hundred ($100.00) Dollars i or 
imprisoned in jaU for not more 
than thirty (30) days or boA at 
the discretion of the Court. 

§11. That the iax impcMed by 
this ordinance shall, for each 
month, become delinquent on the 
twenty-first (21st) day of each 
succeeding month. 

It shall be flie duty of the 
Commissioner of Ac Revenue to 
report to the Treasurer all taxes 
that l^rame ctelinquent under 
this (Miiinance. The Treasurer 
shall collect the said taxes, in- 
terest and penalties in the same 
manner as he collects other de- 
linquent taxes due the city. 

§12. (a) That in order to pre- 
vent the illegal importation of 
tangible personal property which 
is subject to tax m this city, and 
to strengdien and make more 
effective the manner and method 
of enforcing payment ot the tax 
imposed by this ordinance, the 
Commissioner is hereby author- 
ized and empowered to put into 
operation a system of permits 
whereby any person or dealer as 
defined in this ordinance may 
import tangible pergonal proper- 
ty by truck, automobile or other 
means of transportation otiicr 
than common carrier. Such sys- 
tem of permits rfiall requh-e the 
person or dealer who desires to 
import tahgible personal property 
into this city, which pn>perty is 
sul^ect to tax imposed by this 
ordinance, to apply, to the Com- 
missioner or h» assistant for a 
permit stating ^le kind of ve- 
|Mfbs.^to..he used, ttie name of 
tni 4ikfB9, tbe IkeiM number oj 
tfie vehicle, the kind of character 
of tangibte personal propaty to 
be imported, fne date, the name 
and addvRs of the consignee and 
such <^r information as the 
Commissioner may deem proper 
or necessary to prevent the 
ill^al transportation of tangible 
personal property into fliis city. 
ludi permit shall be free of cost 
to tiie applicaht and may be ob- 
tained Atom the dommlssioner 
of the Revenue. 

""(b) The importation into this 
city of tangible personal proper- 
ty which is subj«;t to tax by 
truck, automobile orpther means 
of transportation other than a 
common ^carrier, witfiout having 
first obtained a permit as de- 
scribed hereinbefore (if the tax 
imposed by this ordinance on 
the said tangible personal proper- 
ty has not been paid) shall be 
construed as a fraudulent at- 
tempt to evade payment of the 
said tax for which a specific 
penalty of fifty per cent (50%) 
of the tax bill shall be assessed, 
and the same is hereby prohibit- 
ed. 

(c) Any person or dealer, as 
defined in this ordinance, who 
imports into this city tangible 
personal property which is sub- 
)eci to tax, by firuek, automo- 
bile or other means of transpor- 
t^lon oth^ than a common car- 
rter without having first obtaine4 
a permit as described hereinbe- 
fore shall be guilty of a mis- 
demeanor and upon conviction 
shall be punished by a fine of 
not less ,than fifty ($50.00) 
dollars nor more than five hun- 
dred ($500.00) dollars or im- 
prisonment in jail for not more 
than thirty (30) days, or both. 
§13. That in the evwit pur- 
chases are return^Ho the iteiler 
by the purchaser or consumer 
after the tax imposed by this or- 
dinance has been collected, or 
charged to the account of the 
consumer or user, tfie dealer shall 
be entitled to reinrt>ursement of 
the amount of tax so collected or 
diarg&d by him, in the nlaimer 
prescribed by the Gommi^sloner, 
and in case die tax hai not been 
remitted by the dealer to the 
Treasurer, theik*^ fifey deduct 
the same in sobmitrtbl his return 
upqp receipt of a sisied state- 
ment of ^ dialer M a the gross 
amount of such refumls during 
thi, period covered by said 
signed statement, which period 



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0f$ dayi. The Comihissioiwr 
t^M iBS\ic to the dealer an ofTi- 
I^H credit memorandum equal to 
Ae net amount renlitted by the 
4^er few such tax collect»i. 
^db BifiKiraadum shall be ac- 
«d^ by the Commissioner M 
fm face value from the dealer 
po ^om it ur issued, in the re- 
ml^nce for sut^quent ta^ 
^»;;nwd lUHto the ^ovisions ci 
um oiid^^u^, provided in ca^s 
wlMre^ dealer has retired from 
ti^MAbte and has filed a find rt- 
tat^, a r^und oi tax may be 
)^a<fe if it can be established to 
tte satisfaction of tte Commis- 
sioner that the tax was not due. 
Tl» C!ommissioner shall design, 
prepare, print and furnish^ to all 
defl^rs, or make available to 
said dealers, all n»:^si^ forms 
for filing returns and instrtK- 
dons to insure a full ooUcSctioA 
ttom dealers and an accounting 
for the taxes due, but failure of 
ahy dealer to secure such forms 
shall not relieve such dealer froQ 
the payment of said tax at the 
time and in the manner herein 
provided. 

Hie Commissioner and his 
assistants are hereby authorized 
and empowered to admii^ster 
the oath for the purpose of en- 
fmcing and administering Ae 
provisions of this ordinance. 

§14. That the Commissioner 
9^ii\ administer and enforce the 
assessment of the taxes and 
penalties, and the Treasurer 
shall collect the taxes and penal- 
ties imposed bs this ordinance in 
accordance with the provisions 
of this ordinance and the rules 
and regulations adopted by the 
Council. The use of tokens is 
hereby forbidden ^d prohibited. 
§15. That, the City Treasurer 
shall deposit promptly to the 
credit of the city in city deposi- 
tories all moneys received by him 
under the provisions of this ordi- 
nance. __ __ 
§16. That eVery person desfc'- 
ing to engage in or conduct busi- 
ness as a seller in this city shall 
file with the Commissioner an 
apphcation for a "certificate of 
registration" for each place ot 
busuie^. Every application for 
a certificate of registration shall 
be made upon a form prescribed 
by &e Commissioner and shall 
s<^ forth the name under which 
t^ applicant transacts or intends 
to transact business, tlu location 
ai his placf . or platces of bu^- 
nes, and such other 'information 
as tile Commissioner may re- 
quire. The application shall be 
»^ned by die owner if a natural 
penon, in the case of an asso- 
ciation or partnership, by a mem- 
ber or partner; in the case of a 
corporation, by an executive 
officer or some person spedfic- 
olly authorized by the corpora- 
tion to s^ the application, to 
which shall be attached the writ- 
ten evidence of his authority. 

At the time of making an ap- 
plication, the applicant shall pay 
to the Xreasurer a certificate of 
registr^ion fee of One ($100) 
Dollar for each certificate of 
registration. 

When the reqjuired Applica- 
tion has been made, the Com- 
missioner shall grant and »sue to 
each applicant a sefmrate certi- 
ficate of registration for each 
place of business within the city. 
A certificate of registration is not 
assignable and is valid only for 
the person in whose name it is 
issued and for the transaction of 
business at the place designated 
therein. It shall at all times be 
conspicuously displayed at the 
place for which issued. 

A seller whose certificate of 
regiMration has been previously 
suspended or revoked, shaft pay 
the Treasurer a fee of <>ae 
($1.00) Dollar for the renewal 
or issu&nce of a certificate of 
registration. 

Whenever any person fails to 
comply with any provision of this 
ordinance or any rule or regula- 
tion of the City Council relatii^ 
thereto, the Commissioner upon 
hearuig after giving the person 
ten day^' notice in writing speci- 
fying the time and place of hear- 
ing and retpiiriqg him to ^low 
cw&e why his Certificate of regis- 
tration should not be revoked, 
may revoke or suspend any one 
or more of the certificates of 
registration Meld by the ^ person. 
The ' liotiole may [ be servedE 
personally or by r^tered mall 
dir^ted to the last known ad- 
dress of the person. 

Any person who engages in 
business as a seller in this city 
without a certificate of registra- 
tion after a certificate of regis- 
tration has been suspended or 
revoked, and each officer of any 
corporation which so engiages in 
business shall be guilty of a mis- 
demeanor and punishable as pro- 
vided in §10 (g) 




irapoi«i ipd levied by ^li ordi- 



hance shall wanmcnce tA 12:01 
A.M. o'<^, JuM 1, 1965, and 
no tax snail be due, payable or 
collected and ito person or dealer 
shall h? requireo to do m- per- 
form any act or thing pursuant 
to the provi^M of thU ordi- 
nance pi^r hereto. 

§18. That the prpvisions of 
this Ordinal^ are hereby de- 
clared to be severable. If any 
part, section, pn^visicm, exfcep- 
tion, sentence, clause, {^rase or 
the application thereof to any 
person or circumstance for any 
reaaoh be adjudged to be invalid, 
the remainder of the ordinance 
shall remain In full force and 
effect and its validity shall not 
be impiired, it being llw legis- 
la^ve intent now hereby dKlared 
that this ordinance would have 
been wlopted even if such in- 
valid matter had not been includ- 
ed ttierein or if such application 
had not been made. 

§19. That this ordinance shall 
be in effect from the date of its 
adoption. 

John V. Fentress, 

City Clerk 



. NOTICE 

Take notice that on April 15, 
1965, at 10:00 A.M. at Hoh 
Buick, Inc., 17th Street Extended 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, we 
shall expose to sale one 1962 
Chev tmpala, serial No. 21839 
B204384, seized and repossess- 
ed from Air Comfort, Inc., 2198 
Indian River Road, Norfolk, 
Virginia, by virtue of the breach 
of a certain conditional sales 
contract, dated June 9, 1964, in 
pursuance of the Uniform Sales 
Act of Virginia. 

Hoh Buick, Inc. " ^J 

21st & Pacific 
%yBia B^^, V«ginia 
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NOTICE 
OF PUBUC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Zoning 
Board of Appeals ^ill conduct 
a Public Hearing on Monday, 
April 5, 1965, at 8:00 p.m. in 
the Municipal Cburt Building at 
City Hall, Princess Anne Sta- 
tion, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The following applications will 
appear on the agenda. 
Case I: Billy Chaplain, Route 
NL Box 1397, Virginia Beach, 
Virghiia, requests a variance 
of 20 ifeet from the re<^ired 
SO feet to 30 feet on *e front 
setback located on Lots 2 and 
3, Block 3, 1 7th Street, Lynn- 
haven Borough. 
Case II: North SHiore Cotpora- 
ti<Mi, 57th and Ocean Front, 
Virginia B&K:h, Virginia, re- 
quests a variance of 45 feet 
from the required 50 feet to 5 
feet on the front setback lo- 
cated on Lots 6 throu^ 19, 
Block 6, 57th Street in the 
Subdivision of |^orth Virginia 
Beach, Lynnhaven Borough. 
Case III: Joe R. J^ewdl, Jr., 
Goodspeed Road, Virginia 
Beadi, Virginia, requests a 
variance of 6 feet from the re- 
quired 16 feet to 10 feet on 
' jthe side yard setback located 
on Site 42, Goodspeed Road, 
in the Subdivision of Princbtt 
Anne HilU Park, Lynnhaven 
Borough. 
Case IV: Louis R. Kaufman, 
2005 Jack Frost iRoad, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Vii^inia, requests 
a variance of 3 feet from the 
required 16 feet to 13 feet on 
the side yard setback located 
on Lot 9, Block 4, Section 3, 
2005 Jack Frost Road, in the 
Subdivision of Lake Shores, 
Bayside Borough. 
ALL APPLICANTS MUST 
APPEAR BEFORE THIS 
BOARD. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Loyd D. Saunders, 
S^retary 

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JCWr ▼. I^Mesi, cieit 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, DC. 
Bernurd Levin p.q. 

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O^MM^ALlnR 

Of vmcai^A 

!■ die Cleik's Office of the 
Qrcait Coprt of |ha Qtv of Vir- 
^Wa llcwA, on flw ISA di^ of. 

John' D. banks, Plaintiff 
against 

HARIET LEIGH ULRICH 

BANKS, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii, from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desartwn. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Vir^nia, the last known post 
office address being: c/o Wil- 
liam E. Ulrich, Navy No. 220, 
U.S. Navy Communications Sta- 
tion, Washington,, D.C., it isi 
ordered that she do appear here 
within ten \(10) days after due 
publication Iwreof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A cc^y — Teste: 

JOrtN V. FENTRESS. Oerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
DREWRY & EVANS p.q. 
ANDRF EVANS 
3007 Pacific Avenue 
Vu-ginia Beach, Virginia 

3-18-4T 

OnAjx-il 8, 1965 at 10 a.m., 
hearing will be held before the 
Federal Communications Com- 
mission, Benjamin Franklin Post 
Office Building, Washington, 
D.C. on the applications of Prin- 
cess Anne Broadcasting Corffcra- 
tion and Harold H. Hersch, 
Samuel J. Cole, L. W. Gregory, 
and William L. Forbes, d^ as 
South Norfolk Broadcasting Co., 
each of which requests a con- 
struction permit for a new Class 
III standard broadcast station to 
be operated daytime only, with 
power of 1 kw on 1600 kc, the 
former at Virginia Beach and the 
latter 'at Chesapeake, Virginia, 
upon the following issues: 

1. To determine t'ce areas and 
populations which would re- 
ceive primary service from 
e*ch of the proposals and the 
availability of odier primary 
service to such areaS'anff 
populations. . 

2. To determine wiiether the 
transmitter site jwoposed by 



• LK»ALNOTIC|S 

IO«is\«id J^R». 
ttBdftOE R. jdfrffeS. de- 
ceased et ah. DefeMdaats. 
IN CHANCERY DOCKET 
NO. 9082-A 
(^ER or PUBLICATION 
The oljjcct of this suit is for 
the complainant to etrforce its 
hea for taxes and to sell free 
and clear of all liens and encum- 
brances, for the satisfaction of 
tile liens thereon, the following 
tract or parcel of land situated in 
the Borough of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and described as fol- 
lows: V * 
All that certain lot, piece or 
parcel of land lying, situate 
and being in' the City of Vir- 
Ginia Beach (formerly in 
the Town of Virginia 
Beach) and State of Vir- 
ginia, known, numbered and 
designated as Lot Number 21 
in Block Number 51 on the 

Elat entitled "Map of Shadow 
awn Heights", made by 
John M. Baldwin, C. E., and 
duW recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
said city on the 29th day of 
May, 1924; reference to said 
map being hereby made for 
a more particular description 
of said land. 

It being a part of the same 
property conveyed to 'Lalla R. 
Jones by deed^ dated January 
4, 1928, and recorded in the 
aforementionad Clerk's Office 
in Deed Book 149 at Page 37. 
And it appearing from the 
overments of the Bill of Com- 
plaint filed herein, and by affi- 
davit duly filed, Aat due dili- 
gence has been used by and on 
behelf of the complainant to 
ascertain in what city, county or 
corporation the following defend- 
ants are without effect, and their 
last post office address are un- 
known: George Robert Singleton; 
JamN Edwin Chinnis, also 
known as James E. Chinnis; Wil- 
liam Brightman Singleton; Fire- 
man Singleton; Claire Chinnis; 
Mrs. D. E. Scott; also nkown as 
Mabel Oaire Chinnis; Augusta 
P. Jones, also known as Mrs. 
Harold IM. Joties, widow. . 

That certain of the defendants 
in this suit may have been mar- 
ried and if so the names of their 
respective »maorts are unknown 
and their 4|^ post office ad- 
dresses are unknown. Tha;. some 
of them may have died leaving 
heirs, devices or personal repre- 
sentatives are. unknown and their 
last post office addresses are 
unknown. That there are or 
might be persons other than those 



VIRGrNIA BEACH SUNK Thursday. April 1, 1^ . 



» UGALNOni^ 

Viiilnla BfekiA, Vufteia 

J-lS-4t 



tt>_JM bl#i OB^ «f «ie 

FRANCES MARY RENFfeEE, 

Plaintiff ttainst 
FREDERICK I RENFREE, Jr.. 
Ifefendant. 

The object «f this suit is to 
obtain a divorc« a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the «fend- 
ant is a non-resident of the 
Sute of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 1964th 
Comm. Sq. AFCS, APO 143, 
San Francisco, Califoniia, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this syit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Qerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES pq. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

. 3-18-4T 



COMMONWEALTH 

OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clcrk*s Office Ht titt 

Circutt Court of the City «f Vir- 

giiiia Beach on the 16th day of 

March, 1965. 

ORDER OF PUBLiCATfON 
SAMUEL G. ANDERSON, 

Plaintiff against 
EMMA ANDERSON, 
Defendant. 



jo»«vipiii c 



IN<moK, TBJj^HI 



VlujiBa 

1 he regular nMct'Mt of Coin- 
ell of t^ City €^ ymm M:h 
will be held in the Clrcujk C^lrt 
in Monday, Aiirt 12, 19*3 at* 
i o'clock P.M. m WnA tW^ 
persons will be heard vk ffid 
gainst the followinf gi^opSkd 
changes M aonin^ Me 0tm»p 
etc.: 



I 





South Norfolk is satisfactory _ .. 

with particular regard to any named in the Bill of Complaint 

conditions that may exist in 



the vicinity of the antenna 
system which would distort 
the proposed antenna nuiia- 
tiOn pattern. > 

3. To determine whether Prin- 
cess Anne is financially quali- 
fied to construct and operate 
its proposed station. 

4. To determine, in the li^t of 
Section 307Cb) of the Com- 
munications Act of 1934, as 
amended, which of the pro- 
poi^als would better provide 
a fair, efficient and equit- 
able distribution of radio 
service. 

5.To determine, in the light of 
the evidence adduced pursu- 
ant to the foregoing issues 
Jttgliich, if either, if the applica- 
^uons fdtould be granted. 

3-25-4T 

In fbe CMt's Office of the 
Cu-cuit Court of the City of Vir- 
pnia Beach on the llday td 
March, 1965, 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BtACH, 

a municipal corporation, 
Complainant vs. 
LALLA R. JONES, also known 
as .LALLA ROORH 



interested in the real estate to foe 
disposed of in this suit whose 
names and last post office ad- 
dresses' are unknown, \ 

IT IS THEREFORE ORi 
DBRED that the above named 
persons, if living, and if dead, 
their heirs, devised and personal 
representatives, and if married, 
their respective consorts and ail 
persons other than those herein 
named, who are or might be in- 
terested in the real estate to be 
disposed of in this suit, whose 
names are unknown, do aj^ar 
within Ten (10), days after due 
publication of this notice and do 
what is necessary to protect their 
interest. 



IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion of this 
order be published once a week 
for four (4) successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a new^ 
paper published in the City of 
Virginia Beach. . 

A copy — ^Teste: / 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 

STANLEY A. PHILLIPS, p.q. 
Assistant City Attorney 
Courthouse Drive 



The object erf this suit is to 
obtain a diyorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grotin(h of accordance 
with Section 20-91 (9) of the 
Code of Virginia. ' • 

And 1^ affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1225 Bur- 
gen Street, Brooklyn, New York, 
not resident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered thai she do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
pr(Hect her int^^est in ^s tuft 

A copy— Teste: -^"^ ^ " 

JOHN V. FENIIREIS, aerk 
By; Mary M. WJiitc, DC 
KEIjLAM and KELLAM p.q. 
Board at Trade BuUdiog 
Norfolk, Viiiinia 
3-25-4T 

COMMONWEALTH 
0r VntGlNtA 

in die Cbrfc's OfBce of flie 
Cirenit Court ciiAe Oty of Vir- 
ginia Beach, on the 26th day of 
March, 1965. 
WALTER JEAN GILLAM, 

Plaintiff, against 
RUBY EDITH DUNC/^ Git- 

LAM, Dedendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain* a divor(x a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged into a 
decree of divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendam, 
upon the grounds of constructive 
as well as actual desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resi(tent of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 904 Par- 
sonage Road, Elizabeth City, 
North Carolina, it is ordered that 
she do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her interest 
in this suit. 

A <»pyr-Teste: 



I. A(^atiott of #Mfc uil' f 
Company by D. W. MaimU| fot^ 
a change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial Distrtet 1 <C-L U' 
and Residence Suburban CM|^ 
3 (R-S 3) to General COmait|^ < 
cial District 3 (C<) 3) and LmWi\ ; 
ed Commercial District 3 (C-4;;, }) 
and a Use Permit for an aii^.. 
mobile service station on opi^/ 
tain property located at 
Southwest intersectk» of 
ampton Boulevard and t1od| 
Road. To be C-G 3: Said pffQ- 

Rerty fronting 711,32 feet on 
lorthampton Boulevard, ha^^ 
a depth of 684.48 feet on Hodg- 
man Road, a combii^ def^ of 
377.66 f«5t along t^ Western 
property liilc and a width of 
566.63 feet alw^ the Southern, .^^ 
b u n d a rv line. To lie " 
C-L 3: &iid property beaming y; 
at tht Southern property line o? " ". 
the above de»:rib^ C-G pi^f / 
perty. Having a width of 5f 
feet along said line, a depfli 
300 feet along the West sule qf 
Hodgman lload, a width ,^ 
566.63 feet along the Souti«OT,T 
property line and a depA of 
300 feet atong the Western pro- ^, 
perty line. Both parcels oon^ia- ' 
ing 10.0 Kres. Baynde Borough. 

IL"^ Ap{ilication of Ar^iff;4, 
Whitfield by J., Frank GalhgliBr. 
Attorney, for a change <A zemBi 
from Residence Suburban Dis- j., 
trict 4 (iR-S 4) to eGneral Indi*- . f 
trial District 3 (M-I 3) of ccrtam 
property fronting 45.24 feet <ui 
the North side of Grecnwkjii 
Road (f<mnerly Bryant Road), - 
beginning at a pcfint 817.90 feet 
East of Newtown Road. Havii^ -^ 
a depth of 353.33 feet along the . 
Western property ttw, a^^^wiHlli • 
of 306.39 feet along the Nor- 
tiiern property line and a ieflk 
of 388 feet along part <^ ^ . 
Eastern property line; tttrai|i|r> 
and running around property m ' 
o^ers a distance of 409.61 fei| 
to Greenvrich Road^ Bays^ - 
Borough. ' .m-^ 

ni. Application of W. Soi4>(iJ 
t>avis for a change of zcnanlf 
from Residence Suburban DiJF'^) 
trict 4 (R-S 4) to General dwii*^if 
mercial Dbtrict 1 (CG 1) # '^ 
certain property fronting WO fell '^i 
on the North side of Vbfirtt -^ 
Beach Boulevard, beginning 8l<t - 
point 515 feet hKwe or less Eall '^ 
of Davis Street. Having a dep#'~^'4 
of 410 feet along the Eastern w(|^"^/ 
Western property lines and'ir ' 
wiAh of l(|a fed along ^t^^ 
Northern property line. BayM|9-e 
Borough. >m'-\ 

IV. Application of Lacy 
Redd by Kellam and Kc 
Attorneys, for a Use Pennft 
construct and operate a 
court on certain property locat 
on the East side of 30th 
Street (City of Norfolk and 
of Virginia Beach dividing 1 _ 
extending from the North si 
of Little Creek a distance 
3160 feet mors or less along 
^loreline of Chesapeake Ba j. ' ;' 
Having a width of 495 feet qio)« 

Lq^b confd om page 5B 





COMMOrvWEALTH 
OF VIRGINU 

In the CleA's Offeke of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginui Badi, Vir|^a, on Ae 22 
day of Mirch, IHS. 
BARBARA FRANCESE BIS- 
CCEGLJA, Plaintiff against 
ROCTA HARRY BiSClBGLIA, 

Defendant. 
^RDER O PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
minii from the said defendent, 
upon the grounds that the {Arties 
have livra separate . knd apart 
without any cohabitation and 
without any interruption for a 
period in excess of two years. 

And an affidavit having bben 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the %ate 
of Virginia, the laS knOwn post 
office being 29 South Na^ville 
St., Ventnor, New Jersey, it is 
ordered that he <k> appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 



NOTICE QF PUBLIC HEARING 



Pursuant to S 5^-846.1 of the Code of Virginia, the City Council of the City of Virginia Beach will hold a public hearij 



s^ act be loajfiii th«a disety §17. Ihea4l6ctioa<i|thcta;^d mi-^ be oece^ary to prot^ liii 



year. 


% 




iiiuus^, \^iiy ii 


ail uii HIV luiiuv 


' 'llfy ICai E9UIIC 


uuv icvica iui ui 

Total 


Amount of 




• 


Ger^ral 


•Six-Borough 


Sanitary 


Special 


Mosquito 


1%S Tax Rate 


l(ncrease over 




Borough 


Government 


School Debt 


Debt 


Revenue 


Control 


Real Estate 


1964 Bate 


""'."' ■ 


Blackwater 


$i:90 ^ 


$.20, 


$- 


$ - 


■$- 


$2.10 


$.20 




PungD 


1.90 


.20 


— 


— 




2.10 


.30 


■Si ■ 


Princess Atme 


1.90 


.20 


— — 


— 


— 


2.10 


.30 


Sjifllv 


Princess Anne 


■ 






- 








Mosquito -, 1.50 


.20 . 


— 


— - 


.10 


2.20 


.30 




Bayside 


1.90' 


.20 . , 


— . 


-— 


— 


2.10 


.10 




Bayside 


















Mosquito 


1.90 


.20 


— 


— . 


.10 


2.20 


.10 




Kempsville 


1.90 


.20 


i 


— ■ , 


.,<. — ' 


2.10 


.10 




Ken^sville 


















Mosquito 


1.90 


.20 


— 


— 


.10 


2.20* 


.10 




Lynnhaven 


1.90. 


.20 


«_ 


' 1 _ 


_*. 


2.10 


ao 




Lynnhaven 




» ■ 














Mosquito 


1.90 


.20 


._ . 


— . 


.10 


2.20 


.10 




Lgrnnhaven 








tf 










Sanitary 


i.^ 


.20 


.10 


,, 


.10 . 


2.» 


.10 




Viifinia Btada 


1.9© 


~ N 


*- 


1.02 


.08 


3.00 








/ 






V 




John V. Fentri 


g^H 




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fw^flAiNCM surf, Thursday, A#rJl 1, 1965 




Bayside News 



BAYSIDE — The Sub-Dis- 
trict MeUiodist Youth Feltow- 
ship will meet Sunday night, at 



BAYSIDE — The Women's 

Fellow^ip of the Baysi<fe 

Christian Church will hold « 

1 in . o I u i< .1. ^. •. "Hat Sale", Awil 10. in the Ftl- 

7.30 p.m at BayhUce MetJwdist j^^^hip HaB. from 10 a.m. until 



• iMMNOtlCIS 



itoAL»^^icN 



V Pk-tiirwl, left to right, arc Allyson Riitler. Allison Murphy 
?ohtii James, MaW Davis, Sonny Butler, Shep McCknney, 
Jwly Hendron, and Sherry Butler- 



irse Show Sat 
Back Bay 

BACK BAY — "he first an- 
|ual Khoolfaig show for horses 
ponies will be held at Bay 
liiaor Farm on Saturday, bs- 
A 9:30 a.m. 

Owners of horses who wish to 
spare t^v mounts for future 
rse shows are invited to enter 
Id show. The schooling classes 
the poDKs and horses in the 
divisioB wiU be for the 
junior (riders under 18), 
refuJar. Pmiies, hunters, 
l^glttfa, and Western horses may 

fc shown in &e pleasure divi- 
n, 

'$•> A trophy and four ribbcms 
%U1 be awarded in sach class, 
ttM a champion and reserve 
Aaropicm selected for each di- 
nsion. 



Too Late to Classify 

TFNNIS RACKETS 
RESTRUNO , 
: Call Hunt Haffis 

-* 428-0737 
216 55A' Street 

4-1-5T 



Church. Irving Bush is president 
of this grtiup and is a member 
of Comniunky Methodist 
Church. 



BAYSIDE — Cecil B. De- 
Mills" film "The King of Kings" 
will be shown at the Bavsid; 
Bafttist Cliurch, Thursday nlTht 
April 8, £.t 7:30 p.m. The public 
is invited. 

The Deacons of the ^a^jid** 
laptist Church will make frfans 
at their reeular monthly meeting. 
Tuesday nfght, for Twenty Homt 
Prayer Meetings to be held on 
April 22 in oreoaration for a 
week of Revival, April 25 lo 
May 2. Williams Z. Isbell is 
chairman of the board of Dea 
cona. ; 



7 p.m. 

There will be a ojmplete line 
of Easter Bonnets and suipmcr 
hats on display. They will be 
for all age^: children, teenagers 
and aduks. The hats will be fur- 
nished by "My Hat Swp" and 
will range in pri(* from $3.97 
to $5.97. 

Mrs. E. F. dlldwell, presi- 
dent of the Fellowship, is "cn- 
eral chairman and many ladies 
of th J church are workinf^ under 
her direction. 

The regular Sundav nbht Len- 
ten Services of Bayside Christian 
Church will continue next Sun- 
dav night at 7:30 pm. with Rev. 
Bill Simnnons, as guest spsaker. 
Mr. Simmons is the Field Secre- 
tary of the Eastern Virginian 
Confeiisnce. 



LEGAL NOTICB 



t LEGAL NOTICES 



Wanted — 2 or 4 large used 
wagon wheels. Call 428-8239. 

4-1-2T 

2 bfflroo^ furnished aoartment. 
All irtilities furnished. Use of 
automatic washing machine. 
Yearly rental. $110 a month. 
Call 428-6582. 

- 4.1-TFN 



5 B(^ I^tkipantt and spec^- 
%fs wiw ei^y good horses are 
tf vked to atieiKl the Bay Manor, 
t^arm Schooling Show. Admis- 
1^ is tt^, and food am! (brak 
will be available <» the poumN. 
lB*atte <of inctement weather, 
Am; Kdiooling $1k>w will be held 
the foltowifl^ Satoniay. 



PERSONAL 
APPEARANCE 

Pus 3fsi Cfmmtrs 

: 325 LMkm RomI 
Oppesilt CelofiMl Store, 
6At-3S01 



Notice Of Public Hearing 

Pursuant to S 5.07 of the Charter of the City of Virginia 
Beach, the dCity Gnuicil will hold a public hearing on Monday, 
April 12, 1965 at lOKX) A. M. at the Courthouse, City Hall, on 
the proposed tnidget for the fi.scal year 1965-66. 

Proposetl Bu<l^et— 1965-66 ' 

GENERAL FUND: ' > ; ^. . 

Legislative De[)artnicnt • ^ ' ' 

Municii»l Council • ' $45„500.00 

Clerk of. Council -r3:^^jl::: w :.T L«fc >i-'»--^---"----- ^ ^^---3^ ^ 5,000.00 

$50,500.00 

$40,215.00 

mmAm 

$107,923.00 

5,000.00 

-^,990.00 

136,235.00 

83,014.00 

18,529.00 

8,500.00. 

198,500.00 



Total legislative Department 
Executive Department 
City Manager 

Department of Law 

City Attorney ..»~.4.*v-^™— v.;,' 

E)e|)artnient of Finance —:~^= • ■ 

Conmiissioiier of the Revetuie 
Board of Assessors ( 
Special Tax Administration 
Treasurer 

T)irector of Finance^.. 
Purchasing Agent 



Indej^endent Auditing 

Retirement System 

Total De|Mirtment of Finance 
Department of Personnel 

Director of Personnel . — , ~ 
Judicial Department" 

Circuit Court -~-, 

Municipal Court 




$12,201.00 



.4 48,740.00 
'42,728.00 



Juvenile and Domwtte Relatfons Court 

Lunacy Commissions 

ComnK>nwealth*s" Attorney 

H%h ConstaWe , i 

City iier|eant ' 

Circuit Court Clerk 

City jail * i 

Juvenile Detention Home 

Tdt.il Jvidicial Department 

Department of Health 

Bureau of Preventive Medicine 
D^Mrtment of Public Welfare 

Superintendent of Puhlic Welfare 

Public Assistance 

Hui^iitalizjrtion 

Total Departnicnt of Puhik" Welfare 
DefMrtffffirit of Public Safety 
Bureart of Police 

Bureau of Safety & Traffic Engineering , 
Coroners 

Bureau of Fire Inspections 
Volunteer Fire Detmrtments 
Bureau of Radio Connnuhications 
Bur«»u of Forestry 
Bureau of Weights and Measures 
.Bureau of. Animal Control 
Game Wardrti 
Civil Deiense 

Total Department of Public Safety 
DejKirtment of Public Works ,^ 

Director of Public Works .^ ^ ,1 

Ikireau of Kugineeriiig ^ , ' 

Street Heatjffncation " • - 
BupeatfofProjjertv Mainteflahte 
Small 'Waterhetl Channel Maintenance 
Bureau of Street Cleaning 
Bureau of Refuse Collections 
Bureau of lnsi)ecti(ms 

Total Dei^rtment of Publi^ Works 

O^partment of Parks and Recreation 
Recreation Director 
Boardwalk' Trains *^ 

-~^^^^otal Department -of Parks & Recreation 

Library. -»,, r 

Virginia Beach library ^ i 

Boards and Commissions ^ . *" 

Planning Commission 

Zoning B<»rd of Appeals ■ 

, Elections ;--'~: J . ..-j^^^. -= fr:..^.ir ■■:.. ■^f=- 

Erosion CommissioflLj -, ,. ..^,. 

Advertising Board - - - ■ —"- ' 

Armed Forces Commemoration 

Industrial Development Commissioa^ ,. , 

Total Boards anq Commissions 
Department of Farm and Home Demonstration 
Agriculture and Home Demonstration 
Farmers Produce Market , ,. ■ 

Total Department of Farm & ' . 

Home Demonstration 

Non-Departmental , , 

Contributions *~- - ----- - - - - 

Miscellarieous Functions- * -—----*- — r-, ---' 

' Total Non-Departmental V _j 

Highways, Stfe^ and Brit^ 



59.869.00 
5.O00.OO 
19.633.00 
50,948.00 
10.937.00 
61.900.00 
52.787.00 
15.000.00 



$.176.542.00 
, $a3,702.00 



.O- 



lN^H*ic|i 



$216,827.00 

,541.070.00 

_ 85.000.00 

$842.80706 



$1,QP4,325.00 

78.376.00 

2,000.00 

29.237.00 

106,950.00 

24.663.00 

500.00 
19.1 25.00 
36.114.00 

300.00 
40.552.00 



$1..W).142.00 

jr —p., 

$ '29.if!)5.00 

101.232.00 

91.054.00 

19fj,827,00 

5.000.00 

38.586.00 

600.795.00 

94.510.00 



$1,157^09.00 

$322,563.00 

9.822.00 

$332,385.00> 

I 
$91,603.00 



$105,626.00 

3.170.00 

-.;39.8O4.0O 

136.912.00 

UIO.OOO.OO 

2.500.00 

30,950.00 



$418.962.00 

$.34,103.00 
41,616.00 

/ . y5.719.00 



$47,796.00 

24,400.00 

$72.196.00 



Highways, Streets -and Bridges 
Transfers to CHher Funds 
Reserve for Contingencies 
Total General Fu^ 

ClVfCCfitn^ERjFUND: 
Civic Center Director 
Civic Center Productions. 
Total Civk- Center Fund 

WATER AND F>F^WM FUND: 
Director of Public Utilities 
Source of Sup|rty 
Transmissicm and Distribution 
.Sewi^e Tr«tment Plant 
Sewer Systems 
Translw- to Other Funds 

Total Water and Sewer Fund 

SCHOOL OPERATING FUND: 
Administr^on 

Instrwtian— Regular THty School 
Instnictkm — Part Time 
Other Instructkjoal^Costs, 
Coordinate Activities 
Transportation 
Other Auxiliary Agencies 
Opemtion of School Plant 
MaintenaiKe of ScIkkjI Plant 
I'^ixetl Chaiies 
Capital Outlay 

Total School' Operating Fund 

SCHr)i^RSHIP FUND: 
: Scholarship Grants 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND: 

Paid Fire Denartment 

Transfer to Oth^ Funds 

Total Virginia Heach Special Revenue Fund 

LYNNHAVEN SANITARY DEBT I^ND: 
Debt Service 

SIX-BOROUGH SCHOOL DEBT FUND: 
Debt. Service - • 

BAYSIDE AND KlJMPSVILLE BOROUGH 
SCHOOL DEBT FUND: 

Debt Service , ^ 

PUNGO BOROUGH SCHOOL DEBT FUND: " 
Debt Service 

GENERAL DEBT FUN©^--'^^— 
Qlebt Service , ""• 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 
GENERAL DEBT FUND: ' 

Debt Service 

BOND FUND: T ""'■ 1 

Capital Outlays 



" '$l,69l,W.O^ 



$5,147,351, 00 
$2^.f53W 



$lp8,S09.00 
1S.000.00 



$123.S09.0 (' 

$ €0.833.00 

190.000.00 

130.04^.00 

60.569.00 

2,.140.00 

231309,00 



$675,597.0 

92.346.00 
8,172.576.00 

rrmo.oo 

353.608.00 
29,050.00 
550.320.00 
167.000.00 
802.212.00 
399.500.00 
{».500.00 
146.000.00 



$10.870,912.00 
$250,000,00 



$113,108.00 

^ 195.883.00 

$308.991.0 

$4,766.00 

$563,735.00 



$44,166.00 



$4,945.<Xr- 



$941,681 



$325,985,00 




Burtau of Property MaintMi«# " 
Department of Stre^ and Highways 
Total Bond Fund 

Grand Total Estimated Expenditures 

Less: Interfund Transfers '■, ^ 
NET BUDGET t *#;'■ 



f no,ooo.oo 

1,005,000.00 
$1,115,000.00 

$27,854,138.0^ 
5.585.543ffi 
$22,268.S9S.W 



JcAn V. Fent^ 



Saturday, April Srd Is The Qay - d Until 6 Is Tlie Time 

At^l 7 Lasicin Road 

The Clothing Chest" 

our name; 

Clothing with a Personal Touch" 

is our aim 

CHOOSE FROM THE BEST OF THE HEW ENGLAND NAME BRANDS 



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Footwear by Prideline Traditipnals 
^^ Cmi» by Stanley Blacker 
^^ by Sol Newman 



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For Gentlemen & Their Ladies 

Leather Goods by Greenhall and Miller 
Ties by Reis of New Haven 
Bennudas by Slovin 
Blouse by Hill Day 



^fts% ft*ook House 
Bathing Suits by Kahah 
Rainwear by Bfisty Hiu*bor 



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MiMiaaBtaaBMfiBi 





VIRGINIA BEACH 



By DORIS PADRICK 

Are >^>ur yean making you old? The "youngest" people in 
Vifginia Bcac* 'betong to tftc OOLOBN YEAiRS O-UB, No need 
to sit at home ... no need to fc« lonesome ... the GoMen Years 
^re the bss't yeare. 

^rom tJw OOLl^&i YEARS CLUB comes news of their p«m. 
pw^qt, and futurfc tt^dvitiet. Excrpts {printed, courtjsy of the 
CkrtdcrtsYears' Roving ftepcrter 

"In Virginia fiMch, Virginia — the City by the Sea — there's 
« lovely brick edrffce at 36rt» and Pacific Avenue, known as ^ 
First Presbyterian Church. There the C/OLDEN YEARS CLUB, 
consisting of 30 or more mentbers, hold r^ular meetinp twice a 
month. ITie- Club was organized eight years or so ago, and for the 
past five yean, Mr. Haskeit has Ixen the presiding president. His 
charming daughter, Mrs. Parker, is the sponsor. ' 

The meetings arc opened with .a song and prayer, followed by 
a ^sincss session. Reports ar3 re^ by the secretary and treasurer; 
matters are brought up for discussion, and sometimes to a vote. 

To the sponsor goes a royal salute for her updcrstanding, 
tolerance, and untiring efforts in arranging for enterfainment such 
as lectures, bo^ reviews, sl'dps, games, out of town trips, and 
luncheons at nearby restaurants. Mr. Sivertsen always d:li?hts his 
listeners with talks and pictures when he returns from his naUve 




Denmark. 

The members ke2nly enjoy these meetings. It is a chance for 
one brief hour to let down their hair outside the family circle. Chil- 
dren, blcsi their hearts, are most ^ precious, but not j^aving ex- 
perienced advanced vears, they cannot always understand how 
necessary independence still can be. 

The mecdngs come to a close with the 'unbroken circue' — 
i^ining hands and singing "<jod Be With You Til We meet Ap.in.'* 

In addition to the entertainment provided at these meeting. 



much real pie 



^)4)o are 
aa i ns pir , 
face iife. A^ 
need acK mfln 



is derived from meeting other members, cx- 
and OQcaskual ^ipes. 

the seyvvc it 

fiid v^lfftRi 

to et^munity affairs. They afre 

to others by the courage with which they 

}f, if need be, that the mere ^ssing of years 

sfeat ... not just settling back in a rocking chair» 



spoiling graadchildren. and moaning about aches and pains. 




These Golden Years can be indeed as Robert Browning 
so aptly expressed it in verse, "The last of life for which tiie first 
was made" . . . from The Roving Reporter. 

Your "underaged" cokimqist attended the luncheon meeting 
with the GOLDEN YEARS CLUB at the ThundePbird Motor 
Lodge dining room last Thtirsday. It was a raw, cold and rainy day. 
Outside the turbulent surf rolled. But ajl was serenity and fun in- 
side. Happy companionship plus alert minds have produced a 
Golden Years Cl^ which is an inspiration to any age. 

So, if you have, been one of the "lonesome" ones, don't be 
any longer. Plan to attend their next meeting to be held at the 
Presbyterian Church. They are going to stimulate their creative 

How long has it been since you did or made someming 
unique? 
powers and see who can make the most "unique hat". 



Annual Auction Aids VB Hospital 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Oivalier Garden Club had its 
^> annual auction recently at the 
Princess Anne Country Club. 

With Mr. Maury Riganto of 
Norfolk as auctioneer, the bid- 
ding was lively and interesting. 
The items auctioned vyet-e varied 
and of fine quality and all bid- 
ders walked off with bargains. 
f There were lovely pieces of old 
cut glass, an antique schrfol desk, 
between the States, an old hump 
an 1861 edition of a newspaper 
depicting the history of the War 
back trunk, handsome vases and 
many more old as well as new 
items, including some erf the most 
OKKiern art. 

TTie pioceecb fr<Mi Ais anc- 
tion win go to the General Hos- 
jHtal erf Vii^ia Beacb. T^ auc- 



tioneer, Mr. Riganto, donated 
his time for this worthy charity. 

JUDO CLASSES BEGlll 

s 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Virginia Beach YWCA has an- 
nounced the beginnini! of Judo 
classes for men - and women, 
adults and teenagers, which start 
March 30 and will , continue 
every Tuesday evening from 7 
to 9 p.m. in Ae Virginia Beach 
High Sdiool gynmasium, for 
eight ^essioqs. 

The cpurse will be taught ^y 
a Navy instructor from Little 
Creek and the tost will be $8 
plus a "Y" member^ip. 

For fuller information, please 
caU Ac **Y" office at 428-8228. 



BEACH MAN HEADS 
OCtEAN RESEARCH GROUP 

VIRGINIA BEACH — ^ A ;mung Virginia Beach oceanogra- 
pber has been named director of a Coast and ONKletic Survey 
reieardi gKmp formed to study the ejects of wind, wnvtt, tides 
and currents on the nation's beM^hes and %a floor . 

Dr. Wyman Harrison, 34, a §^sk^m\ oceanographer attach^ 
to the office of Research and Development at th; Bureau's Rock- 
viUe, Md. headquarters, will direct the work throa^ the newly- 
eqi^ped Land and Sea Interaction Laboratory on York Street in 
Norfolk. 



The laboratory is one of the 
first of its kind to be devoted 
specifically to this field of re- 
hcarch: It is loczt-d at the C&GS 
Atlantic Ships Base and comes 
undfer the auspices of the U.S. 
D.'partncnt of Commerce, i 

'*One o( tfie pnmary ol^ee* 
tHts of our research,** Harri* 
son explaiaedt *'i%iU be a 
campleteiy avtomatic a ■ d 
compirterized system for fore- 
cttrting such iterss m b^Kh 
' erosion, .surf height and n«r- 
shore carreitf s <^or. s 24 hoars 
in advanrc. This will reouire 
adv&nced and expcrlneirtri re- 
search b remo'e seaaors, 
d'ia te'e^ctrv and highspeed 
d*^** an&lwls bv computere," 
Nature's i.-npact on America's 
beaches and nearshore ocean 
floor is of widespriad economic 
import:mce to many cotif^uni- 
ties and in'e'ests. Technic^joi 
developed for predicting th-: re- 
sults of winds, waves, currents 
and stcrm sur«5es wilf apply to 
ma'inj beanies, hrrbors. marin- 
as and a wide var'ety of epastal 
and cnntinentil shelf structures. 
important to Boatfaig 
T forecasting system would 
hold considerable significance 
for recreational boatins, ship- 
ping, marine engineering and 
other interests ofeconomic imr 

portance to the hatioii, 

Laboratory studies will also 
contribute to the work being done 
by government agencies and pri- 
vate industry in the field of "sea- 
floor engineering,' including the 
installation of navigational aids, 
the mining of raiherals f rom 4he 
sea and many other pro'ccls still 
in the planning stages. Research 
will aJso be done on sea level 
and cnntal movemwnts atong tiie 
' AlUf ifiF T ^gwt w«.-*<3 - past 
18,00« years. 

Hi^;fiNafHrfzed antihofity on , 
cOMMt' MlABib HvnaoB m 
nqMNlMUe tor rfx 
RpMli' on beach aad 
^ore ckMtes at Vir^Ua 
Beach. |mbii^ed by the Armv 
Coaatal E^JBeerin^ Research 

Since 1962 he has been an 
associate profes!»r of Marine 
Sciejice at the Virginia Institute 
of Marine Science, Gloucester 



Point, Va. and for two years 
served as first chairman* of the 
departntent of geology at the 
Norfolk College qf William and 
,Mary, now Old Dominion Col- 
lege. 

He resi.ies with his wife. Doris, 
and children. David and Steven,) 
at 1456 Ashley Drive. 




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V^RGIN1A BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1965 

secnoNB 




SCOUTS SEE 





CONSUL'S WIFE 
COLLECTS JUNK 

FT. STORY — Mrs. Rolf 
Williams, wife of the Swedish 
and Norwegian Consul in Nor- 
folk, was the guest speaker at a 
luncheon held recently by the 
Fort Story Officer's Wives Club, i 

Hostess for the affair was Mrs. 
Harry L. Watts, wife of Colonel 
Harry L. Watts, U.S. Army, re- 
tired. 

Mrs. Williams adHfessed the 
group on "The Joys of Jjunk 
Collecting" — that is. — col- 
lecting antique items at auctions 
and restoring them to their origi- 
nal beauty. 

She has the distinction of fac- 
ing the only woman to hold a 
top position on the Norfolk Fine 
Arts Committee, and she is also 
President of the Redland Gar- 
den Club in Norfolk and a mem- 
ber of the Historical Foundation. 

A graduate of William and 
Mary College where she majored 
in Art, Mrs. Williams has also 
studied at the University of Oslo 
in Norway, and the University 
of Mexi<So in Mexico City. 




MRS. WILLIAMS 



OCEANA — T w e n't y-two 
jun|ur (jirl Seouts, aa-«nn>anied 
by five adults visited the Beadt 
Hiblishing Corp. on Pacific Ave. 
recently as part of earning 
pohits towards a community 
badee and to sm the staff and 
^pr odoBtio a ot Virginw Beach's 
only home printed newspaper, 
THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN. 

The Junior Girl Troop No. 
2Q1 fropi Oceafna arrivecf late 
Wednesday afternnoon at die 
Virginia Beach Sun's news of- 
fice. After learning how the news 
is gathered, they were escorted 
to the cnmposinjj ro<im where 
they s'j.w the fascinating trans- 
formation of the typev/ritcn copy 
turned into lead printed slugs 
from the linotype niachir^. They 
also watched the workings of the 
Scanograver which aipies black 
and white photographs on plastic 
engravings.., to create the news 
pictures. Ar^ awesome sight and 
sound for the girls was the rum- 
bling and ground-shaking efforts 
of the big press turning out the 
newspipers "hot off the press." 

The print shop which pro- 
duces the commercial printing 
such as letter heads. Business 
cards, etc. was also explored. 

The troop leaders who ac- 
coni|)anied the junior girl scouts 
were Mrs. Carl Hampton, Mrs. 
Henry Skinner, and Mrs. Rsty- 
mond Szymanski. Also chaperon- 
ing were two mothers, Mrs. 
I'letcher Litchfied and Mrs.'Wil- 
son Crouch. 

Girls makingf the fact-finding 
trip were Debbie Kemp, I.ce 
.Ann Skinner, Barbara Water- 
field, Mar},'aret Skinner, Pauline 
Kemp, Jane Schindler, Jane Stoy, 
Christine Tamburino, Debbie 
Yow, Mary Stoy, Rene Preston, 
Susan Litchfield, Faith Van- 
Kleeck. 

Also Qieryl Byers, Vivian 
Hampton. Brenda Crouch, Grace 
Honey. Lydia overs, Roberta 
W^ise. Patty Simp.son. Margaret 
Beiler. Mari Szymanski, and 
Terfte Midgett. 



COLLISION 
INJURES 3 
CHILDREN 



MALIBU — A Virginia 
Beach housewife has been 
charged with reckless driving in 
a^car collision that caused in- 
juries to she and her three child- 
ren. 

Police said charges were 
placed against Mrs. Carol Carter 
of 417 Lineberry Drive after 
her car collided with one driven 
by Earl^allance of 61? Marilyn 
Drive at the intersection of Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard and 
.Mulibu Drive. 

Mrs. Carter received cotttUy 
sions of the rijht arm and back 
injuries. Also injured were 
Douglas Carter, Jr., 6, abrai- 
sions of the forehead and possi- 
ble concussion; Debra Carter, 7, 
lacerations of the scalp and 
temple and possible concussion; 
and Dorotht Carter, 9, lacerA- 
tions of the scalp. 

fttrolman Harold L. CrdwelT 
reported ' that Mrs. Carter was 
attempting \p make, a left hand 
turn against oncoming traffic pn 
Virginia Beach Boulevard when 
her car was struck in the right 
rear and side by Ballence's car. 

The officer said that Ballance 
left about 48 feet of skid marks 
and traveled approximately 20 
feet after impact. The Carter car 
was also pushed about 20 feet 
alter impact, he said. 

Each vehicjc received about 
$500ri« damages, C»o«^ said. 






Fire Conference 

VIRGINIA BEACH —'Five 
Vireinia Beach fire officials at>- 
tended the 4-day 37th annual 
Fire Department Instructors 
Conference held last week in 
Memphis. Tenn. to studv the 
latest fire prevention and control 
methods. 

Attending were Chief C. M. 
Davis, Little Creek Fire Deoart- 
ment and four officials of the 
Virginia Beach Borough Fire De- 
partment: Chief E. B. Bavne, 
Assistant Chief M. R. Mathias, 
Engineer iR. E. Washburn and 
Volunteer Deputy Chief J. W. 
Bailey. 



Ocean Hiway 
Assn. Cites 
Beach Events 



VIRGINIA, BEACH — Vir- 
ginia Beach's Easter sunrise serv- 
ice at Cape Henry, the Easter 
boardwalk parade and, April 28 
Garden Week tours are among 
the April events and attractions 
along the scenic and interesting 
Ocean Hiway between New York 
and Florida. 

A list of 61 April events along 
the coast, as compiled by the 
Ocean Hiway Association, in- 
cludes, flower shows, tours _ of 
historic homes and plantations, 
gaif tournaments, fox hunts, 
sports shows, music concerts, 
fishing rodeos, civic ballets, art 
shows, antique shows, and festi- 
vals. 

Also to be seen are spectacu- 
lar displays of colorful azaleas 
and other spring flowers at world 
famous^ garden Estates of Nor- 
folk, Va., Wilmington, N.C, 
Charleston, S.C. ftnd other areas. 
Other coastal attractions include 
visits to a number of national 
shrines and monuments. 

An Ocean Hiway illustrated 
strip map and motorists guide, 
as well as a list of things to do 
and see on the route this spring, 
can be obtained free from the 
Ocean Hiway Association. -P. O. 
Box 167, Virginia eBach, Va. 



PHELAN REELECTED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Hun- 
ter C. Phelan, Sr. has been re- 
elected to" the board of directors 
of Colonial Stores, Inc. at the 
recent stockholders annual meet- 
ing held in Norfolk. 

Colonial Stores, Ins, plan to 
spend a record 1 1 million dollars 
on capital improvements this 
year. Included in the program 
will be five new supermarkets 
scheduled in the company's Nor- 
folk Divisbn with three existing 
stores to be enlarged and nme 
others to un(fergo major re- 
modeling. 



Band^s Friend 



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1 he Princess Anne Woman's Club of V irgmia DMn pr^ent a check to w 
ginia Beach High School band's special project. JLeft to right arc Mrs. J. I^uglas Wiiam, 
president of P. A Woman's Club; Mrs. Sunley Ifcward, treasurer; Carol Hoggard of VBHS, 
and Mra, R, Q. Thom^n, chairman of tKp^an d's Special Project. (attiff i*oto by PaiM^) 



); Mrs. I^b! 
an of th^a 




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Naa«^tos 



Abduction And 
Aobbenr Report 



VIRGINIA BEACH-^Pblicc 
are investigating an abduction 
and robbery that reportedly took 
place late Wednesday at 17th 
Street and Cypress Avenue. 

Thomas L. Harp, 27. of I'. 
Caribtean Avenue told poflce 
Thursday that a young man 
carrying a gun forced his way 
into Harp's car about 11:15 p.m. 
as he was drivihg east on J7th 
Street. 

He said they drove to the 
north end of the^ beach and back 
and picked dp another man at 
27th Street and Atlantic Avenue. 

The second man went through 
Harp's coat, he reported, and 
took $23 in cash, a cigarette 
lighter and a, ring.. Harp said he 
was forced to drivt the men to 
Fort Story where he let them out. 

The report is bein? investigat- 
ed by Detective A. E. Smith. 



38th ANNUAL EASTER 
JsilNRISE SERVICE AT 



FT. fFCM^Y — HArmnfemsnts lege, a B.D. from Princeton, N.^ 
have been completed for the 38th i Theological Seminary and • 



=:«?= 



eniy i:;r«ss,^^brdin«f Jivimfy tiatdsarH 
to Chaplain (Ist Lt,) John C. 
Bailey. Jr., the Protestant Chap- 
lain of Fort Story. The service is 
»AedulMi to begui at 6:30' a.m. 
Easter morning. 

The main speaker ^r the serv- 
ice will be Chai^ain (Li. Col.) 
Harold B. Lavw)n from the 
Army's office of the Chief of 
Chaplains in Washingto^i where 
■he is the Personnel Management 
sflffficer. 

Chaplain Lawson holds a 
p.A. from Bloomfield, N.J. Col- 



Forrestal's New CO 

VIRGINIA BEACH-^apt. 
Howard S. Moore of Vi^inia 
Beach became the Uth com- 
manding officer of the USS For- 
restal Saturday morning when he 
relieved Capt. Michael J. Han- 
ley Jr. in a ceremony aboard 
ship at the Norfolk Naval Base. 

Capt. ^loore resides at 924 
General Stuart Drive with his 
wife, Patricia, and three children, 
Valerie^ \1, Nancy, 12, and 
Cory, 8. 




, kH ADDRESS? BETTER READ THIS! 

If you have not received your registration card from 
Division of Motor Vehicles, chances are your address has , 
been changed and the Post Office cannot deliv'er them accord- 
ing to postal ' regulations. You must have your registration 
in order to purchase a 1%5 license tag and the April 15 dead- 
line is just around the corner. If you have a new address, fill 
in the form below and send immediately to : Division of 
Motor Vehicles, P.O. Box 1298, Richmond, 10, Va. 



PLEASE MAIL 1965 APPLICATION FOR LICENSE TO: 



NAME 

ADDRESS 

CfTY STATE 

,19...... LIC€NSENO ...*... 

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MAKE OF CAR IDENT. NO. 



F.S. 87 (D) 



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frttn Yato 

[0w 'Ha^^ 

Conn. 

Odier («r^ns taking pa^ ^ 
die service ys: Cha^mMl 
Col.) Richard E. ^^^iwi^ 
Chaplain of the 4ih Tnttspor^- 
tion Terminal Osmmwd at Ft 
Euttiij^ Va., the Rewvend 
Overly Felty, IHistor of 
ginia Beach Methodist 
Chaplain ^CDR) Ybrry < 
ler, Oiaplain of the N«w^|^ 

KMbk>us Base at Little Cni^ tki 
leverend Swnu Pcf<^, 
of Bayskle Church; the %t 
L. W. Chase, paster trf 
Olive Bi^fMist Qiurch; ^ ^e$ 
aiKl Sdmund Berkek^, 

of Gallilee Epteofal \ 

and Oiaplain (Isl Lt.) Jsdba 
Ba^ of F^ort Story. 

Musical selections w^I be 
vided by the cho\n of Ikxt 
and Little Creek. 

In past years, such ■ Aot4b)ias 
as Governor William Jv^. <rf 
\1rginia; Vice President Alfafik 
Barkley, Governor Edwin Btam 
of Virginia, Genwal Mark Clar^ 
United States Army, and SeiJjH^ 
Sam Raybum have taken part m 
the religious ceremony. In 193f, 
President Herbert Hoover ta* «• 
pfigriraage to die It^^ 

ip 1938, Congress passed a 
bill making Cb^ Henry a payt 
of the Colonial Park System. The 
granite cross was ^lited by^'^ 
National Society of the Daugjiten 
of the American Colonists on 
AjMfl 26, 193$t Tie croas is k 
memorial on the spot where th^ 
Jamestown scftlers firat teq d^ 
on the shores of the NcvT'i^ttt 
on April 26. 1607. Tl* ra^ 1 
named after Henry, Prince o| 
Wales, son ^ King James 1. ^ 



DE Con^rertce Sei 

VIRGINIA BEACH — ^ 
larse group of Distributive Edu- 
cation students from Vir<TBia 
Beach will attend the 22no 
annual Leadership Conference 
of state DE chib% to bf held this 
week-end at the Hotel Chamber- 
linin Fat Moprt^,^ 

the , studeiits w^ re'»reM!p 
Princess Ann;*, Kell!»m Vir«»'nit 
Beach and Frank W. Co% Hi 
Schools. 

Two Cox Hi^ Itfiool 8t 
dents, Andrea Kelly aad 6to« 
betfi Prfce, will e^npeto 
ftate htmmn at Arb mmi^ 
already won di^ict hoptff. $^ 
Winers wUl be mBisamsA at m 







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6:13 p.iB. 'n«iain| UbIob 
7:JU p.111. — Evmmt tevloe 
Evwint Senricei 30 mkwtN k^ 
May IS . Sai tt 15. 

HAlittUK BATIUrr CUUItCH 

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mi m viidi 0iv(L, Norfolk, Va. 

mm M. hte, Paator 
^Ml Bin.— aiMiidky Scbooi 
n«9V'*A.~l4otaii« Worship 

MO *^.— fMlMnfi^ hour. 

7^ Mit-<i^««lil« Santfcaa 

GiACE BBETiflUlN CHURCH 

Graat Neck ttt Hilltop 
A. HaraM Anta#M ^ 

10:00 aJD.— Sunday Sofaotd 
il.-OO ajD.— Wcm^ Service 
7:30 pjn. — Evenmt Sen^s*. 



MAiSTAS FUNERAL HOME 

VUI^MIA SEA(^. VIRGINIA 
MONt 4S»411I 



V u_imiJIfr OLIVE ^^„.. 

RAniST CHURCH 
Kav. T. M. WaUw, Paata*^ 

9:30 a.111.— Chureb Sdiool 
ll;no ajn.— -Monimt WcHaUp 
7:30 pi^ — fiveoing Wonhip 



OAK GROVE lAPIKT CHURCH 

Back Bay. Viisfaua 
Alvia St. Chmr, Koitar 
9:4S a-ffi.— CfaiuxA Sckod 
11^ ajB.,— Moroiiv Woniilp 



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UBLB BAPnST CHURCH 

Graanwell lUL A Lakemw Dr. 

Bayaide. ViqNa 

Rav. David Maai«, Paaiaf 

9:45 a4n.— SuadMr Sdmol 
11:00 ain.— Monfai Wonhip 
1:45 pjiw—EvMiiag Worsliip 



ST. lOHKrS BAFnST C»UlKa 

Prio oMa A noe ^OoMt Itooge 
RaT> Bkwa ■• PhIbMi Phmv 
10:00 a.m.— Sunday Sciuot 
11:00 ajn.— Moniit« Wonhip 
6:00 P.IB.— B.T.U. 
7:00 pjn.— Eveoiag Wonhip 



St. MATTmw*B 

CATHOLIC CHtHCn 

lOtO Sandra Lane, Vltlfcrtt ftmA 

Patkcr OWM art Father Fladity 

Sumner Maaaea: 7:30. 9:00. lOJO 

and 1S:00 
Confesikn tm^ Saturday 4:00 p.m. 
to 5:00 ftjn. and 7:00 to IKW pm. 
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'^^ OCEANA CHURtai 

OFTIffi NAZARENE 
S. Coint Houae Rd., Oceana. Va. 

Paul A. Aldrich, Patar 
9:45 a.in.— .^tiiday Sdhooi 
10:45 ajB.— Momii^ WonUp -~~^ 



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ALX. FOR THK CHURCH 

Th* Oiurdi k tha iraaUst (li&.^ 
tor on Murth for the building of 
ehfracter and food citiunship. 
It ta • itonhouse of f piritual v^ 
M*. Without a (trong Churdi. 
nilrtiM- dwnocracy nor civilisa* 
tioa cul mrvive. Tba* an four 
■oond nuom why avMr panon 
■hould attend cervicei ngularljr 
m^ aupport the Church. Thar 
■la: (1) For bb own aaka. (2) 
tv Iita diiidm'a laka. (3) For 
tha aaka of hit eommaniiy an4 
mttdM (4) Fat tha aaka of Ijbtts 
CkatA itaalf, which naada Ua 
moral and matarial aappoti. 
Plan to go to chnzelk tagnlaalr 
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When the buds burst into |ra«il» flower, and their 
breath is everywhere, and a wanning breeie caresses the 
cold, damp earth , . . this is more than Spring. This ^ 
tlte time of Promise. 

For these same festive branches shaU lift, a precious 
burden of fruit when the red-gold mantle of h^est falls 
across the land. ' . 

When human souls awaken to tiie reveilk of faith, 
and hymns and prayers fill the arches of heaven, and thtt^ 
warmth of an ageless hope reaches frtnn heart to hearty 
,, , this is more than Lent - 

For the faith which blossoms today will bear its owa ' 
precious fruit. I^el Joyl Peace! The harvest of soida 
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BAPTIST CHmKH 

Loodon BtUat, Vir 
G. Eitvwd 
9:45 ajn.— Sunday Sohotd 
11:00 ajn.— MaralDf Wondiip 
6s30 pJi.Tl«ililaK Unioo 
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FREEWILL BAPTETT CHURCH 

Bi Priwxai Anne County on Hgy 615 
Ml mile past Oceana Air Sti^km 

on itebt 
T. I. Th^ei Sm^t « MUaler 
9:45 ajn:— Sunday School 
11:45 a.m.— Wordiip Servipe 
7:S0 pjn. — Evening Service 

KEMPSVILLE BAFIIST CHURCH 

7120 Ketnpsviye Road 
A. D. Meant. Patlor 
9:45 a.Bi.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.a).— Momiiic Wonhip 
8:00 p.B>. — Eveoiat W orship 

thalialyNn 
baptist church 

Rav. Robert- N. Wallace, Paator 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining 
Princesa Anne High School 
8:S0 a.m. — Morning Worship 
9:30 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.ni. — Morning Worship 
NFIR9T COtXlNIAL 
BAPTIST CHLlHai 
929 Pint CotoM Ro*d 
Geoffe T. l^alilMP. fariar 
9:4$ a.m.— Sumhy School 
llKw a.m.— Morning Wor^ 
6:30 p.in.— .TraiAiag Union 
7:30 p.m. — Eveninl Wonhip 
7:30 pjn.<-ldlid-wcek lervice. Wed. 



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FELLOWSHIP BAPIWr CHURCH 

419 Glemock Road, Norfolk 2, Va. 
«^' Key. Canrka T. Bndrkka, Pastor 

■■I 9:4s a.m.-<:hurdi School 
11:00 a.ni. — ^Morning Wteship 
7:30 p.in. — ^EvMiog Wor^ 



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GREGORY niE GREAT 
CATHOUC CHURCH 

7271 VhnMa BMch Blvd. 

iter. Danriaa AbbatfctMo. 05.B. 

MaaiMK 6:30. 8:00.9:30, 11:00. 12:30 

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BLACKWATER BAPTVI . 
CHURCH 

Rev. Ralph L, Hora 
10:00 a.m.--3uoday School 
11:00 AAi.— Mhrnllnk Wdi^ 
'^Rving CkxS and the Cbmmua% 
of BhckMtar Siaoe 1784r 



VIRGINIA BEAOI 
MEiliOOlST CHtJRCH 

207-18IB SMet 
tti^. BcvHiy Fdfy 
8:30 ajn.— Wonh^ Service Suouner 

MooUw 
9:45 a4n.-<3ranA School 



IaBERNACXE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne. Viiginia 
Rev. P. S. Shall, Miniater 
9:43 a.ni. — Ouirch School 
11:00 a.m.— ^Morning Worsh^ 



THALLi METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Avct & Ve. Beach Blvd. 
WilliaiB I.. Aakor, Paator 

9:45 a.ni. — Suaday School 
10:45 a.m.— Worship 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Vuyii^ Beach Boulevard. Lynnbaven 
Doi^las Ebert^ pastor 

8:45 a.m. and 11 a.ni. — service! 
9:45 a.m.-rChurch School 
6:30 p.m.— -Youth Foljowihip 



BEECH GROVE 
METHODIST CHURCS 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. Jackaon, Paator 
10:00 a.m.— Church School 
11:15 a.m. — Morning Worship 



FRANaS ASBURY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

' Great Neck Road 

LeRoy Davit, Miniater 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— MOTTiingf^orshyj 



SCOTT MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

409 Firtt Colonial Road 
Rev. H. Wark Curry, Paator 

9:45 a.m.— Obureh School 
11:00 a.m.— Moridng Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Youth Feilowship 



HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
MF.THODIST CHI IRCH 

4713 Haygood Road 
Jrans d Loag, Jr.. Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — ChiiJrch School 
11:00 a.m, — Morning Worship 



HAYGOOD METHODBT 

CHIMCH, 

R149 Bay*ore Road 

Sdtedulc nf Scrvicaa 

Each Sartay 

Worsfclp Serviwa: 8:30 ajn, 9:45 

a.m., and 1 1 a.m. 
Church School for aQ age groups 

9:45 a.m. , 
Second s^siida of Church School at 
1 1 a.m. for ctrihlrbn up Uirough 7tli 
vade and adults. 
M«hodist Youth Fellowship: 7 p.m 
for young people — 7rti, 8th and 9th 
grades m JunKw High Groi^t aad 
10th grade< up tot Senior Group, 
niencte , weioomed. 



KNQTTi Island 

METHODNT CHURCH 
Knmt« T^nd, N.C. 

Robert C. Nidi, Mwite 
10:00 a.m.~^n^ Sbhodl 
llsM un»>V«nttp Swioa 



BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Dnve at Trea^re Island Dr. 

Baysade 

Raymond E. Muaaer, Miniater 

8:3U & 11 a.m. — Worahip Service 

9:45 a.m. — &inday School 



CSARITY METHODIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia. 
Rev. WUUam A. Mo<hi, Jr. 

10:00 a.m.— Church Sobool ^ 

ll:QU a.m. — Morning Worship 

SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Rev. Frank D. James 

10:00 a.m.— Morning Woranip 
11:00 a.m.— Church School 
7:30 pjo.— Youth FeUovyship 



COMMUNTTY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acredak — Kempsville 
ReT. John L. Kibler, Jr. 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
(1:00 a.m. — Morning Wor^ip 
7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship 

LYNNHAVE1>f METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
lev. Oacar V. Ro^rifues, Pastor 

0:00 a.m.— Ghurch School 
L1:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 



.EKIES METHODIST CHURCH 
SS60 Virginia Beach BItA ■ 
Rev. C. Katon Gray 

Sarly Worship Service 8:30 a.m. 
Jhurch School 9:45 a.m. 

■.,ate W^orship Seirice 11:00 a.m. 
foth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. 

BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. Jatkaon, Paator 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 



PLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 

Herbert G. Hobbs, Partor 

9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Service 
t:00 p.m.— Youth Fellovrehip 

iT. AIDANT , 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Meeting in Kiitg's Ghnant Elemeitfary 

school) 

Phobc 341-i73d 

Rev. L. J. Taylor, Jr., Vicar 

1:15 — Holy OminKinion (1st and 3rd 

Sundays each month) 
9:15 — Church School (concurrent 

Witt services) 
Mdmihg Prays' 2tHi and 4th Sundays 

EHSCOPAL CHCkcH 

449 Wikh Duck Road, Wayside 

8:00 am.— Holy ComnHinion 

(Excfcpt during reclK's vacation) 

10:00 ajn.— MoTQulg. Prayer aod 

Serihoo, (Holy Opmnbiildh on 

fii4 mim M each nwnth.) 



NIMMO METHODlrr CHURCH 

Princess Ame, Vin^ia 
Rev. Frank D. James 

10:15 a.m.— Church Sobool 
ll:15*ajn.— Morning Worshv 



Timn,E EMANUEL 

25th jndJteMk. VinniU Beach ' 
PhOiinnacaBrRaMI ' 
am — Ser^ces Mon.-Fri. 
8:15 ;)jn.— Frkiay-Sabbath Servkee 
10:00^ am— Sat.-Safahoth Service 
8:00 a.m.— Services Sunday 



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EMANUAL 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Keaaatk A. Price, Paator 

Lynn Shores Drite 
at Va. Beach Blvd. 
9:10 a.m. — Sunday Choreh 

School. 
10:30 a.m. Worship Service 

(nuraery prodded) 
6:30 p.m. — Luther League 



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EVANGEUCAL LUTmUN 
CHURCH of the GOOD WEFHERO 

1489 Laskin Bond 
Rev. Dickson W. Tajlar . 

9:30 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Luther L«agae 

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LUTHERAN CHUlKai 

_^ Baylake Pines, Baytiite +^ • 
Kenneth R. Carbn^h, PisMi * 

8:16 a.m. — Worship Service 
9:30 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Service 

PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURiCH 

\ (Missouri Synod) 

424 Kfaigs GratN.Roa4 
Rev. J. Efancr Medley, Piitar 

8:00 ajn. — 0ivtne Worship 

9:15 a.m.— Sunday School and 

Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m.— IXvinie Worship 
doly C^HnmuniiMi— 1st ud 3rd 
Sunday. 

KTHO'S GRAIST 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now mtctHos in the ling's Grant 
Elementaiy School) 
Raymond C. HMw, Pastor 
9.50 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 ajn.— Momios Worship 

BAYffiDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near Robbtas Comer 
Rev. J. £. Johnson, IMHf 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday ScHHL 
il:uu a.m.— Mormng Wmll9 



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SALES A SERVICE 
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GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Pacific— GA 8-3573 
The Rev. Edmund Beifcely, Rector 
The Rev. Macon B. Walttm^ AssistanI 

8 a.m. — ^Holy Communion every 

Sunday 

9 a.m.— Morning prayer and 

Sermon. (Holy Com- 
" uuniOn every 4th Sun- 

' day-) 
10 a.m. — Church School ilasses. 
11:16 a.m.' — Morning: prayer and 
Sermon (Holy Commun- 
ion every 1st Sunday.) 



ST. FRANCIS' 
EPISCOPAL MISSION 
MTV. Clayton E. Cr^gn 

Vkar4B-Charge 

609 Rosement Road 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
9:15, a.ni. — Church Sdiooi 
10:15 ajn.— WwriJJp Service 
Nuneiy Provide 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rev. Ckarlea R. McGinley. Rector 

8:00 A.M. — Holy Communion 
10:00 AJ^. — Holy Communion 
(1 & 3 Sun.) 

Morning Prayer (2 & 4 Sttn.) 
Church School follows the 10:00 
A.M. Service. Nursery service is 
available. 



iAStERN SHplkB CHAPEL 

B. Shhiey^*£3in, Rktor 

8:00 8.m. — Holy Coaimuni(« 
9:00 a.m.— Family Service and 

Morning Prayer (3rd Sunday 

Holy Communion) 
11:00 a.m.— MormiHtnMvr, assmon 

(1st Sunday H^ CdhitMidtia) 



srr. NICHWJA ^ 

CATHOLIC ^fnClt 

Uttle Neck Rd, Khtfs^aiilill 
, Rev. Nicholas X^BBim 
StmOay Masses 8:30 and 10:S0 a.m. 
Confessions: 4 to 6 d.ra. SihMn 
Oatechkm Class: 10 10 12 mum 
BafOism: After 8:30 8.m. M«Mi 

otar'ot 

CATHOUC 

14th St. and Ai 
Rev. pnuicls 
Suall^ 
Wintar 8:00. 9:3i 
Summer (June 1 • 
. 7:00. 8:00, 9:00, 
Holy Lteys, 6:00. 

6:30 pm. ^^ , .^ . 

ConfeMons. 4:00 to iM mi ^M U 
_. 8:00 s-m. Sakirda^ 
WeeUay Mpm. ^ffMer, 6-M, l:4S 
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THALLi 
PRESBYTERIAN 

Now meetii^ m 
.Hialia Elementary 
Ining R. StnUn. 

9:30 a.m. — Morning 
10:45 a.m. — Church 




BOW CREI 
PRESBYTKtIAN I 

Rosemont Road and 
Wentz J. MOIer. 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday 
11:00 a.m. — Thnroh .*!cr 
LYNNHA^ 
PRESBYTERIAN 

Lynnbaven Vilt 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, jb 

9:45 a.m.— Chtirch SchOW. 
a.m.— Morning Wdrayp 
p.m.— Youth Felk>iJlR^ 
p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
p.m. — ^Evening Worah^ 




VtRGiHlA ttfeACH BLV&. At OtiAllA 

Country Cored Bacoii, ttahta 4 SiiOHkiMi 
Fr«fth Frtiiil, ¥fi«iihbieli 
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CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Araoooa Boulevard 
M. Bkuid DiMley, MkiMer 

• 8:30 a.m. — Worship aod Churdi 

School 
9:30 a.m.— Worship aod C3Mii«h 

School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship and Church 

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Pacific Avenue at 38th Stieet 
9:45 a.m.— Chi(reh Sctool 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
6:00 pjn. Youth Fellowships 
7:30-8:00 p.m. — Sunday eveninl 
Qiapel Vesper Service 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First Street Glenrock,. Norfolk 
E. CrowcB Co«^, PMor 
9:45 am — Chuhdi Schod 
11:00 a.m. — Momii^ Worship 
6:30 p.m.— What-Nots Feliowddp 
6:30 p.m. — Mone^ FeHowship 
6:30 p.m.— Young People's FeRow- 



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two ECHOIC 
SCHOLARS 

THALIA — Two Princ«i 

Anne Hi^ School saibn Isaw 
he^n accept^ for tfie Eoh^k 
Scholtre jH'^rain at Ac Uni- 
vereky of Virginia. 

They are iRichaitJ Dailcy, 
valedictorian of the senior claw, 
and Ramiall Henderson, jm^i- 
dent of the Student Coopera- 
tive Association. 

The program is open by invi- 
tation only to students who l»ve 
been accepted at the University 
of Virginia and excuses ct^ch 
from the first yew course in 
Engli'ti and mathematics to 
allow time for additional e^- 
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'HAM'S' ELECT 

VIRGINIA BEEACH — A 

new slate of officers were recent- 
ly elected by the Virginia Beach 
Amateur Radio Club. 

The officers and their call let- 
ters are: Donald Oreenwalt, 
W48MP. president; Wallace Bur- 
kett, WA4N0T. vice president; 
John Franke. WA4WDL, secre- 
tary; Ernest Franke, WA4WIMC. 
treasurer: and Curtis Lumsden, 
W A4 M F W, communications 
officer. 

The Rroup meets the first and 
third Wednesday at the Civil De- 
fense iRadio Headquarters at 
London Bridge. Persons interest- 
ing in joining may contact one of 
the officers. 



CPO GRADUATES 

chirf petty officers received di- 
plomas recently from the Petty 
Officer Lea<kraiip Academy at 
Little Creek. 

They were C. B. ' Crossno. 
5; M. tW^sen Jr.'. F. J. Einfeldt 
J. D. McCoy, T. P. Ratcliff, J. C. 
Reeves Jr., C. E. Bergstrom, 
R. W. Hodges, W. A. Langen- 
walter, C. D. Pamell, T. A. Rol- 
lins and B. A. Truskoski. 
General 

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1-18 Phclon Re-elected 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUH Thursday/ April 1, 1965 

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■y i. R. "DICK" COCKRELl^ JR. 



The Naval Air 'Reserve Training Unit in Norfolk has its share of Thomas L. Goodwins 
— ^there are three of them in the Weekend Warrior team and all hail from the same family. Here 
Ensign M. O. Smith (right) swears in the latest member. ITtomas L. Goodwin IJI, a student at 
Princess Anne High Sdiool, while his graiWfather (left), Thomas, Sr..^and father, Thomas. Jr.. 
look on. Thomas, Jr., of 505 TaWan Court, Virginia B;ach. is a planner and estinWIor at the 
Norfolk Air Station and became a Navy Reservist onjan interservice transfer from thC-Air Force 
Reserve. Thomas, Sr. was sworn in back in 1947. With Thomas Ill's recent enlistment, thi Navy 
Reserve r^lly b^^me a family affair. (Navy Photo) 




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can you ^ei 
that 

1. WUl work overtinie without 
extra pay? ^ 

2. Win take care of a thousand 
errands and never complain? 

3. Is always ready to be of service? 

4. Will never speak unless spoken to? 



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JAMES J. GROWLING, JR. 

CADET CROWUNC;^= 

AMONG FINAL Trainees 

WACO, Tex. — A Virginia 
Bii^ch man was one of 21 cadets 
in the last training group to foe 
graduated from the soon to be 
closed James Connally Air Force 
Base in W^o. 

James Joscfrfi Growling Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. James J. 
Crowlingof 3181 Adam Keeling 
Road, Virginia Beach, graduated 
from Princess Anne High S:hooI 
in 1960 and majored in mathe- 
matics at Old Dominion College 
in Norfolk for three yfcars; 

He is no\^ attending a 3-week 
survival training course in Reno. 
Nev. and jupon completion of 
that will be stationed at Seward 
Air Force Base in Na^ville, 
Tenn. ' 



Churbl) Listings Cont'd. 



?:45 a.m,— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.-rMorninfl Wprsditp 
'7:30 p.np. — Evan^lutic Service 



«*l^ CHUilCH OF CHmfl 

Back Bay, Va. 
HA Dmn, Mialito " ' 

•0:00 «jn.— Bible Sotiool 
ll;00 ».in. — Morning Worshif) 
7:30 pm.— Evening Wor^ip 



CHURCH OF CHRHT 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd., Oc«uii^ Vs. 
Roy N. Wilaoa, MioMter 

10:00 ajp.- Bible Study 
11:00 ajn. — Mormng W»rshlf» 
7:00 p.in. — Evening Worship 



FiRsrr CHURCH OF omasn 

SCIENTKT * - «' 

' 209 - 20th St -^ a»=^ 

9:30 ajn.— Sunday Schod 

11:00 a^n.— ClHiroh Service *«**- 

S:00 pan.— Wednea<tay SerHit^^ 



OCEAN PARK .^5-^ 
COMMUNITY CHURCH 
PmI E. McCvlkwi^, Th.M.. FmI«i 

Du Pont Circle. Bay side. V* ., 
9:45 a-m.— Bible School 
11:00 a^n. — Morning WoraMp 
7:30 pjn.-^Pwnily Night Servfee 



PEMBROKE MANOR ,_ 
UNITKD CHURCH 

. (Congregational Christian) 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Rev. Charles F. Pcgram, .\«i^ta» 

9 30 a.m.— Cnuich School ; 
ft:30 



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"♦' ST. AIDAN'S 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
King'* Grant Rd. it Edinburgh 0r. 
Study 341-373n — Office 340-64S9 
R«v. L. J. Tavlor, Jr., Vicar 
8 a.m. — Holy roiimunion\ 
10a.m, — Family Service -^ 
Holy Communion 1st & 3rd Sun. 
Morning Prayer other Sundays 
Church School concurrent with 
_^ . Family Jftifvice 



VIRGINIA BEACH I 
OOMMUNTTY CHAPEL 

La/tkin Rd. Uikhom Rav 
R«T. Ricbard Woodward, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday Schod 
11:00 a.ffl. — bforaii^ Worship 
l':30 a.m.— ChilKken'a ChuroD 

7:30 pm. — Evening Service 



FRTCNOS MEETINI^ 

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Ht\ MARK A.M.E. dHURCH 

Qceana 

Rev. D. P. Felton, Paator 

9:30 a.m.— Sunday School ft' 

11:00 a.m.— Worship Service 



LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHVRCH 
(Cengragalianal Christian) 
Graat Nack Road near Shore Ur. 
The Rev. Tho. H. Britton, Miaittar 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:.10 p.m. — Pilfirrim, Fpllow<hip 
Nn-i""rv for small chil.lren 
lNJBURBA?t CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 
•II Lobough Ave.. Bellamy Manor 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
Rev. I. Frederick Pa**^ 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday Sdiod 
I -ftA a •»» — Momine Worehti* 



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DIAMOND SPRINGS 
CHRIS'nAN CHURCH 

DMcdplcs <rf Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 

Near Little Creek Ferry 

G. DavW Shreevcs, Pastor 

8:45 a.m. — \Vors^iip ServiM 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday Schook 

11:00 a.m. — Worshw Service 

6:30 p.m. — Youth Oroupt 

BAYSDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

, (Conventional) 
Shores Drve and Oreenwcll Road 
Eari 1^ Farrell, l^linister 

'*:45.i.m.~Worehip Service 

d:45 a.m. — Sunday SchooL ■"■' 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH 

Now Meeting At 

John B. Dry Elemerttary Sehool 

J. Stanton Blain, Paator 
Morning Worship — 10:00 A.M. 
Chtirch Sehool— 11:15 A.M. 



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ARAONA BAPTIST CHURCH 

Now Meeting In Louite Luxford 

Elementary School 

N. C. CLIFTON, Pa.tor 

9:45 am.— ^Sunday Sehoor 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
0:30 p.mi — ^Training (Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. "Prayer Meeting 



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CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. GARY B. THOMPSON 

Minister 

9 :45^ a.m.— Sunday School 

11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 

5:4.5 p m. — Vesper Service 

6:30 p.m. — Training- Union 



NAMED TO HONOR GUARD 




Cadet Craig H. Tbzier. of 
1441 E. Bayshore Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach, has been named to 
the Anthony Wayne Legion 
Guard, the honor piilitary unit 
at Valley Forge MiUtary Acad- 
emy, Wayne, Pa. 



'llu (iiajoriiy of strawberry 
specimens received at the Vir- 
ginia Tech Plant Diseas; Clinic 
last ycas^wcre infc;:tcd %\i!h black 
root rot, a term we use \o de- 
scribe a disease condition, 

It is usually the result of 
several contributm3 factors. 
Roots of the affected plants are 
black throughout with few, ifany 
healthy laterals. Some of the 
roots mav have patches or areas 
that arc darker than the re>t. In 
some insiances, a cross se:tional 
examination will TjCVC-iI that th2 
inner "core" nifty still be alive. 
The exact nature of black 
root rot is not well understood. 
It is known, however, to Ik* 
associal:^d ^ith soil-born; funei. 
drought conditions, p o o r I v 
draineJ soils, nematodes, heavv 
fruiting, mile injury, virus dis- 
eases, winter injury, or any other 
condition that would cause root 
damage or a generally weakened 
plant. 

^,. FrequjiUly some of the fac- 
tors contributing to black root 
rot may be traced to the soil and 
its preparation.' Strawbcri^ do 
best in a fertile, sandy loam tha> 
is well drained and has a 'PH 
between 5.5 and 6.5. If plan'"- 
are set in poorly adapted soiP 
and if good practic^s-^re rto* 
followed they will not grow well 
and they'll be more susceptible 
to various soli organisms asso- 
ciated with black root rot.' 

Weak roots may suffer further 
damagj if greater than normal 
stress is placed upt)n the damaged 
root systems. This frequantly Oc- 
curs during period.s of heavy 
fruiting or drought. The roots 
may not ^e able to satisfv the 
dtfhands of the plans and cftnse- 
qu%ntly die. 

Some steps to^tt^ifgN^lp 
prevent black root rot are: 

S;lect fertik, snn^ loam soil 
that is vreil ilrainedif , 

Plant healthy, \^rus-free plants 
from sources free of black rot 
amf/nr nernatocfes. 

Set out plants carefully about 
one month after the average date 
of the last killing frost. 

Remove buds and blossoms 
from newly set plants and cuhi- 
vate carefully. 

Maintain effective control of 
insects and diseases. 

In soils where nematodes are 
a serious problem, fumigation 
with a nematocide may be p^it- 
ablfc. ^ s 

Mulch the plants r.-? --ly in 
late fall. 

-Avoid excessive use of fcrtiliz- 
>r. ~ ' 

Need For Consery«»tion 
of Water Resources Grows 
Did you knoy/ that it takes 
15,000 gallons of water to pro- 
duce a single automobile, about 
145,000 gallons to produce one 
ton of raw foodstuffs, and that 
the production of steam uses 
water at the ratio of one tlrousand 
parts water to one of coal? 

The American A^ociation for 
the Advancement of Science, in 
a recent water use study, found 
that current water usace in the 
U.S. is about 218.000,000.000 
eallons pe^ day! 

And these rates are expected 
to double In <he Jtext 20 years! 
Farmers in the Eaft are used 
to high rainfall conditions and 
it is hard for them to understand 
the enormous quantities of water 
used in Western irrigated agri- 
culture. The combined use of 
water for irrigation by only 
5,000,000.000 gallons pet day. 
There's ample evidence that 




SAIL RACES 
PLANNED 

VIRCiINIA BHACH — TTie 
Broad Bay Sailjns Association 
net recenth? at the Bay Harbour 
Club to make preliminary plans 
for/the popular Sunday afternoon 
races. 

The races will start on Mav 2 
and continue through October 
17. Warm^-up races will be held 
durine Mav; the soring series 
will start in June: the summer 
series in July and Auwst; and 
the fall series in September and 
October. 

All races will be held on 
Broad Bay and each series will be 
highlighted by a special event, 
such as moonlight sails or c<»k- 
oirts. 



water 4)roblems arc growiiw ,-*• 
not only in the parched WpUt 
but here in the Eairtf As ^ 
suit of the rather e 
droughts which have OccM 
Virginia during recent 
most of us have el^r\sn 
costly and frustrating i^ 
of water shortage in drte 
another. 

May I point out that tf^ 
problems persisted despite Var- 
giriia's normally cKcUent rain- 
fall pattern, her exceptionally 
fine network of surface ar«J hct 
excellent gr^nd water supplies? 
There must be greater em- 
phasis placed on conserving and 
developing water resources at all - 
levels. It is a problem whidi can- 
not be avoided, and mt which 
will become more acute as tiwr* 
passes. ' ^' . 

I believe the scientific solu- 
tbns- to water problems atadlte; 
application of such solutions will 
take the combined effontt of , 
citizens, community groups, ind 
governmental agencies. 

Individual farmers will plav a 
'arge part in the success or fail*- 
ure *of such efforts. There is a - 
wealth of technical '"^^f^-^^ * 
nd guidance available fion •ms* «. 
^f^ce and the soil, cofiservatiaii * 
office. ; 

These officss can riot <alv \ 
advise, but can work out a sou t 
and water conservation yom re- . 
souites. Such a plan would be 
based on capabilities of your 
soUs and your production goals, j 
It Would use a cropping manage- ]• 
ment system to minimize en^uttu*' 
and riuioff losses. It likely w£Mld»*. 
include some of the new mini- 
murti tillage systems whidj mini- 
mize cosB and improve ojnser- 
vation. They may suggest a* pond | 
'or nyo for the storage of runoff 
for subsequene irrigation, spray- 
ing or animal usage, or e\^n for 
recreation and fire protectfen. 

After getting your own imme- 
diate conservation probleipsi ^.ui_. 
hand, your next step may ^ fc ' 
tend your leadership to Ae : 
development of a watershed pro- 
tecrion project for your area. All 
of these are^Hnks in the chain cf 
water resource conservatbn and 
development. 

Research is being stepped up 
at all governmental agency levels 
in a concertwl effort to gain new 
scientific knowledge on water • 
problems. Virginia Tech, th^^^ * 
its newly established Watrf'TO^* 
sources & iResearch Institufe, is : 
now a much stronger position to I 
assist in solving 'these important . 
problems. • : 

Other agencies have jm^ranis * 
in their interest areas ctf ^ater 
resources. Through ck»e ttjordi- - 
nation of all these efforts I be- j 
lieve real process can, be made. | 
Breeil For Hii>li Yields (dfiH^ 
About one-fourth of the Vi!W9'"| 
tion in amounts of milk o&m | 
produce is due to heredity. EW- ; 
ferent cows fvoduc^ differcirt { 
amounts of milk, partly b«:aiBe 
of their varying abiliti^ and 
partly .becauw of the feed and 
care given them. 

Covys can be selected wfiiSfj ; 
produce the larger amounts xA '• 
milk to be parents of ^-mit '• 
generation, with some asswi^^- > 
that generation will really j^o- 
duce a little more. ' 

One should not breed for W^ 
yield alone, although it should be 
the number one go^l. What M|h 
pens if we try to breed for «miIM 
other IhUigs, along with milk 
yield? 

There is good evidence Aat 
fat percentage is correlated i»)|- 
atively with milk yield. T^Am^ 
as yiel<fe increase, ' fat con^t 
goes down. The other side of flifi 
coin is if you breed for fat «m- 
teitt^alone — yields are lOtnly to 
be reduced. 

Should you brwd tot type? 
This depencb on whether tou 
have a reeistefied herd of duty 
cattle and sell breediiig ^ik. 
Good dairy type has »Mie jmt- 
chandising value, and can %e^ 
supplement in<»me. 

Dairy type seems to lu^ a 
rather small, but posttfw ^so- 
ciation with high milk {Roduo- 
tion. So, it seems permissible to 
include type in the dairy breed- 
ing program. Howewr, ^/tm 
dhould place niajor empd^it on 
increasing mOk yield a*! keep- 
ing percenta^ of M Md j» - 
tetii-Iactos&-mincra]t tip S^S-' 
mal valoes Icxr |««r ^^Mfd. 



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VIWJTNIA B^O< SUN, Ttiursday, ApriH, 1965 




tiia. 



4-H Activities 
and Events 

rftANCBLAY 



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LICENSES TO WED 




'v ^IRMMMm is iKX beliig ift, K Is easing the wearied part t^ 
^lumm dt «xii^rtion." C. SiisiMMu. 

«ello folks! In past columns, I have told you that a well 
4-H meeting «»sist$ of tfirce parts — business (15-30 
I), Ptv^am <30-«) minutK), and Recreation (15-30) and 
^sitoHtt 1% hou^. To^y, I will tell you a little more about the 
l^reation f«rt of the meeting. 

ReovMta b Inpertyrt 

Recreation ia important because it brings 

pKJpIc tog^er for fun and enjoyment It also 

enables one to change his or her pace and thus 

make a meeting more beneficial, u recreatlcm is 

planned, it can be a learning and or teaching 

experience for those involved. Recreational ideas 

can come from n»ny sour^s. TTic following 

games come from other lands and were featured 

in the March 1965 issue of National 4-H News. 

Ganes From (Mtat Ijmdt 

C r. U^ Rope Throw — Korea: 

Either indooii or out is a good plac^ to play Rope Throw. 
The rope needed should be about 20^feet long, and iwed not be 
knotted. The target is drawn upoi! the ground or floor, and consists 
^ Aroe ccMK^ffltric circles, about one, two and three f«t in diameter. 
Tlte first player on a team stands 18 feet from the target with 
otiten lined up behind him. The player throws one end of the rope 
toward the mqet, keeping the other end in his hand. If any part of 
^ hw end of tfie rope lies within the center circle, he scores three 
p«htt. He receives two points for reaching the middle circle and 
MIS pdot IM Ae outer circle. With each player receiving three 
ttirows, the team with the largest total score from all players' points 
MHed tt^etiier, win* 

Ptttang, Putung — ChJM: 

Players sit in a circle on chairs or on the floor to play this 
ttme, for which no equipment ^flieed«l. The leader starts the game 
by saying, "One frog!" The second player says, "Tow yes." (since 
me hog has two eyes). The Aird player says, 'Tour legs" (since 
onc^firog has four legs). The fourth player sayi, '^IHitung" (^y^jol- 
pn^'Ac me frog's one splash in Ae water). The fifth phyet says, 
"Jump in the water." The next player begins a new round, and es- 
sentidly the mme dialc^ ts repeated, except thit it is "two frogs," 
"tour eyes", "eight legs," putung, pugung," and then "Jump in the 
^^" T^ PW^ continues, adding a frog each time and stating 
c»rr«tly the ninnbcr of eyes, legs, and splashes. When a player gets 
confused and fatteb give the coo«;t words, he must leave the game. 
Lota De Gailw (Tne Chicken Fight) — Brazil: 

Two to twenty, usuilly girls, may play this game, for which 
cwyiy a handkerchief lot ewA player is needed. Two players com- 
ply i^inst ejeh cMlnr, aiid any number of couples may play at a 
time. 

Each plajcr placfcs a handkerchief in her belt and folds her 
fight anp further chest. She hops about on fier right f<x)t, never 
k^i 4e, WtJoot touch the ground. W*h **r fre^ left hand, she 
*|phcs for her opponent's handkerchief.; •0ie(«^)poncnt may ward 
<«tt ^ nswhing band with the right elbow^ but may not u^ibend the 
t^m, arm at any time during the rantest. " 

Wajf pro^eds wfli etch |iiycr bumping and pushing the other, 
M^ trying to reach the opportbt's handkerchief without losing her 
owa. The vtoor in each couple is the one who snatches the oppon- 
ent's handkttchief and keeps her own safe. Any player Who Unbends 
her ri^t arm. or wh«»e left foot touches the ground is disqualified. 
,,"n» victors may challenge each other tintil all but one have 
been eliminated, who is Ae champion. 

Have a (kne a Meetisf 

Be awe to have at least one game fqpeach 4-H meeting, the 
typt of pme will depend on the age of tlftl:lub menAers, weather 
condjtkmi (if outside), size of meeting area, time allowed, and 
equipment avaikble. For more mformation on games and game 
lea^enMn, uk the Extension Office for the publication: 4-H Book 
of Fun, Aid^in 239. Make recreation a part of your 4-H work. 

COMD^GlEVENTS 



Y pad VAN NQ&. 
TRAMI -~ fttotm ioA 
Chmy It., 21, tU^ah, Vt- 
gink Beach and Caralyn Sue 
Viti Hostrand, 19, m oc^apa- 

"^aU 3tej _ 

MltOMd Andrew Paw), 21, 
U^, Virginia Beach and MoUy 
Caaelhi Hojlaad^ 17, no occu- 
lioB ttstoC YUt^a Beach. 

WAttibmO aMi FLAN 
N40a1I— Ar^l! Allen Water- 
field, 30, mani^, Vit^a 
Bettsh and Julia Mae Flanaa|an, 
16, no flk;cupation listed, fcitotts 
IslawL N.C. 

mm mi BAILONE — 
WUUam LcMis Redd. Jr.. 23, 




W pupation 



listfed, Virginia 



April 1 — 4-H Share the Ftm Practice, Courdiouse Elemen- 
tal^ SdxN>l Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. 

' Aptt 2 — 4-H Share the Fun Talent Cmim (Public Invited), 
GM^kMne Qemea^ry &;hool, 7:30 p.m. 

A^ 5 — Haven Heights 4-H Meeting, Fostress: 6:30 p.m. 

Aff^ 7 — CcNirtfKMise Junior 4-H M^., Courthouse School, 

April 7 — C^urttouae Senior 4-H Mtg., Dcmonstratfon Kit- 
^«, 7:30 p.m. '"•^i 

' April 10 — Senfor Demonstration Dintest, Demonstration 
KiteW, 9:30 am. 



TAHB Scholarsh^ Omrtered 




:a ^%<upoiLi(tz|o \imii), first chaifn»n of ti» Tidewater 

ficfn of Home Builders' Scholarritip Fimn^tictt, ^cepts 

state charter from imk Chmond, cbainiua of 

i«woiiub)B for organi^g te foOadation. Tli^e 

mi miy be graafe <h foan, wtti H mrarcbi 

according to need and merit Codtep afld 

:s ii»y also aivard the ^bfftefshtpi. 



WmI ariwirf, 

Lanb Fnilirl 
Need Records 

1-24 Wool Growers 

PRINCESS ANNE — Wool 
growers and lamb feeders es- 
p«;ially were reminded today of 
the importanix of keeping com- 
plete records as a means of sup- 
portii^ their applications for 
payment under the wool payment 
program. 

Oiris Krahenbill, Qutirman, 
Agricultural Stabilizafi(Mi and 
Conservation County Committee, 
explains that ik> payment will be 
made on the sale of Umbs that 
had never been shorn or on the 
sale of wool removed from lambs 
purcha^d unshorn enfess. the 
producer's application (1) shows 
the nuhiber of head and live- 
weight of unshorn lambs pur- 
chased, or (2) contains a state- 
ment that he purchased "none". 

Lamb payments are made only 
on laml» which a producer has 
owned for 30 days or more^i °®®*^"^ 
Wool payments are made only to 
a prcKiucer who has owned the 
rfieeo or Iambs from whidi the 
wool was jyiorn for at least 30 
days. 

A complete report on jNifchas- 
es of unshorn lambs is necessary, 
the (Chairman said^ regardless of 
whether the laml» were bou^t 
■for replacement or for subse- 
quent sales, and regardless of 
Whether or not the seller was 
furnished with a sales document 
enabling him to apply for pay- 
ment on the sale of the unshorn 
lambs. Likewise, the shorn wool 
application calk for fizures on 
the number and liveweight of the 
lambs purchased unshMn if any 
the lambs are later sheared in- 
stead of being sold as unshorn 
lambs. This information on the 
purchases of unshorn lambs is 
required in order to make the 
necessary .dedu::tions from the 
producers' payments equal to the 
amount of payment due the prior 
owner on the liveweight of his 
sale of unshorn lambs. In this 
way, the payment on lambs held 
for at least 30 days each by two 
owners is dividcH between them. 
The payment to each is based on 
the 'wei^it gain of the lambs 
durhig his , ownership. Mr. 
Krahenbill, explained that rtie 
wool payment program, provid- 
ing incentive payments on wool 
sind lambs, was first authorized 
in 1954 as a means of encourag- 
ing the domestic production of 
wool. The lamb payments are 
made under the wool program 
to encourage the normal market- 
ing of lanibs with the *ool on 
and to orevgnt unusual shearing 
of lambs. Payments are cteter- 
mined on the basis of the shorn 
wool incentive payment, the 
average weight of wool per hun- 
dred pounds of lamb, and the 
value of lamb wool in relation to 
shorn wool 



Haven Heights 4«H 

HAVEN fifetoHtS — the 



Htvcn rtttfelits 4-H m^ . 
opfcHed by the pH;8!osiit, rfctt)ie 
Daughtry. Janne Marris gave the 
devotions, the secretary, Deiiise 
Roberge, read the minutes and 
they wers approved as read. 

Discussiotis were J'cid oh the 
trip to WashWitoli, DC., and the 
Banquet #4llch was hela Match 
4, the dcHidhstratloiw, and sHfcre 
th« fun cottttmts. 

Miss MtBfi.lWhiard, j|ave an 
inteteitl^ iill oH Mow ttt gl^a 
s i tti |i U demonstflitldil. t>r. 
M<^oy Ipdie ort te«th, mi nbw 
to care for them. The gropp elect- 
ed Dr. McCoy as an HonOTwy 
member. 

After refreshments the presi- 
dent, Debbie Dau^trey, closed 
the i^eting. / 



^ -4 AlfM mM AoderH^, 



Jr., ,%t bdokeerifcr, VStiMi 
WtMk and Patrtehi Leigh Wll- 
kertdn, 19, no occupation Ikted, 

Richard James Twltettl, .20, 

Jiechalttc, \^«ia BeacSi and 
tidith ^^Mbye, 17, student, 

^'^^j^lil jrtMto - 

thufmiii tKAigij^ dttiiow, 20, 
USA, Virginia Beach and Mary 
Anna Moyd, 17, no occupation 
fiste4.{Uun9ke Rapids, N.C. 

AnmONG Md NELSON 
•— |n<ltl Duane Armstrong 
If, iHIl, Virgihia Beadi and 
Yvonne Gay Nelwn, 16, no oc- 
cupation listed, Virginia Beach. 
EDMUNDS Mi &4VAGt; ^ 
Harry Earl Edmunds, 26, elec- 
tronic mechanic, Virginia Beach 
and Wanda Sava^, 16, no oc- 
cupation listed. Virgin^ Beadi, 
FELLERS aad ROBERTS — 
Richard Grant FeUen, 24, 
wielder, Norfolk and Eforotfiy 
Jean Roberts, 23, i|0 occupation 
Ikted, Virginia B^ich. 

BRUMAGE aad CAMPBE^ 
— Louis Pierre Brum^/J, 2n 
USN, New York, N.Y., and 
Vicki Lynn Campbell, 19, beau- 
tician, Virginia Beach. 

PAtTERSON mA BROWN 
— Randolph Fleming Patterson, 
39, USN, Norfolk and Margue- 
rite Napier Brown, 38, no occu- 
paxion listed, Viq;hiia Beach. 

FLORA and TAYLOR ^ 
Sylvester Austin Flofa, 29, car- 
p^ iheehMhic, Virginia Beach 
and Cassle Yvonne Taylor, 28, 
no occupatfon listed, Virginia 



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Nearly 23,(HH),(K.J() Americans in cities, smaU towm u^ rural 
areaj across the countrt owti some kind of atockt <Mr bcMKb. «:- 
cording to the' latest ewhratei. 

For most of thede ihveitors, tl^ir moat vahMble s^nrtty is 
the advice of reliable financial atwly^ — pen^a w1k» nial^ 
stocks and bonds for purposes of in^atment. 

The Institute of rhartered Financial Amlytts was incarp<»at- 
ed tliree years afeo at the Unlvetstty of Vi^ia to promote h^h 
professiohal statidards in this field. ^ 

An independent organi^tfon, the institute is k^ated in (he 
Un|ver^^*s Graduate School <^ Auiness AdminiMnrticm and is 
dir^UNi by Dr. C. Stewart S^fj^rd, profes«% of busio^ «imin- 
tetrMion. 

Siflfce the institute first offetcd its qtiaUftfiiil dxAtttltidtfons in 
1963, itearly 450 candidates have been nained Cht^iered Financial 
Amiyits. (CTA). 

This is more than double the total number of {Hofessional 
charters die institute expected to award during its first ten years, 
accordiiig to Dr. Shfej^d. 

To earn the prized charter, CFA candidates must complete 
successfully three rigorous examinations within se^n y^rs, taking 
only one examination in any given year. (Some experienced analysts 
in the fint group of candidates were allowed to start with the 
s»::ond or third examination.) '* 

Recc^ition of the CTFR's professional standing has been 
widespread, boUi in this c(Hinlry and abroad, sap Dr. ShCppard. 
"Major fiiuincial Institutions now are requirmg entiw research 
departments to take the CFA examinatiom, and special iMtemal 
training programs are being organized in technical fiel^ of study 
such Si f ioanciai accounting," he says. 

Tm ^iiilkt #tl Cbt^^ved and organized in the eariy t950's 
b y^ jhf pf^ tejil Analysts Federation, an organizatiop of more than 
8,MkMPMM <tf 36 cdhltjtuebt societies in the Unit^ States and 

lit 1^1 the Uiiivets^ of Virginia was chosen for the insti- 
tute's l^oqdiriers, aijd ^h first examinations were offer^ two 
years hitisi' to 284 cantiidates. 

Dr. ^iMJpard predicts tti4t if the present rite coitttaues. "it 
is eililtetf lOtdy that the institiite will have awarded 4,000 CFA 
chutes % 1970." 



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Tax rate 15 c*iiti for each 
$100 consideration. 

t^rancis 0. Bush et u \ to Davie 
Rojnce Armsfroftg, lot 24, plat 
M Indian River Gardens; tax 

William Bryan Shirley et ux to 
Allan W. MitcheH et ux, lot 94 
plat of Sou^cm Points sec. 2; 
tax $45.75. 

John Aragona Enterprises, 
Iife\to Reproco, Inc. parcel 
A-1, plat of Princess Anne Plaza 
sec. 11\ Ux $72. 

Pocahontas Village, Iik. to 
Herbert A. Jenkins et ux. lot 11, 
block 15, plat of Pocahontas 
ViUage; tax $19.05. 

John T. Lumpkin et ux to 
Archie B. Treadwell et ux, site 
283, plat of Thoroughgood sec. 
1; tax $54. .^^-^-^^ 

Sartuel W. Wallace, Jr. eT al 
to James W. Payne et ux, lot 4, 
plat of Lynnwood sec. 1; tax 
$15. 

John H. Doyle,* Sr. et ux to 
John H. Doyle, Sr. et ux, parcel 
— on Laskin Boulevard; tax 
$22.50. 

Oeoi^ Patrick' Anglin et ux 
to Allen Bartlet Presley et W, 
lot 30, block 29, plat of Ara- 
gona Village sec. 6; tax $18.75. 

Vincent Chieco, Jr. et ux to 
Harold L. Hilty et ux, lot J, plat 
of &,S. Squires property; tar^ 
$27.75. 



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ACKELS REAL ESTATE 
1033 Laskin Road « 

Phone 428-5525 

JIM ADAMS REALTY 
1764 Laskin Rodd 
Phdne-428-361d 

ANCHOR REALTY 
30th & Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-7421 

CO/VIMONWEALTH REALTY 
2242 Great Neck Road 
Phone 464-3534 

COOPER REALTY 
504 Laskin Road 
Phone 428^-1330 

COURAIN REALTY 

228 Virginia Beach BlvdL 

Phone-428-6000 




CAU US TODAY 

DfCKSON REALTY 

2605 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-6501 

DLiCK'S REAL ESTATE 
323 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-4802 

GOLDTHWAItE REALTY CO. 

(REALTOR) 

242 FIRST CaONIAL ROAD 

PHONE 428- 6868 

JARD RfeALTY CO." 
200. 25th Street 
Phdne 428-6666 ^ 

KELSEY REAL ESTATE 
2706 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-7041 

KNIGHT REALTY 

3320 Virginia Bea^h Boulevard 

Phone 340-6892 

LANGHORNE INSURANCE AGINCY 

2606 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-646L 




bAVl MiLLER REALTY 
1925 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
428-3822 



SEAT, REAL ESTATE 
222 Great Neck toad 
fH6m 340-6444 

MAftGARET P. TOMPKINS 
lyiiyflbWer Apartmenli 
f^hone 426-7721 

WAINWRIGHT REALTY 
2609 Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 428-2515 

WHITEHURST REALTY 
Laskin & Hilltop Roads 
" 428-6886 



J. B. WITHERS 8. CO. 
A 8. P Shopping Center 
Phone 428-1641 



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and otbosto*, tho i»tor« 
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Jafliki B. StdaheiMHi et m 
I to G«ir|e V. ^bet ei Ux, lot 
( 122, plat of tyiltrfiiivfea Coloiiy 
lec. 4; ux $22.80. 

GAS Corporation to John W. 
Moore et ux, lot 9. bkwk C, plat 
of Lake Smith Terrace icc. 3; 
tax $32.55. '■ . 

Jsita» P. Springer, Jr. et ux to 
Jamas O. Lyie et ux, lot 16, 
blodt 38, plat of PriirteM Artiie 
Plaza sec. 5; Ux $21.45. 

Melville Corporation to 
Charles J. Newtoa et ux, lo^ 18, 
block E, plat of Point O'Woods 
sec 3; tax $23.10. 

William I. Foster, Jr. at ux 
to tidewater Investment Com- 
pany, Inc., lot 1, block 14, plat 
of Arrowhead sec. 4; $23.10. 

Richard C. SlcariB et ox to 
E^JeTlteflty Compaay. Inc., lot 
3, plat of ChrisK)pouh» and 
Thomas Property; tax $21.75. 

Hallmark Construction Corp. 
to Miroslav Fenkatiyn et ux, lot 
7, bksck M, plat of Huntington; 
tax $25.20. 

Hallmark Construction Cot^. 
to tylle Henry Cusson et ux, lol 
23, block F, plat of Huntington 
sec. 2; tax $30^45. 

Easter (Realty Corp. to Bru(% 
Allen Fischer et ux, lot 5, block 
44, plat of Pembroke Manor 
sec. 4; tax $32.95. 

Emil Realty Corporatbn to 
Alaa D. Parker et ujl lot 18. 
bk«k 42, plat of Pembrpke 
Manor sec. 4; tax $30.90: "' 

Mill Russ Construction C5o., 
Inc. to Eddie Harrison Shook 
et ux, lot 8, block B, plat of 
Princess Anne Plaza sec. 13; tax 
$21. • , ■ ' -'---- 

Rolwrr (jHeimOtmby, Jr. et uj 
to Carl R. Spencer et ux, lol 19 
block 10, plat of PcmbrtAe 
Manor sec. 1; tax $18^45. 

Rose L. Craft to Mary Anne 
Craft Dupree, site 220, plat of 
Birdneck Point; tax $37.50. 

Jamsam Construction Corp. to 
Charles L. Midgetts et ux, \a) 
23, block 20, plat of Arrowhead 
sec. 5; tax $22.65. 
, Tidewater Industrial Capita' 
Corporation to Silas O. Nunn. 
Ill et ux.lot 15. block D, plai 
of^Great Neck Est^es sec. 5. 
tax $29.25. 

Dorothy Willard Mason et vii 
to Edward S. Garcia. 3 parcels 
plat of West Neck; tax $112.50 

David C. Davenport et ux tc 
£K}nald C. Scott et ux, part of 
tract 2, plat of Woodlawn Farm 
tax. $24.75. 

William t. Day et ux tr 
Lester E- Pease cl ux, lot 54, 
plat of Diamond Lake States 
tax $19.50. 

Philip N. Brownsteih et al tc 
William J. Senko, lot E, bloc! 
10, plat of Aragona Village sec 
I; tax $22.20. 

Thomas J .Burgess et ux tc 
Audrey D. Midflleton, lot 35 
plat of Diamond Like Estates- 
tax $22.50. 

Garland W. Toomer et ux tc 
Raymond Sawyer et ux, lot 12, 
block 26, plat of Aragona Vil- 
lage sec. o; tax $18. 
Cicero Green Gardner et ux to 




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Edward F. Map, Jr. et uj^ lot 

9, bl0ck 1, plat of Pocahontas 
Viliafe; to* $19.95. 

wijiyi J. Cookfe, Jr. et ux m 
Luthi^ H. Ward, lot 20, block 
33, plat of Aragona Vlllagei iec. 
6; tax $16.05. 

L. Trt>d8 Brandj et ux tp 
Roger H. Howard et ux, site 2, 
plat of Alanton; t^ $4|. 

MarceUus D. Norti If. ^ ux 
to Sue B. Joynes, bt 4, bloti 
C, plat of Sherry Park ite. 1; 
tax $17.40. 

Picb Realty CorporStloti at aji 
to Benjamin Frilnklin Frye et ul, 
lot 3, block 8, plat of PriiJceM 
Anne Plaza sec. 10; Ux $22.35. 

Billy Gene Lec fct ux to Oliver 
P. Baneflrid et ux, lot 2, block 
33, plat of Araf^na Village tec. 
6; tajt $17,55. 

Da^ld Lewis Peckham cl iit ttj 
James %.. Bailey et ux, lot 12, 
block 12, plat of tSlamorld SpHHg 
Homes; tax $21,75. 

Cosine Realty Corporatloti to 
William R. Lewis, Ifl et ux, lot 5, 
block 5, plat of Princess Anne 
Plaiasec. 1; tax$18. 

Luther' Ralph Ives et ux to 
Tidewater General Corporation, 
lot B plat of Borough of Virginia 
Beach; tax $30. 

Howard "Ray Grayson et ux to 
Larry M. Rusin et ux, parcel — 
near Cour^ouse Acres; tax 
$23.40. 

MiUdlell .Homes Corporattoii 
to Waher M. Arlzet ux, lot 44, 
block 5, plat o! Thalia Manor; 
tax $36.45. 

Diversified Enterprises, Inc. 
o Samson Mil itarian/et ux, lot 

10, plat of Kings Grant sec. 6; 
AX $39.90. 

Thoroughgood Estates, Ii^. to 
Edward H. Brehl et ux, loi 72,' 
plat of Thoroughgood Estates 
5ec, 1; tax $40.35. 

W. J. Driver et al to Geo^e 
\. Acosta et ux, tot 19, block 
)0, plat of Aragona Village sec. 
7; tax $22.35. 

W. J. Driver et al to Charles 

F, tLambcrt» Jr. et ux, lot 5 
block 44, plat of Aragona Vil- 
age sec. 9; tax $18.45: 

Edgar Arthur Box et ux tc 

lack E. Moseman et w. tot 7i 

Laurence Alfred Brown et ux 

ot 4, block 70, plat of Pripcesf 

Anne Plata sec. 4rta»j*16:W 

diaries J. Bryant <^ ux tc 
pla| of Bayville Park sec. 2; ta? 
$18.30. 

Rico, Ine, to Rewoco, Inc. 
■)arcel-plat Of flaysidc Borough 
-ax $77.25. 

tRid^efield Corporation tr 
Oonald E. Leedi et ux, lot 3 
->lock B. olat of Arrowhead sec 
7; tax $2'5.65. 

Harr? David Palaawwiki et my 
'o William Goodman Carson e' 
ux, lot 50, block 37, plat of Ara 
lOna Village sec. 6; Uix $19.5C 

Philip N. Browtetein et al tr 
Douglas E. Ziefelbetn et ux, lot 
2, block 13. plat of Thalia 
ManOr; tax $28.50. 

Ponal4 V. Rickabau^i, Jr. t 
•ij to Marie Taylor V^ite, l<rt 7 
block 81, plat of Princess Ani^ 
>laza sec. 7; tax, $17.85. 

Roland L. Hyde et ux to 
Robert Jc^n Mullican et ux, lof 

11, block C, plat of Woodhurst 
tax $26.55. 

James W. H?H et ux to Ar- 
cenio Oiarles Alves. jr. et ux, 
lot 231, plat of Lakeview Shores 
sec. B; tax $23.25. 

Daniel E. Birady et ux to 
Ernest R. Bowler, III et ux, lot 
5, block L, plat erf CarOlannc 
Farm S5C. 2; tax $30.90. 

Delbert W. Nordber^ et ux to 
Louis Preston Goodwm et ux, 
lot 70, block G, plat of Caro- 
lanne Farm s^. 3; tax $25,80. 

Melville O)rporation to Hoyte 

G. Williami et ux, tot 6, block 
H, plat of Point 0"Woods sec 
3; tax $29.25.- 

Myron D, English et ux to 
Bay Realty Corporation, lot 101. 
Dlat of Lvnnhaven "Colony sec. 
4; tax $23.25, 

Hallmark Construction Corp. 
*o Robert Asheville Sandefur et 
ux, tot 26, block F, plat of Hun- 
tingtffl! sec. 2; tax $25.20. 

Mill iRuss Construction Co., 
Inc. to Joseph Edward Stone et 
ux, lot 17, block C, plat of Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza sec. 13; tax 
$22.20. 

Mill iRuss Construction jPom- 
pany. Inc. to Johnnv Earl.HIrbin 
et ux, lot 6, block B, plat of 
Princess Anne Plaza sec. 13; 
tax $19.50. 

, Armon Rc;^ty Cotp. to Jerrv 
ttarisley, Jr. et ux. lot 20, bfoek 
36, plat of Pembroke Manor sec. 
4; tax $30.90. 

Armon.'Rsalty CorJ). tO John 
P. Ammann et ux. lot 40, block 
42, plat of Pembroke Manor sec. 
4; tax $38.85. 

Shirlean Corporation to Pot- 
ter-Davis Cdrp., lots 11, ,J2, 13, 
17-23, block 11, plat of Princess 





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joHn M. %_ ., , . 
Mildridge E. Mangum ct ux^ kA 
H^ block 2, plat of Aragona Vil- 
la^ tec. 13; tax $19.95. 

Marion R. tRice et ux to 
Oliver C. Lewis, Jr. ^ ui^ Uk 
9, block 9, plat of Prii)ci»s Ao^ 
Plaza »c. 11; tax $24.45. 

C.D.U., Inc,*'to Leroy ^iiA 
Snyder et ux, lot 17, block 16, 

flat of Princess Anne Plaza sec. 
U tax $23.25. 

Pfco Reillty Corporatbn ei als 
to RobertLec Smitt et ux, tot 8, 
block 8, plat of Princess AflAe 
Pla^a sec. 10; tax $20.70. 

Pico Realty Corporation et all 
to Wayne Locklear et ux, tot i, 
bk)ck 2, plat <^ Princess Aii» 
Plaza sec. 10; tax $22.95. 




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DEBATE TITU 



^AP^fe — Norfcftt kt^ 
emy won first place and ttie top ' 
jopMy at the St. VliKiait Invi- 
Ultionali Debate and S^h 
Toumanwnt at Newp(rtt wsri 
Ia achieveing vic^ty Nirift!^ 
Academy's affirmative and na- 
tive teams won seven of ciglrt 
-ounds. A tk for Mcond phk^ 
letween St, Vincent of Newpoit 
News and Norfolk Catlmlic #a$ 
^cid^ in favor of St. fViw^ ' 
on l^e basis of total poihts 
)22-289. Each of thete teaiw 
h^d identical 6-2 rK»rds in mm., 
3ik1 losses ' 

All four Norfolk Acadte^ 
puticipaots wtw awards fofw " 
silence for their individual ^' 
formances. Debatiiig te aif itina- 
jve lAde of tlie reMluUon wm>^ 
Jamie Killer aivd Gary Ifcdtt. 
Trie ne^tive team of Alan nUh- 
kind, Presideiit of the club and 
Com Forehand remained iM^-' 
feated tills year with 13 «tns 4aA 
no losses. * ' •' 

<:♦ Vincent's debate waspKK 
ticiUarly cliairen|iiig for the 
^;ams since iparticipams wth 
qower-^atched. As the <WHite 
progressed the leaders <rf Aa. 
secona and third rounds were 
pair^ against oi^ iflother. Eij^ 
rounds per school attj rel»ttal 
speeches by all individaal 80^ 
ers contributed to opftomaiWi*' 
to investigate thoroughly tfw 
proposition: '^Resolved that hu- 
ciear weapons should be under 
international control.** 
, John A. Fahey of Vi 

riei^,Norftmbiat«»t\^ 
C#ii startd, "We ate istti 
vlilM the m ttartteWl 
ih two eiJlier ^b^ 
we tied Wr fim p\m in 
wiw hx4 rt»cfed third A 
pbifib. J^Wii j^i-soiia^ 
and pleased with the wf 
and godd S|)OrtsniaiWlii 
olayed by our Vlfce Pffcside 
Byrdri Sharmt who tW 
to compel^ bdl jfforksd ^ 
Qusly during mt ^hi^ 
the toifrtitofltt ^ GJ 
His repla^&ieat mi Si 

The State wis *ili rcpreiSB 
edin tHe St Vintem Ihwati 
Qthir participdtliig ^ag^ 
from Richmond, ~ ' 

ttScfSwn Alexahdrij^St. M? 

Windsor H^. New K^ 
jbi4Jfl6a}ly GranbY. K^ 
Ferguson, Warwtt* ana 
row Wilsoii. 






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fc^iv of iiigineeruig 
Appl^ Sflieoce at the W 
of vjifittia to be nafM4 
list of d ' 
lor the fall 

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Sums Wednesday At The Beach Ihealrr 




Booklet Describes 1 865 
Battles And Surrender 



THEFIZZLE FAM ILY 



Rock Hudson, hero of this London basedtarce-comedy, is 
a ^iccessful executive in line for a big promotion in his Ameri- 
<»B oi] firtn, just as he and his wife Gina Lollobrigida are about 
to be div^roed. In the pa^ Rock has been embarrassed by Gina's 
pasoon for crackpot (»uses, and their heated arguments have 
aided in a seven y«ir separation. Now, however, he learns that 
the whooping pnomotion is his only on the condition that he can 
j[»eserve the corporate image of a devoted family man. This, plus 
^ tKt that a minting with Gina ignites the old spark, leadf to 
a reconaliation. But differences of opinion and temperament 
stifl prevail, to it's off again, on agsfin till sizzling love finally con- 
qyM% all. There is much double-entendr^ in wildly zany situa- 
tKMK. Tbey Tench their high points in a huge traffic jam in Soho 
H^en Gina as Lady Gckliva teads a protest march, and hilari(His 
mwDcnts contributed by Arthur flayna as a London cabby and 
T«ry TTiomas as a bewildere<f morticiap The risque bit of fluff 
is flooonted in style, with a to^Ught cast which fulfills all ezpecta- 
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VIRGINTA BEACH — A 
vivid account of the fmal days 
of the Civil War is available in 
a booklet now on sale at a num- 
ber of Virginia Beach stores and 
will explain in detail the historic 
significance behind oemmemora- 
tive activities schedukd in Farm- 
ville during the -coming week. 

The book, "From Sayler's 
Creek to Appomattox," is by 
the notwl Virginia author, Scott 
Hart, a native of Farmville, and 
has been acclaimed by critics all 
over the state for its excellent 
(kscri|Mi<ms of "the last desper- 
ate days." 

Printed in limked quantity by 
Randolph House, Inc. in Farm- 
ville, the slim 42-page booklet 
will probably become a collec- 
tor's item amons! those interest- 
ed in the Civil War. 

It will also have special mean- 
ing to those interest^ in the 
centennial oommemoratwn 
planned in Farmville in which a 
number of Virginia Beach resi- 
dents will take part. 

These activities will include; 
Friday — the start of Gensral 




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STIMT DfilVBIS ON 
GBS NEWS SPECIAL 



MiUi(^ <rf viewers, sitting at 
hoB», will be pot "behind the 
wheef* by a team of stunt driv- 
en to experieiK^e the sights and 
so^s of hi$ftway acxddents dur- 
i^ "T^ N«i<»al Drivers' Test," 
lK)w4o^ C^ News feedal to 
be teo^art oa Htc CBS Tele- 
yi^a Ndirork M<^Bdav. Mpy 

24f!teOWlK)OPM.feBT). " 
Hn&d by v^raa stunt and 
nd^ driver Joie Chitwxxl, the 
tem wiU ^ttae mhoc of jthe most 
«wim(Mi. and often f^al, tvpes 
of «>lUsk>ns, and the sHuations 
toi^V no to Aena. The tele- 
vMlft Mufi^ce win see Ae ao;i- 
itaHl frcm die driver's seat as 
Ijss from varkMis rtber angles. 
»Mhes. involving two or 
WMmnobB^, will o(x;ur at 
rnrnw from 45 to 65 
per hour. 
iFilmed on t>ubHc hi^hwavs. 
^fff^ons of the broadcast will 
Aokt. bv means of slow motion 
«od iwrmal st»eed nhotowaphv. 
ooUisions as rtiev dcveV»n find 
Tl» cameras will follow 
wefxM from A helicooter. 
enmnd obsitiom and snec- 
mHv OMJpiied camera rairs. On« 
of iNse ^is will have a camera 
povAemd'm such a manner as 
toiB^ viewers the feeling they 
m$ m the driver's soat. 

Qii*wood, 47, and bis son. 
Jk»» Chitwwd, Ir.. 21. five 




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other stunt men, and at lewt 10 
more drivers will participate in 
the demonstrations. Chitwood be- 
gan his {wofessional racing carea 
in 1935. He Iws participated in 
the world-fiamcd tndianap(riis 
"500" at least 10 times, finished 
"m the m6aef on nine occa- 
sions. He became a stunt driver 
in 1942, and has Uw-ed the 
country with his own stupt driv- 
ing show for 2 1 years. 

The television special, which 
will be broadcast shortly before 
the start ot^the lx)ng Meifiorial 
Day weejcend, will give millions 
of American driver; Ute oppor- 
tunity to check their driving 
judgment, knowledge and per- 
ception. 

The broadcast is being pro- 
duced by CBS News in coopera- 
ti<M with the National Safety 
l^buncil. IBM and with the ad- 
,vice of an independent board of 
consultants drawn from indus- 
try, eovemment and education. 

"The National Drivers' Test." 
written and oroduced bv Warren 
V. Bush, will be soonsored bv tfic 
Shell Oil Comn!«nv. Inc.. reore- 
sentej! bv Ogilvy, Benson & 
Mather, Inc. 



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ATTACKED WITH BOTT(.E 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Willie 
L. Cash of 1906 Cypress Avenue 
has been charsed with felonious 
assault for striking Thomas De- 
Loatch of 1906 19th Street over 
the head with a bottle. Cash wa^ 
also charged with being (h^nk in 
public. 

The incident took olace at 
1720 Monroe Street. DeLoatch 
w'as treated at Virginia Beach 
Hospital for a cut on the head 
and released. Officer J. Kane 
responded and Detective H. S. 
Seager investigated. ^ 

SPRING DAHCE 

SEATACK— A Sm-inq Din-v. 
will be held at the Town Clu*' 
tomorrow evening from 10 p.m 
til 2 a.m. to benefit the Seatack 
Community Center. 

Music will he prpvided bv Dee 
Johnson and his Music Makers 
Donations are $1 for advance 
tickets, and $1.25 at the door. 

Aaron A. Parsons is the 
chairman of the committM^ of 
tiie Seatack Community Center. 

AHENDING SYMPOSIUM 

CHAiRLOTTESVILLE — A 
teacher and four students from 
Union Remosville High Schol in 
Virginia B«ch attended die 
^cond junior scieiKe,' hui^mi- 
tm and eofineerijie sympoihim 
r«rag|y at the Umvemty ts^ 
Viijlnia. 



Premieres 
April SriT 

Special security agent" John 
Drake probes the theft of confi- 
dential documents from a chem- 
ical plant in southern France in 
"The Battle of the Cameras," 
premiere epispde of "Secret 
Agent" Saturday, April 3 (9:00- 
10:00 p.m., EST) on the CBS 
Television Network. Patrick 
McGoohan stars as Drake. Dawn 
Addams is featured as Martine, 
a beautiful French girl. 

His investieation takes Drake 
into the sophisticated world of 
gambling casonos, glamour girls 
and champagne, ai^d he courts 
tite glamorous Maritine who 
works for eKnt (Niall Mac- 
Ginnis), a ruthless buver and 
seller of secret information. 
Drake tries to get Kent to see 
him but is unsuccessful until he 
(rffers to^'bring alone a rocket 
fuel formula known 8&F-<». Tlien 
a ohotoeraoh of Drake with one 
of his assistants, taken bv a secret 
camera, sets the stage for an al- 
most fatal trap. 

TTie cast includes Frederick 
Bartman. Peter Madden, Patrick 
Vcwell. Jose Ikrlinka. Gilbert 
T^rance. .Trtbn Sffrrpt H<»nrv De- 
Rrav and Hu«»o DeVemier. 

"TTie Battle of the Cameras" 
was produced bv Sidney Cole 
and written bv Philm Broadley. 
Don Chaffey cUrected. 

iRali^ Smart is executive pro- 
ducer of the series. 



Lee's retreat from Petersburg to 
Appomattox recreated by about 
3CK) authentically costumwJ mem- 
bers of the No'rth-&)uth Skirm- 
irfiers; Wednesday — the "caval- 
ry" will reach Farmville for re- 
enactment of the Centennial re- 
treat; April 9 — the Vii^nia 
Civil War Commission program 
at Appomattox National Park 
with an address by the eminent 
historian, BTuce Catton; April 
10 — the Skirmishers depict the 
return of Southern Heroes to, 
Farmville and dedication of a 
plaque at Randolph House, 
from General Grant wrote his 
first letters suggesting surrender. 
According to Th^ Lynchburg 
News, "From Savler's Greek to 
Appomattox" is the story of the 
remnants of the Army of Nor- 
diem Vi'i^inia, at last under the 
relentless pressure of overwhelm- 
ing manpower and war material, 
directed by General Grant . 

"It is a superb ilescription of 
Lee's attempts to move from 
Richmond and effecta juncture 
with Joscfrfi E. Johnston's forces 
in North Carolina.. Richmond 
and Petersburg were evacuated 
and the plan was to move south- 
ward thrpugh Danville. Union 
forces blocked the route, vital 
supplies failed to come through, 
the route was changed td Farm- 
ville. though the same southward 
-obfecttvc was retained. *^ 

"^Relentless pressure, near star- 
vation, raih and mud, shifted the 
obiective toward Appomattox 
and Lynchburg where it was 
Tioneff That rations and some re- 
hef from pressure, throuqh, de- 
struction of bridses behirtd them, 
would enable them even vet to 
effect iuncture with Johnston. 

"Attrition wore them down, 
and the Battle of Savior's Creek, 
a, confused niehtmare of war. 
took a heavy toll in kev general 
officers and men. Even so, the 
fighting capacity, the courage of 
the men in grey, was sompthing- 
beyond belief to the Union 
forces. At Farmville there was 
momentary resoite. General Lee 
retired to a room in the old inn, 
Randolph House — to a ffit^ in' 
which a little later <jener«l Grants 
was to rest and send his first 
letter to Lee seeking surrender 
and peace." 



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TAKES POST 




Crossword Puzzle 



LT. K. J. MACKSOUD 

Army First Lieutenant Ken- 
neth J. Macksoud, a BoMm 
University School of Law gradu- 
ate, is the new Post Transporta- 
tion Officer at Fort Story. 

-FOUR 10 DEBAIL.. 

t ' « i 

THALIA — Tim Finchem, 
Maurice Stocks, fRaody Hender- 
son and Rodney Pennington 
represented Princess Anne High 
School at the University of Rich- 
mond's seventh annual high 
school debate tournament Skin- 
day. 

Tliey debated ^ ^i^nj««.' 
"Resolved: That nuclear weapons 
should be controlled by an inter- 
national organization." 



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TODAY. FRI.&SAT 
APRIL 1-3 




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Sun., Mon. & Tu«s. 
APRIL 4^ 

SIGNPOST TO 
MURDER 

Joanne Wocxlv\/ard 
Stuart Whitman 

Featnres2, 4, 6,.8, 10 

WED., THURS, FRI., SAT. 
APRIL 7-10 



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GEN. g4yLE 



Brigadier Gen. Gordon C. 
Oayle assumed conwnand of the 
landing Force Training Unit at 
Little Creek Wednesday, reliev- 
ing Brig. Gen. J. C. MUler, Jr. 
who retired from the Marine 
Corps today after nearly 30 years 
ienrtee, Gen. G^le was head of 
tiie ioBg Rangestudy Group at 
Quantico, Va. 




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REOPENING 



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of the day, 7 days a weeK! Use the money for any 
purpose! And, It's no more complicated than 
writing an ordinary check. Here's how VIRGINIA 
NATIONAL BANK CHECK CREDIT works. 

Complete one application form. When ap- 
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have to apply again or even come to the Iwink. 
You'll receive a supply of personalized checks 
. . . yours to use anytime, anywhere, against your 
approved amount of credit. And, life insurance 
protection is furnished at no additional cost. 

Select the monthly paymeftt that best suits 
your budget over a period of 20 months (se« 
schedule). This determines the total amount of 
credit you may apply for. The total amount 
may be $500, $1,000, $3,000 or more. You may 
use your supply of checks as you wish, but 
each check must be written for $50 or mor«. 
You may request a change of the total credit 
at any time. 

It costs you nothing to apply for VIRGINIA 
NATIONAL BANK CHECK CREDIT! After your 
application has been approved, you still pay 
nothing until you actually use your Check 
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^tfw total amount of credit approved. 

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pctty km f^pdlne^Cto.- 
pftkc Bay), aad a dej^ W M4 
feet mofc or Imi akjog part of the 
Ea»tera^|wioperty line, turniM 
and ni^ji^ 500 Mt almg i^ 
perty i4 Sadter Mtf«rkil$ to the 
Itorck* pf tf« uttic C^ack 
gattittl. Havthg a depft of 2690 
j^ atong tte reMaiiwter of the 

?n^ J^ftwl) ahd a w!d* 61 
pm feet aloBg the feutfjera 
|ropcrty line (shoreline of Little 
Crwk). Containing |3 i^r^ 
more or km. Bayside B««u^. 

V. Application of Emmanuel 
Lutheran Church by Rev. Ken- 
neth A. Price for i Urn Permit 
IP oi^»te « khiderfarten to 
Emmanuel LuAeran Churth, 
lixated at the Northwest cxvwr 
<rf Virginia Beach Bwile^anl nd 
Lynn Swres Drive. KentMville 
BcA^gh^ 

VI. AppUcation of Pamo Cot- 
poratiMi by James and Consolvo. 
Attorneys, far a change of zwi- 
inp from Residence SulxirlHui 
Distriet 3 (iR-S 3) to General 
C<Hiimtrcial District 3 (C-O 3) 
<*' cttitdn property fronting 
,293.81 feet on the We^ side of 
Sotttt Witchduck Road, begiiin- 
ing it ttw fcttth side of the pro* 
po^ Virgbia Befch Toll Road. 
Having a depth of 223 ffcet atong 
the Nwthjern projfcrty line (TbH 
R«»d), a d^ of 539,69 feet 
alcHil ffle Wfelern property line 
and a yiAh of iOO. 1 1 feet along 
the Sjuthem property line. 
KemjwviUe Boroo^. 

Vn. Applteation of Toden 
Holding Cofporatidn by KeUam, 
and Kcllaih, Attorneys, for a 
chanp of zoning from General 
Commercial District 1 (C-G J) 
to General Industrial Di^rtef 3 
(M-I 3) and a Use Permit for 
ouli^i»^ storage, of industrial 
eqUi{mtent on certain property 
fronting 275 feet on the W«t 
side of Military Highway, b^- 
niflrat a point 839.8 feet Not* 
of ffsrovidencis Road. Haviiq a 
depth of 704.84 feet aiodg Mic 
Southern property line. $ width 
of 851.26 feet along the Western 
property line, and a depth of 
938.28 feet along the Notthern 
preperty line. Kempsville Bor- 



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JBuie Homes Inc 
. CMjMTidorfer, 

Hall, Amnmf 

ing changes of ronlng 
division of Carolan 
Change of zoning fi 
dence Suburban District 3 
^R-S 3). (Residence Suburbah 




District 4 (R-S 4) and Limited Jleu|evard. Lynnhaven Borough 
Commercial District 1 (C4^ 1) XI. ^^pplicaUon df Willkm A 



to Limited Commereial District 
^ 1 (C-L 1), Limjied Qinunei^ 
District 2 (C-L 2), Limited 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 3), 
General Commercial District, 2 
(C-O 2), and Multiple-Family 
Residence IJistriot (R-M). 

1. To be CjL 1: Property 
fronting 790 feet more or less 

,s,,,on the South side of Princess 
Anne Road, 660 feet more or less 
on the East side of South Pariia- 
ment Drive, bounded on _the East 
and South by Kemps Landing 
Creek. 

2. To be O-L 2: Certain pro- 
perty fronting 174 J7 feet on the 
West side of SotMh 'Parliament 
Drive, beginning at a point 220 

' feet more or less North of Prin- 

, cess Anne Road. Having a dep^^ 

of 125 feet more or less along the 

Northern and Southern property 

/ lines and a width of 165.24 feet 

along the Eastern property line. 

3. To be C-L 3: Property 
. located at the Northeait intersec- 
tion of Rondeau Court and Prin- 
cess AniK^Road. Froirting 75 
feet on Princess Anne tRoad, hav- 
ing a depth of 180 feet more or 
less on Rondeau Court, a depth 
of 80 feet mors or less along the 
Northern property line and a 
width of 200 feet nwre or less 
along the Eastern property line. 

4. To be C-G 2: 

a. Property located at the 
Northwest mtersection <rf Prin- 
fess Anne Road and South 
Parliament Drive, fronting 
220 feet more or less on South 
Parliament Drive, having a 
depth of 185 feet more or less 
on PrincSK Anne Road, a 
width of 200 feet along the 
Western property line and a 
dei^h of 150 f«t more or less 
aA»lg the Nortfiem property 
line. 

b. Property legated at the 
SouAwest inter«ctiort of Prin- 
cess Anne ftoad and South 

farliamint tWve, froritifij 
99,97 f<«t on South Pwlia- 
tmm Drive, having a depth df 
162.13 feet oh Princess Anlte 
to>ad, a depth of 163.77 fest 
along the &)uthern property 
line (Sir Barton Drive), and 
a width of 220 tet along the 
We^^v jftBp&tf Iwe. 

c. 'pK)p«ty located at the 
SouAeast it^taxctim of Soitfl^ 



ftrUa^t IMve mA Nm^m 
^^ Rofd, frociting 200 M 
<« S<rfB IWuMM IMve, 
havi^ « dcjAh <rf 200 fe^ ott 
Pruceu Anne Road, a dg)tli 
rf 2W) ffcft Along Ac SN^a 
Wp^tty Vte and I wMfl^ of 
200 feet ak»g the Bumn 
propmy line. 

5. To be R-M: Parcel A and 
Lou 11-22, Block C, Section 1, 
Carolanne Farm. Said prt^>ertf 
located H fhe Btorthwwt inter- 
•etOfA d ftkam Anne Road 
and Hill Prince Road and ex- 
tending atong tfte Sdi^ kidi df 
Gallant Fox R<Md. FroMii^ 
8(X).76 feet on Prin^ Ann^ 
Road, hayi^ a depth of 795.78 
feet <Mi HUI Prince Road, a width 
Ol 258 54 fc^ on Qdlam Fox 
R<»d, taming and ram^ be- 
tween l^ts 10 and 1 1 a dhtance 
of 100 ^t, turning and running 
atoi^ the rear of Lota 6-10 a dis- 
ttince <rf 4Q1.51 fe^: having a 
<fcpth of 546. 8p feel along Ae 
Western pitjperty line. Plats are 
available in the d^x of tiie Plan* 
^ung CcMnmiwicHL 

IX. ApplfcatiOT of Alfred A. 
Flynri by Bernard Levin, Avbot- 
ney, for a Use Permit to am- 
struct and operate a veterinarian 
iK^lrital on certain property 
boMing 257.37 fleet on the 
ri«A side <rf Vligteta B<ach 
Aoule^rd, b^paain u the East- 
ern side of Thalia Creek, having 
a depth of 289.81 fe^ along Ae 
W^em property line (TT>alia 
Creek) and a widdi of 281.98 
feet along the Neitl^ni ptopmy 
liae; turning ahd runnmg 290 
fe« around theproperty of Cali- 
fornia Oil 0>f, the E»ten pro- 
perty liM. Kempsville Borough. 

X. Application of F. Wayi» 
McLcstey, Jr. for a chanp of 
»}ning from Residence ^bmr- 
ban Ettstrict 2 (R-S 2) to Multi- 
ple-Famay Residence Distrkt 
(R-M) and a Use Permit to erect 
38 apartment unite on certain 
prop«ty beginning* «• a point 
2(X) feet North of Vir^ia Beach 
Boulevard, 200 feet East of 
Crawford Place (formerly Lake- 
view Road). Having a wklth of 
100 fest along part of the South- 
em property liJw, a depdi ^411 
feet kM^ the W«tem ptcpaiy 
line, a width of 3ft.(l7fcet along 
the Northern property line, a 
depth of 401.1 feet ahMg nut of 
the Eastern ptapttV^ iMc, * 
wic^ of 294.6 f^ aloi^ i\» re- 
ni&iriifer 4j| tile Southern preperty 
Kne, anS a' dcj^h of 1*9 feet 
along the remainder of the East- 
em property line. SaM property 
having a 25 tocA bigress and 
egrras strip to Vir^hia Be^irh 



^»*^ rt no f^ al^ Ae 
Wartfceri awl SmA^ ntob^ 
m» md a wktti of 6t5 i^i 
ItaK tffe l^bili pn^terty line. 
LyaMaven Bcmn^. 

XV. ADDliettion At KiM's 



EMckinson, Jr., M.D., for a 
chaii^ of zoning from Residence 
Suburban District 2 M-S 2) to 
Multiple-Faraily Resicknce Dis- 
trict (R-M) and a Use Permit to 
construct a prcrfessiohal building 
comptex on certain property 
fronting 250 feet on the East side 
of First Colonial Road, begin- 
ning 1030 feet more or lea Worth 
of Orcenwillow Drive; having a 
depd) of 600 feet alon gthe Nor- 
thern and Southern property lines 
and a width df 250 feet along the 
Eastet^ property Une. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

XH. Application of William 
D. Stallings and Joe H. Burt by 
George F. Darden, Jr., Attorney, 
for a change ctf zoning from 
Residence Suburban District 2 
(R-S 2) to Multiple-Family 
.{Residence District (R-M) and $. 
Use Permit to constriict a pro- 
fessional building on certain pro- 
perty fronting 100 f^t <mi tiK 
West side of First Colonial Road, 
begittning at a point 259 feet 
South of Wolbnare Road. Hav- 
ing a depth of 200 fset along th^ 
Northern and Southern property 
lines and a width of 100 f^t 
along the Western propen^ line, 
lynnhaven Borou^pa^j^ 

XIII. Application of Pure Oil 
Company by Dallas W. Manning 
for a mt^ag^ of foning from 
Limits Commercial Dtetrict 1 
(C-^L 1) aikl Limited Commer-^ 
cial CMstrict 3 (C-L 3) to General 
Cwnraercial District 3 (C-G 3) 
and a Use Permit for lib 
automobile service statiofi on 
certain property topated on the 
South side of Laskin Rad; said 
property being triangular in 
shape. BoUn<^ on the West by 
Old $eatiek R»id and <m the 
East by Birdneck Road. Front- 
ing 162.5 (Mt on Laskin Road, 
having a depth of 425.26 feet 
on CW Se^ck R(»d and a 
&pth of 388.1 feet on Birdneck 
Road. Lynnhaven Bcmraj^. 

XIV. Application of Pure Oil 
Owipany by Dallas W. Manning 
for a Use Permit for an aulo- 
nioblle arvice station m Lots 
15 through 23, Section Chtt, 
WestnkM^awI Estates. Said pro- 
perty fronting 675 ^t <M tfii 
^Mt*sk^ of So^ tuornnm 
Rpad, beginning at a point 75 
U^ South <A Wythe Street. Hav- 



Applicrtlon of 

HS^ '^•'7*"^*n CaOrch by 
William O. iHe., Jr., for a vi 
remit hx a churtA and <tay 
khool on certain property locat- 
ed at tte Soutiiwen Wrscction 
pf KiM's Grant Road and Little 
Neck Road (new section). Fronf- 
N 4 90 feet on Little Neck 
R<^, havi^ a depth of 410 feet 
on Kill's Grant Road, having a 
«Wth of 490 feet along the wSit- 
em property lii^ and a depth of 
410 feet along Ae Southern pro- 
per^ line. Lynnhaven Borou^. 

XVI. Application of Fcrebee's 
Inc. by Ketam and Kcllam, At- 
torneys, for a change of zoning 
from R^denc^ Suburban Dis- 
trict 4 ^R^ 4) to Limited <Dom- 
mercial Di^rict 2 (C-L 2) of 
certain property frontmg 1175 
feet on the North side of Plaza 
TraM, beginning at a point 350 
feet West of South Rosemont 
Road. Havii^ a depth of 225 
fe^ ab^ ^ Eastern pioperty 
line (proposed Lightfoot Lane), 
a depth <rf 225 f^ along the 
Western property line (pn^mcd 
ftesidential Boutevard), and a 
wl* <rf 1175 feet akng the 
NOTthera jwoperty line (pfftjtjsed 
WeHwood Drive). Lyfcrtaval 
Bonxi^. 

XVII. Application of Fere- 
bee's Inc. by Kcllam and Kel- 
lam, Attorwys, for a change of 
zoning from Residence Suburban 
District 4 ms 4) to General 
CommercW Datri^ 2 (C-G 2) 
<rf certain {xoperty located at the 
Northwest intersection of Plaza 
Trail ami South R<^mont Road. 
Frontinf 230 feet «i South Rose- 
mont Roiri, havii^ a dcfWh <rf 
300 fedt (Ml PUa Trail, a width 
of 335 tet along ^e Northern 

!>roperty line and a depth of 230 
<*t along Ac Western property 
line (proposed Li^tfoot Lane). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XVin. Aj^lication of Thomas 
R. Terry for a Ute Kriliit to 
maintain three Imr^s for private, 
nmi-profit use on certain pro- 
wtty thinning at a point 205 
n^t North of Bray Road near its 
intersection with Ingram Road, 
gra-profit use on certain pit>- 
perty beginning at a petot 205 
feet North of Bray Road near 
ks intersection with li^i^ 
Ro^. Said property destgaa^ 
as Site F and part of Site E. 
subdivision of W. S. Jarvis Pro- 
perty. Containing 5.085 acres. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XIX. Application of Sun Oil 
Ccrtnpany for a Use Pwroit for 
an automobile service station on 
qertain property located at die 
Nqrtheast imtersectlon af . Ebb 
Tide Road and Shore Drive. 
Frontii^ 150 feet on Shore 
Drive, having a depHth of 1 50 feet 
on Ebb Tide Acad, a width of 
150 feet along the Northern pro* 
perty line aw a depth of 138.40 
(eset along the Eastern property 
line. Lynnha^n Borough. 

XX. Application of Cobo 
Corp. by P. B. White, Attorney, 
tor a change of Mning from 
Residence Duplex Disoict 2 
(R-D 2) to General Commercial 
Di^ct 3 (C-G 3) of certam pro- 
perty fronting 630 feet on tiie 
West side of Sykes Avenue 

'(formeriy Maple Avenue), be- 
ginning at a point 150 feet South 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
.Having a depth of 250 feet aloijf 
tite Norttem and Southern pro- 
perty lii^; the remaining 29 
feet (fcpth of sa^ property to re- 
main residential as a buffer. Hav- 
ing a width of 630 feet along 
the Western property line. Lynij- 
Iwven Borough. 

XXI. Application of M. C. 
Gimlxrt for a change of zoning 
from R^idence Suburban Dis- 
trict 3 (R-S 3) to Multiple Resi- 
dence District (R-M) of certain 
woperty fronting 355 feet on the 
West side of North Lynnhaven 
Road at its ittters»;tion with the 
Norfolk and Southern Railroad 
right of way. Hawing a depth of 
174 feet alone the Northern pro- 
IJerty line (nnewood Gardens), 
a def^h of 212 feet along the 
Western property line, and a 
width of 241 leet along the 
Southern property line (Railroad 
rlj^t of way). Lynnhaven Bor- 

(Hlglh 

XXII. Application of James 
R. Johnson and Margaret A. 
DriminKnid tor a change of zon- 
ing from Africultund D^ict 
(A-R) to General Cbmntefcial 
district 2 (CXi 2) and Limited 
Corhnwrcial Distrtet 2 (C-L 2) 
and a Us^ I^rmlt for an auto- 
nldbile service statloii., 

To be C43 2: Property locat- 
«i at Ute Sdutii^t inters<^ion 
oi ^up{» Corner Road and Hol- 
liiid Road, fronting 347.07 tctt 
MMoUand tUmA, (lavmg a<tepth 
of 160 feet on Shipps Corner 



• UMMHcma 



ty Une Md a depth trf 152 feet 
«MW W i^inp^ly Am. 

lb be C-L 2: fttWrt^ frwti^ 
^ feet <m the mm iMe M 
^fi Cbrfaer Road, be^tftt 
al I ^t 160 f^t East of JM- 
m lUMd. Having a depA (tf 
m liNSi mote df tess tl^ 0k 
Wrttera popcrty Ime, a wldtt 
<< 356.94 feet tkiim fte 9dM- 
om property Hue aal a depA ct 
411.41 feet along the Ea^m 
I«o|erty fliie. Both parcels «wn- 
tnncd o>ntainiiu 4.376 wnret. 
i^riw:ess Arme Borou^. 

XXin. ^i^ttfam of &me 
P. , Hockemeyer hr a Uae ra^ 
mtt to operate a dog kennel «« 
certain property fronting 250.36 
f«t on the East side of North 
Landing Road, beginning at a 
point i5Q0 feet more or le^ 
South of Indira iCiver RomI. 
Having a depth of 868.40 feet 
along die &>aiiieni property line, 
a width of 277.79 feet along the 
Easterd property line and a depth 
of 821.5 feet atong the Northern 
property line. Said fwopcrty 
zoned Agricultural Unrestricted 
District (A-U). PriiKess Anne 
Borough. »^ 

XXIV. Application..^ Jack 
H. Harris l^ Kellam and Kellam, 
Atton^ys, tot a chan^ cNl lion- 
tag frcmi Agricultural O^Mrkt 
(A4l) to (Jc^al Industrial Dis- 
«ct 3 |M-I 3) and a Use Pennit 
to (instruct a mobile home fork 
on certain property kK^ated at the 
Eastern end of Hawk Avenue in 
the mobile hdme subdivistoh of 
Cardinal Estates. Having a depdi 
of 1523.11 feet atong the'West- 
«m property line (Cardinal Es- 
tates), « width of 301.28 feet 
atong the Northern property line, 
a depth of 1646.08 teet aloi^ t^ 
Eastern |»operty Uae (<bniuaa^ 
canal), add a wi<Mi of 282 feet 
along the Scmthern iwoperty line. 
Containii^ 11.678 acrd^. Prin- 
cess Aane Borou^. 

XXV. Appiic^ton of George 
W. Halatead, Jr. by Kellam and 
Kellam, Attorneys, for the ft)l- 
towing chan^ of zoning: 

Qunge of zoning from Agri- 
cukOnil District (A-^R) to General 
CtMimercial Disuict 2 (C-G 2) of 
certain property kx^ated at the 
Southea^ intersectitin of Oceana 
Bouleraraand^Gunn-Hall Drive. 
Said property fronting 150 feet,^ 
on Oceana Boulevard, having a^ 
dejitt of 212,93 f^t on Gunn- 
HaU l^e, a width of ISO feet 
atong the Eastern property line, 
and a de^h of 222.28 f^t more 
or less along tte South^H pro- 
perty line. 

Qiange of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) 
to Limited Commercial District 
2 (C-L 2) of Parcel A, subdivi- 
ston of Gunn-Hall Manor, Sec- 
tion 1. Said property fronting 
476.46 feet on tije North side of 
Gunn-Hall Drive, beginning at a 
point 72.33 feet East of Oceana 
Boulevard. Having a depth of 
236.94 feet atong the Ea^ra 

f property line, a width of 279 
eet atong the Northern property 
line and a depth of 390.09 fset 
atong the Western property line. 
MnccK Anne Borough. 

XXVI. Application of Louis 
C. Walke by Olefin B. MpQanan, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburt>an Dis- 
b-ict 1 (R-S 1) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-L 3) of 
certain property fronting 200 feet 
on the West side of London 
Bridge Road, beginning at a 
point 1/2 mile NoSth of Oceana 
Boulevard. Having a depth of 
150 feet along the Southern pro- 
perty line, a width of 155 feet 
more or less atong the Western 
property line and a deptii of 155 
feet more or less along the Ndr- 
tiiern property line. Princess 
Anne Borough- 

XXVII. Applicatton of John 
E. Adams and James O. Davis 
for a Use Permit to operate a car 
wash on Lots 9, lO and 11, 
Block A, Virginia Beach Park 
Corporation. Said property lo- 
cated at the Northwest intersec- 
tion of 1 7th Street and Baltic 
Avenue. Fronting 137.5 feet on 
17th Street, Havmg a depth of 
140 feet on Baltic Avenue, a 
de|<h of 140 feet along the West- 
ern property line and a width of 
1375 feet along the Northern 
property line. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

XXVIII. Application of W. J. 
Baldwin by Frank C. Holton, Jr. 
for a Use Permit to construct a 
four unit apartmelit building on 
certain property fronting 50 feet 
on the South side of 23rd Street, 
1(K3 feet more or less East of 
Arctic Avcm». Having a depth 
of. 150 feet atohg the *a^ri4 
and Western property lii^ arid a 
*idth of 50 fe«t atong the Sputh- 
el-tt pr<Mjerty Uae. V&ginia Be^h 
^rougn. 

XXIX. Applicatioti of Kemps- 
ville Pn^erties Ik. by Kelhtm 
and Kellam, Attorneys, for a 



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9h 



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i iviMNoncto 



428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ^«mON 



'1 



Suburlwn District 4 (R-S 4) to 
Mukipie-Family Residence Dis- 
trkt (R-M) of «!rtain property 
formerly known as the Yodcr 
Farm; fronting 2245 feet on -Hie 
We« and South side of South 
Pariiament Drive and Parliament 
Drive, beginning at the North 
skie <rf Ex«:«tiw Boulevard ex- 
tended. Having a depth of 1060 
feet more or less along the West- 
ern |»op^ty Une (subdivision of 
Huntington), and a \^d^ of 
1 1 75 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line (Execu- 
tive Boulevard extended). Con- 
taining 31.3 acres, nK>re or less. 
Kempsvilto Borough. 

XXX. Applicatton of Lin- 
wood A. Wn^t for a change of 
2»nii% from Residence Subur- 
ban District 3 CR-S 3) to General 
CkwimercW Distrkst 1 (C-O 1). 
of certain property located at the 
Nortjjw^ intersection of Bon- 
oey Road and South Witdiduck 
Road. Said property fronting 
210.05 tm <m wnney Rcmd, 
having a depth of 72 feet on 
Smidi Witchduck Road and a 
defMh (rf 126.3 ^t along the re- 
mainckr of the fi^tero property 
line, a width of 228. feet more 
or ku ak)^ the N(^iigb pro- 
petty lUte, and a depth erf 198.3 
ieei atong the Western property 
line. Kempsville Borough. 

XXXL ^pUcation of Gerakl 
L. Lavcnstein by P. W. Ackiss, 
Attorney, for a chan^ of zcm&g 
from Residence Suburban Dis- 
trict 3 (R-S 3) to Multii^-Family 
Rnidenoe District (R-M^ of cer- 
tain property designated as Sales 
Farm. 

Pared 1: Fronting 1390.9 feet 
on tIte NorUi side of 19th Street 
Extended, beginning at a pdint 
100 feet West of Wa^ington 
Avenue Extended; having a 
depth of 982.5 feet along the 
EaiHem property line, a width 
<rf 1210 set alMg th^: Northern 
property lirve (propose Virginia 
Bea^ Toll Road) and a depth of 
1243.54 fcrt atong ttte Western 
property line. Containing 22 
acres, .more or less. 

Farcel 2: Frtmting 812.13 feet 
on fte South side of Old Vir- 
ginia Beach Road, beginning at a 
pomt 476.9 feet West of Wash- 
ington Avenue Extended. Hav- 
ing a width of 900 feet along the 
Southern property line (proposed 
Virginia Beach Toll Road), and 
a depth of 406 feet more or less 
atong the Western property line. 
Said parcel being triangular in 
shape. Containing 6 acres, more 
or less. Lyimhaven Borough. 

XXXII. Application of Tex- 
ao) Inc. by J. C. Cowan, Jr., for 
a Use t^rmit to construct a 
30'x6' signboard 30 feet in 
height dn certain property locat- 
ed at the Northeast corner of 
Newtown Road and Virginia 
Beach Boulevard (m property 
owned by Tixaoo Inc. Bayside 
Borough. 

XXXIIL Applicatton of Tex- 
aco Inc. by J. C. Cowan, Jr., for 
a Use Permit to construct an 
8'x50' signboard 80 feet in 
height on certain property locat- 
ed on the North side of Indian 
River Road, a distance of 35 
feet West of Reon Drive on pro- 
perty owned by Texaco Inc. 
Kempsville Borough. 

Jirfin V, Fentress, 

City Clerk 
By: Margaret M. Hood 
Deputy City Clerk 

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I BlfilNESS SERVICES 



11 itilWinf— Htpairinq 



We specialize in kitchen cabinets, 
home improvements and any 
type rf ahop vwjrk. Call Pon- 
darosa MiU Work at 3008 
South Lyrfhhaven Road, 
341-5520 or 341-2682 even- 



ugs. 



3-11-TFN 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Electrtoal — Air Conditiontag 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPUERS, INC. 

Pbood 426-2660 

S n-5-ttn 

34 OumritHr— Reeling 



Roof cleaning — let us restore 
the cotor to yoar asbestos 
roof. Free demonstration. No 
painting necessary. Call 497.- 
6916. 

3-25-2t 

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MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



compiate^ inslilled^ aeavjr 
duty T posa, with four Un^ 
(luu feet^, set m concrete. 
Phone UA8-42:^. Fuel, reed 
& Building Supply, ^i c 

93 HeuieTield Geedf 



For sale rww — new and re- 
built sofa beds in a variety 

• of colors and fabrics. Also 
sofas, tove seats, assorted 
chairs, tables. fcAests, book- 
ca^s, dinnettes and bedrtwrn 
furniture. Hilltop Upholster- 
ing Co., 1000 Virginia Beach 
Boylevard. Phone 428-6377. 
Call us to upholster and re- 
finish your worn, soiled and 
marred furniture. Frm esti- 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
'*Wc buy and sell used furni- 
ture." 

' 4-l-Wfi 



»e wiineq to iu'y" 



EMI>LOYA\ENT 
40 Help Want««i— female 



Seamstress & fitter for lady's 
apparel in Virginia Beach. 
Call after 6 p.m. 426-5902. 

4-1-2T 



Waitresses — need white ladies, 
Thunderbird Motor Lo<ke. 
428-3024. 



White ladies over 25 with own 
car for baby sitting. Apply tot 
83, Cotony Traitor Park. No 
phone calls. 

3-25-2T 



#1 Help Wa nted— Mall 



Sell KNAPP SHOES full or 
part time. Earn $25 to $150 
week on high commlsision^s 
and bonus. Steady year- 
round business. Equipment 
furbished free. Write to J. G. 
Clayton, Knapp Sho^, Brock- 
ton, Mass. 

J . 3-25-2T 

Needed — 3 men immediately for 
manager trainee piogram. 
Must be attentive and career 
minded CaU 428-9142. 

11-19-tfo 



Used Furniture and household 
appliances. Sell for cash. Hirtz 
bazaar. 227 Fust CoteiiAl 
Road, Oceana. 428-7088. 
i^>cn 9 to 9. 



98-A WANTiD 



Wanted — Batchelor desires 
house in remote tocati<^ in 
Virginia Beach -Oceanvtew 
area. Rent, or rent witii optton 
to buy, or buy. Furnished or 
unfurm&hed. Call Newport 
News. 595-2197. 

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RET^AL REAL ESTATE 



100 ROOMS FOR RENT 



l^oom for rent. Private enttance. 
Excellent ne^borhood. Gsn- 
tieman preferred. 237 Bay 
Cotony Drive. Call 428-1049. 

*rl-4T 



' li r,i"i 



no Apirlmeiiti Unfiimiiii^ 



OPPORTUNITY! - 
WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
Due to expansion of our Vir- 
ginia- Beach Boulevard office, 
we have openings for 5 people 
interested m tihe fascinating 
field of selling, homes. Call 
Goodman-Segar-Hogan Resi- 
dential Sales Corp. 341-3232. 
2.11-tfn 



Salesman — Real Estate 
Excellent potential, top com- 
missions, good working condi- 
tions, part time or full time. 
Mr. McCoy — 415 Board of 
Trade' Bldg., Norfolk, Va., 
telephtme 622-6719. 

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ANNOUNCEA\ENTS 



It Transportation 



Roa(^ i width of 365 tect mxf t c^jajj^e of xoiui^ &om Re&tdence 



A ft P Uni«fiways Inc.— We #01 
ddlver y wtr car to or frmn any 
dty. CireMly aaleoted^tivfliv. 
CM «254t804. 



UiMmilfeVkJB 



10 Appltanco imrrttm 



VACUUM a^BANERS— Hoover. 
Sites aad i«^e. Prompt el- 
fid^ repairs. Pick up and 
m^ery. Ph^one GA84i22 
tiiO. Peed ft Building Sup- 
friiea. Tne 

31 BuiMiii9--4lopairiaa ' 



smyr^! 

Ooatn^tors ft i^e Builders-^ 
Let us help yoa with ttart mn 
tone— additidns— or repairs. 
We eaa furaisfc anierfflls from 
jNiiineirt to atUe a^ aid you in 

Mtotti: Keltem ft Katon, liic 

42M750 
420^937 



43 Position Wantod— Female 

Day care — my home for work- 
ing mother. Large yard. 
Seined porch. Play equip- 
ment. Call 428-2815. 

3-18-TFN 



IST 



90 AHfcifs For Sale 



Strest, cocktail .clothes. Knits, 
slacks and ikK:ketbooks. 
Sites 10. 12, 14. 1004 Curlew 
Drive. CaU 428-7152. 

4-1- IT 



Used Cable Helton planet 
Piano for sale $395. Aiso 
used E^tey C^gan $295. I^ree 
defivwy. Rqwc & Long 
Mtlsic Cd.i 57 PHftcesI Anrts 
Plaza. Call 340-7631. 

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EXAM COURSE 

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Dkjr and Evening Cla««e« 
CiMtei initrueted Bir Practic- 
ing Attorney «nd A LicMbsei 
Reil Estate Breker. 

'Fau State Board' Esana 
Eaitl^— E|ir«U.9ow 

COMPLETE COURSE $35 

TkLmahr's Most Experienced 
^ School , 

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PHOf^E JMA 2.3074 



APARTMENTS— Furnished or 
unfurnished. ¥«KH-ly«r settsMi- 
al. Cooper Realty, 504 (.askin 
Rd., 428 - 1330. Nights 
428-6833. 

3-2 TFN 

Virginia Beach, 316 24th Street. 
Ixjvely 3 bedroom unfurnished 
apartment, duct heat, yearly 
lease. Centrally located, Vk 
blocks from ocean. 428-2929. 

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RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 ApartnMnts FurnislMd 



Auxin's Court M^ Aokftr 
nenti, 206-ltth lAet. £& 
ciency aparUnents. AU etilitn 
furnished. Also, 4-rciom aput- 
m;nt and furnished rtMns. 
Block from Bus l^atitnL %y 
week or month. 

114 Houses For Rent ^m 



Oceana — Nice large unfuriiis 
duplex. 2 bedrooms. lltfli_ 
room. Immediate poscssic^ 
Call 428-2030. 4 

4-l*tt 



114B AptrtfiMNlIt and' 
HoniM For RmH 



Wanted — houses or apartinents 
to resit or sell. Summer rentals 
^leeded. Cooper Realty, 504 
Las kin Road. 428-1330. 
Ni^ts 428-6833. 

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115 Houses— Pi»mitfieii 



-V- 



15 minute drive to either base. 
See at 662 Old Dam Neck 
Aoad, R-630. 1 house avai^r 
able April 1st Call 426-5138, 
CarraUs Estate. 

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Living Rocnn, % be<fatNiM^ 
kitchen and bath. $75 i' 
month. Yearly. Avaitri>te 
AprU 1st. Call 428-6425. - 
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Oceana — Near basM. Fti 
cottage. Seryice couple, 
year — $65 month. Ho depM- 
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Va. 

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The Mixing Bowl 

ty LUCILE CLARK 

X'irginia Bracli SUN Food Kditor 




Oj^tcf Pie A Lcfitett Delight 




GREAT NECK — Richard 
S. GilHs Jr., executive director 
of the Viiiginia Stale Chamber of 
Commerce, will he guest speaker 
at a meeting of the Princess Anne 
Ruriian Club Tuesday. 

The meeting will be held at 
Cox Hiah School on Great Neck 
Road. hcl. William P. Kellam. 
club's program chairman, will in- 
trixJuce the speaker. 

A resident of Ashland. Gillis 



PRO^OtED 




PAVIP W^ OWENS 



Treat ynur guests lo tni.<! superlative oy.sier pie during Lentr 
Youll enjoy making it because it's ao easy, and your friends will 
«nfc>y eatinr it be<aiu8e it's «> delicious! ,. „ 

Start with two pie crusts, butter, flour, salt atid Tabasco— f^* 
«Mty liquid red pepper seasoning so indispensable when you're 
eoddng diellfish, or any kind of fiah. As for the succulent oysters, 
tiie twderest and most deUcate of sea foods, they can be fresh, 
umeen or eanned. 

SOie oyrtera itana to perfection in thia pie, staying plump, moist 
Md trader, while Tabasco atkis ju«t tite xi^ amoUnt of ^i^amt 

Tataaca O^^r Hi ^^— — — — 

1 padcagv pai^ teax »r &lt 

PMl^ i^ a 2-«nut ^ 2 tablespoons flow^-^r- 

*«1™S'P*,^ • % cup butter 

1% V*Bta nediom oyrttert % toaspooB l^baseo - 

Pwpare pastry actwrding to package directions. line bottOTi— 
anaadM of a 9-inch pie plate with half the pastry.Drain oysters; 
WiwjB % cop, liquor. Turn oysters into pie plate; sprinkle with 
M^fltmr and «tot with butter. Combine reserved oyster liquor an4_ 
^ms(»; pour over oysters. Top with remaining pastrv; flufiT^ 
^M to aa^ Cut slits in top cruat to allow steam to escape. Bal*^'^ 
la aM OTcn (460°F.) 30 minutes. YIKW: 6 to 8 servings. 



OYSTER CREAM 
RICE CASSEROLE 

I Oysters combine wiA cooked 
rice in a (felicate lemon eream 
laucc to make a casserole tO|^>sd 
•with Parmesan dieese and but- 
ted cnimlM A dkh designed for 
Wicm «Hto really love oysters 
#aof|ed joA right! Commie 
ms menu with buttered green 
b^URs, citrus Iruit salad, bran 
qwftes and apjslesauce cake. 



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Cmim Rice Canerale 

pint (2 cu|k) oj^ters 
% cup milk (about) 
3 tablespoons butter &t 

margarine 
1 teaspoon salt 
1 tabJespoMijJlour 
.M ^aspoon^paij^ 
1 tablespoon grated onion 
1 tablespoon lemon juice 
I cups (xx)ked rice '' 
Vt cup buttered cereal crumbs 
14 cup grated Parmesan cheese 

Drain c^ers, reserving liquid. 
AM enough of the milk to make 
Wie cup liquid. 

Melt bottftr in saucepan; stir in 
flour, salt, and paprika. Add milk 
WM oyster liquid all at once, stir- 
rii^ constantly until smooth, 
Cook until thickened, stirrin^f 
oix»sionally. 

Fold in onions legion »uice 
riw, and drained ovstc^s. Pou- 
into a CTeased 1 qu»rt casserole 

Combine buttered cru^ibs and 
cftttese^ Sprinkle over casserole 

Bidce in moderate oven (375 
Agrees) about 20 minutes, or 
until dioroughly heated and 
finunfas 4|re browned. Yields six 
MTviags. 

Salmon, one of the tastiest 
members of the fish family, is an 
cxoeltet choice for those meat- 
less divs tiirouohout the vear ai^d 
e$pe(»ally during Lent. All i^^-^ 
COBtaiai nutritional elements. 
but salnKMi is htffcer in protein 
and cakium aiw! lower in calories 
and fat than most other soecies. 
Not only Alaskans but Ameri- 
cans in probably all the. other 49 
•totes enioy luscious salmon 
fteaks native to the waters <rf 
the Pacift: Northwest, thanks to 
ist mmm, methods and quick 
hippUM <rf tf»e fresh fish. 

H0f% a simple redve for 

ither baktog or llH^oilin^ Htc 

icaks. T^ ikmm^ trick s 

■iKaw^, ^ oeppy red liquid 

ax^dispeBMble to fish 

' l^uco atnrinnes 



with melted butter and lime or 
lemon juice to enhance the fresh 
fish flavor. 

For a gourmet garnish, serve 
the steaks with a fresh, creamy 
cucumber sauce of sour cream, 
diced cucumber and zesty Ta- 
basco. 

Salmon Steaks AU^db 

y* cup butter, melted 
4% teaspoons lime or le.mon 
juice ' 

V4 teaspoon Tabasco 
4 salmon steaks, fresh or ^ 
, frozen, cut 1-inch thick 

' Combine butter, lime juice 
and Tabasco. To bake, place 
salmon steaks in shallow bak- 
ing dish. Sprinkle lightly with 
salt. Pour Tabasco butter over 
steaks. Bake in a moderate oven 
(350 degrees K), 25 tq 30 min- 
utes, or until easily flaked with 
a fork. To broil, place salmon 
steaks on greased broiler rack. 
Sprinkle lightly with salt; pour 2" cups 



David W. Owens has been 

•»'omof«d to ^s«ist?iirt cashier »♦ 
'['"nk of Virginia Beach and 

!Uzt. H: h"s been associate:' 
t*h the bank since 1958. 

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VEPCO NOMINATED 



Virginia 

"lertr-c and Power Company is 
"IS of four investor-owned elec- 
-i; utjlitv companies that have 
been nominated for the 1964 
Edison award,, tfie industry's 
highest honor 



Vepco was nominated because 
of its work in developing what 
will be the free world's first 
500,{M)0 Ti-^olt commercial elec- 
tric transmission line. The new 
system will transport power from 
Vepco's mine-mouth station, now 
being constructed in Grant 
County, W.Va. to load centers 
in central and northern Virginia. 
~\epco has submitted a pre- 
sentkion abont its develoomeitt 
of the line to Edison Electric 
Institute, an organization serv- 
the investor-owned utilities. 



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Tabasco butfeV over steaks. Place 
in pre-heated broiler 4 inches 
from heat. Broil 15 minutes, or 
until easily flaked with a fork. 
If desired, garnish with lime or 
lemon slices. Serve with •Cu- 
cumber Sauce. Yield: 4 servings. 
NOTE: If steaks are frozen, 
thaw in refrigerator, or cook un- 
thawed according -to package 
directions. 



is a graduate of Randolph- 
Macon, where he was wlitor of 
the school (^per, and was for- 
merly news wliior of the Hsrald- 
Progre^ and a correspondent for 
Richmond and New York news- 
papers. 

After World War II he 
oined t h e a^ndolph - Macon 
staff as administrative as- 

His extensive work in civic 
and service organizations has 
netted him many awards and 
recognitions, including tlie Db- 
tinguished Alumnjis Award from 
Randolph - Macon, and (Hher 
awards of distinction from the 
Kiwanis Club, the Ashland 
Chamber of Commerce and th" 
American Cancer Sk)ciety. 

Gillis still finds time in his 
busy schedule to teach a course 
in public relations at the Uni- 
versity of Richmond's Universi- 
♦v College, serve as a member of 
Governor Albertis S. Harrison's 
military staff and as ciiairman of 
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VIRGINIA SlACH, vrRGINIA, THURSDAY, APfelL 8, 1965 



Two Sections— 1 6 Pages 



Itt 



TWO BOYS, 14, 
F^ACE CHARGES 



SINGLE COPY: 10c. BY MAIL $3.50 PER YEAR 



MA|.IBU -r Two 14-ye«r-61d 
Malibi^ youths ere sch«ii*led to 
appear I in Juvenile Court April 



20 at 
chaises 
: One 
Me to 
••fair" 

the stol 
riding ct\ 

T*c 
ger, was 




pAi. to . face three 
:h 6f auto tfieft. 
the boy</jj^ be tti- 
Jpear. He jslisted in 
iditlon in a Norfolk 
injuria Teceived when 
car in which he was 
led ir^o a tr». 
), #h<> wii a patseo^ 
thrown throu^i the 
windshiek^'pOlke said. He suf- 
fered pc^bl^ btain damage, 
cuts (d the tux and internal in- 
^ries. ' ' . . . ' 

The acci(^ttook place about 

4 a.nj. Saturday ii^ Malibu, 

'"^Shculy after the boys h«d stolen 

', • car for a joy pi<fe. The ^ung 

driver apparently lost control of 

' tfw car and careened through a 

Irom yard Into k tree. 

Folic* 9M ^ driver, tmly 
slightly fl^Med, b^siMc fri|^- 
entd and ^ frcKW tfie scene. 



New Fire Equipment For Bayside Volunteers 



Officers ' John- W. Pritchard anj 
R., D. Sawyer responded to the 
call and were told by a witness 
that a young boy wis seen run- 
ning away from the 'accident. 
*" Det<^live James- A. Tye of 
the JuvsniJe ^read w^s m^ified 
and launched a search for ihf 
mining yputh. Tye-aaid he was 
afraid the boy had b^n serious- 
'Jy injured ijpcause of the anf le 
oC Ac steering wheal in the de- 
moraJied Car. \ 

The boy il|S iKated- in 
Kempsville ^abo^ 10 s(.m. Sun- 
day. He toW Tye and Detective 
M. L. Eajy, who had joined the 
investigation, that he had hid- 
den in a wooded um during the 
ni,&ht and admi^ he vms \fyt 
drivw of die wrenced carj tl 

The ii^ured youth h«s WA. 
been questioned, polity said, but 
investigation has determined that 
the two boys had stolen cars for 
joy riding on two previous oc- 
oasins. '' ■ ■■" -^^ ■^-^^...^...^.-^^ 





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S«Tfic«^rtiapied by di«^%., wlff: speak Monday 



VJRC^IIA mAm — the 
newly c(»tstructed First Baf^ait 
■Chundi on 35th Street will hoW 

E* df special dedication serv- 
1^^ with, the ll,a.m. 
:^^a^. 
' $iliM^ morning speaker will 
be I>r.,(j^r|e M. Modlin, presi- 
dent of the University of Rich- 
mond sthd -a Ttfmfer member of 
tSe church. 

W. Barry Garrett, associate 
<fim^ of the Ba{Aist Joint 
Odmqiittee on Public Affairs in 
Washington, will deliver the ma- 
}0t, ad^«s8 Sunday nidtt. 

Dr. R. Melvin Hemferson, 
chairman of the IDepartment of 
Nev Testament Studies of the 
Crozer TTieok^ical Seminary in 



awl tuoday n^£U. Wednesday 
ni^t's speaker w^l be Uie flev. 
Clarke A. Wiseman, pastor of 
Southside Baj^ist Church In 
Chesapeake. 

the choir wiM present the 
Lenten MaK>n cantata "The 
Cross" during, the traditional 
Candlelight D}nunumQn Service 
Thursday ni^f.*"' " " ^ 

Friday will be devoted to a 
community-wide Good Friday 
service which will start at noon 
and a>ntinue until about 3 p.m. 
Seven area ministers will take 
part along with choral represen- 
tatives from their respective 
churches. 

The public is invited to at- 
tend any of the "s#viccs. 



Volunteer fire departments in Bayside Borough Were given a bqosi by the iity last week with the arrival of new 750- 
gaMon pim^r Irucks. Total purchase jirice of ^^000 was paid out bf tlie Bayside Improvement Fund. David Lee, a volun- 
teer firenmn from the Oceana Park Department, stands before the re<l truck that goes to that unit. The white truck in tlw 
center goes to the Chesap^ke Beach Dejiartmeiit and the r«l and white m the right gries to the Davis G>rner Dejiartmait. 

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ESLECT-A GROWING^ROBLEM- 



By Ruby Icm PUH^m 



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Child neglect, a rapidly 
creasing problem in Virginia 
Beach, is a monster of many 
faces. The most recognized per- 
•haps is child-beating. But im- 
morality, excessive drinking, 
filthy living conditions, even 
apaUiy, ane all faces of mon- 
strous neglect, breeders of de- 
linquency am} crime, ^ieglect 
oases aie^riiHNt Is a aftbreA iaf 
inv^t^tbm cmifrqntinj y 

^ost difficult to fSQvt.^ 

A '*«i8pccted** child-beating 
victim, a badly battn^ed 20- 
month <rfd boy, was admitted to 
a hospital last February, his liv- 
er lacerated, his spleen ruptured, 
nearly every portion of his body 
black wHh heavy bruises. He un- 

Easter Chicks 
Against Law 




Hie jPkst Bi^ytat Churdi » {rianang a week-lcmg st^edule 
ol dedk»ti(m servioea. 

(SoHsons Pboto) 



VIRGIMA BEACH — If 

you have bcen^ thinking about 
surprising the kiddies with a lit- 
tle tinted live chick this Easter 
— don't. It's against the law. 

Police Lieut. G. C. iRiley has 
r^ued a reminder to parents of 
the 1964 General Assembly ac- 
tion that prohibits the sale di 
small fowl as Easter gifts. 

Article 6, 3-609.1 of the Code 
of Virginia states: "No person 
^all sell, offer for sa)e. barter or 
^give away, in quantities of less 
than six, living chicks, ducklings 
or other fowl under two months 
oW." 

Individuals or businesses vio- 
lating this law will be guilty of 
a misdemeanor and "upon con- 
viction shall be punished by a 
fine of not less than $10 and not 
to exceed $500." 

BLOODNOBltE 

VIRGiiViA BEACH — 
Th> Red Cross Blaodmobile 
wiU be at the Viffinia Beach 
Fire Station on We|iesdlay 
from noon to 6 p.nN 

An BTgMit call Is out for do- 
tm% ol B ne^ve type blood. 
An types of blood m needed 
to hdip replenidi the Nin>ly 
to be used for tOur serious 
heart cases. Oqe is a 12 <ye«- 
oU ^, another is a 64 year 
old man. 

Ptease note tte cl^m^ in 
location from Mie Ovfe Cen- 
ter to the FIRE STATION on 
20th Street and Arctic Ave. 



derwent Uiree operations and a 
long hospi<al confinement but 
he was given a second chance at 
life. — ^™— ^^^;.^^™™^^ 

The ca,«« was infvestigated by 
Juvenile Bureau Detective M. L. 
Ealy. He brought chiW neglect 
chaiges against a 23-year-old 
Fort Story man who h»d been 
(»Ting for the child while the 
mother worked. The case went 
to court but was dismissed 1^ 
•Hack <rf «vl<hmee." i ^ 

fm -2(]^mofl^ta*ia*fttiWr^ 
viw«f. Many do not. A 9-mpnth- 
old girl, the only child of a Navy 
family, died of multiple brtiises 
about the head and Ntck ap- 
parently caused by blows. 

Evictencc for a homicide 
charge was too slight but, since 
the baby had been left under the 
ca^ of a 7-year-old child, De- 
tective F. S. Krahenbill man- 
aged to bring neglect charges 
against the parents. The father, 
20. was sentenced to one year 
in jail. The mother, 19, received 
a suspended sentence. 

These are not remote cases. 
They are Jjecoming more com- 
mon every day and the city's in- 
creasing juvenile problem re- 
flects home situations that lead 
to the death of a 9-momh-old 
and the tragic beating* of a 
slightly older child. This is a 
growing concern with Virginia 
Beach police officials, not only 
because of its pathetic effect on 
innocent children and their for- 
mative teen-age years but also 
becatise of the adult apathy that 
hinders investigation and prose- 
cution. 

AH too often embarrassment 
is riie only inconvenience suf- 
fered by an accused violator. 
Lack of cooperation may defeat 
the law in these cases, despite 



from all walks of life. The' par- '°^ 
ents take little pride in their 
temporary dwellings and find it 
difciwilt to integrate into the 
community. Unhappioess may 
lead to drinking, immorality or 
divorce . . . and violence toward 
the children. , 

Younpters sthiggling for 
freedom from these surrpundings 
often turn toward crime, first by 
unlawfully taking items 



Golden" and "Jubilee' 
wearing their Easter bonr^ts. 
Following the .costumes oi by- 




down the boardwalk 

Revived again a few short 
years ago. the annual Easter 
Boardwalk Parade has become 
an established tradition for Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Lois Nelson"iahd CfiSrles War- 



Chorus, under spon.sorship of 
the Rotary Club, presents "Show 
concerted efforts to bring such ,^ Boat" 



crimes under control. "I don't 
want to •become involved" is f re- 



HEARINGS MAY 
DRAW CROWDS 



S»MOR LIFE SAVING 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Red 
Cross Sentor Life Saving classes- 
will start i^rH 22 and continue 
on lliursdays from 7 to 10 p.m. 
for six weeks^ Registration may 
be made in person at the Red 
Cross offi(% at I9di Street ajKl 
Arctic Avenue. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Pub- 
lic hearings on the city's 1965- 
66 budget and the proposed sales 
tax ordinance may draw unpre- 
cedented crowds to City Hall 
Monday. 

Two committees formed ear- 
lier to keep an eye on City Coun- 
cil have indicated they will at- 
tend tlK hearings to question 
some of the proposed items. 

Representatives of the Watch- 
•dog Committee cf the Reoubli- 
can City Committee and the 
Nonpartisan Committee f p r 
Good City Government for Vir- 
ginia Beach, which are reported- 
ly -not connected, obtained cop- 
ies of die budgei last week. 

Hearing on the budget and 
two per cent sales tax are K:hed- 
uled for 10 a.m. City Council 
will hold its regular meeting at 
2 p.m. 



Jane Garrison and Ray Jer- 
ome, playing the romantic leads, 
will sing the unforgetable "Make 
Believe" and "Why Do I Love 
You?" 

\ The show boat "family" will 
\>t headed by Michael Heneghan 
as Captain Andy and Vi Ragan 
,as his hilariously shrewish wife. 
The lovely selections of "Fish 
Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly" 
and "Bill" will be sung by Carol 
Hall. 

Fred Watkins will sing the 
classic "Old Man River" and 
Shirley Fentress and Wei ton 
Smith will perform as a song and 
dance team. Another major role 
will be portrayed by Mary Jane 
Utley. 

Supporting roles will be 
handled by Foy Shaw, Frank 
Ferrigno, Bill Utley. John and 
Peggie MacArthur, Sam Ernst, 
Morgan Rucker, Esther Hutch- 
erson, Liz Sills and Ruth van- 
Buskirk. Charies Oliver is ths di- 
rector. 

The mysical will be presented 
April 27-May 1. Tickets are 
available in Virginia Beach at 
B & M Delicatessen, Price's Hill- 
top Store and the Clothing Chest. 



an habitual pattern of delinquen- 
cy. Juvenile officials, from the 
to work with these youngsters as 
police through the courts, strive 
individuals, to assist them in 
straightening out their lives. 
Contrary to the mental picture 
of juvenile court, it is a private 
conference room where young- 
sters and their parents may seek 
counseling. 

The juvenile court docket is 
crammed beyond capacity, fwoof 
of the city's frightening increase 
in crime and problems among 
the young people. Many will 
find a solution within the court. 
Others will not. The true ^lu- 
tion must come from within the 
home, from parents who instill 
proper valu^ at an early age. 
From panents who cast aside 
selfishness, ignorance and apathy 
in favor of a regulated and prop- 
eriy supervised home life. Offi- 
cials agree that until this is rec- 
ognized and accepted by parents, 
there can be no relief to the 
city's mushrooming child neglect 
cases and juvenile crime. 



ave announc«Ki the (*aff- [John Kf a<^3t, 
>f the various committer J Mrs. L 
for this year's event. They are:'ttekkcr, 



quently the flimsy excuse given , from all parts of the country and Jubilee mascots, Jamaican bur- 
officials when they seek assist-" •■ '^ - - - ■'"- '"^-i-^"" "-•' "'■■'-=«""• 
ance in bringing neglect chaises 
against an obvkws violator. 

Child-beating is violent. Other 
faces of neglect are less recog- 
nized but no less vicious. Detec- 
tive J. A. Tye investigated the 
home of a non-commissioned of- 
ficer. There were five small chil- 
dren, a sixth due in thr^c 
months. The smaller ones lay in 
thifljr own filth on-a bare wti- 
)S!^ the kit^o was crusted 
witfr bak^-on fhM#'^iri«ili» 
food, unwashed clothing and 
garbage were piled together In 
a stench^illed closet and tte 
overall condition was one of un- 
believable filth. The children 
were removed from the home. 

Although many of the neglect 
cases stem from lower income 
families, mpney is not necessarily 
the prime factor. Officials be- 
lieve the early environment and 
education of the parents, lack 
of religious training, divorce and 
selfishness are the leading con- 
tributors to neglect. Child-beat- 
ing is primarily caused by ex- 
cessive drinking and health and 
mental conditions. 

Most of the city^s neglect 
problems are among white tran- 
sit families who come to the area 

'Show Boat' 
suits April 27 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 

black-stacked riverboat "Cot- 
ton Blossom" will tie up at Prin- 
cess Anne High School April 27 
when the Virginia Beach Civic 



Easter Parade 
Again TIanned 

W -noris Padrirt ^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Promenading dn the boardwalk mi 
Easter Sunday is a tradition for the residents of Virginia Beach, 
and again, this Easter the gala event will take plM«. 

Over fifty years ago, when Virginia Beach was a favorite 
resort, one of the many joys of being in the little .seashore town 
was the promenading along the 
then old wooden board walk 
along the ocean front. 

In 1956 at the celebration of 
Virginia Beach's Golden Jubilee, 
the Easter Parade was a high- 
light of the historical celebration, 
reliving the grandeur of the ft- 
sort's history with a "Review of 
Fashions from 1906 to 1956". 
Attics were explored and trunks 
gone through and on Easter Sun- 
day afternoon, the most amaz- 
ii\g and complete fashion show 
of hist<»-y was recorded as the 
promenaders strolled from 26th 
Street to 22nd Street, led by the 



John Maddox, judging; Michael 
Savvides, priKs; and Ruby Jean 
Phillips and Jeff Warren, pot^- 
city. The Whispering P^^Ga^- 
den Club will decorate. ,**! 

Promenadii^ will ^m ft 
12:30 'p.m. aod will be aw^the 
Boardwalk between 22jRf i*d 
28th atreets. P^zes wll Ife 
awardfcd by W. WiHlam P. 
Kellam at 1:45 p.m. in frrat ol 
the Norwegian Lady. 

Winners will be selected % 
unidentified ju^es fen- Oie m- 
lowing categoric: best dressed 
man, best dressed woman, best 
dressed couple, best dressed 
family, largest family, b^t 
(kessed teen-ager <boy), h^t>^ 
dressed teen-ager (prl]^ "^m 



gone da>s, the Best Dressed Eas- dr^ad^Tiov, best dressAi girl, 
ter Paraders of 1956 strolled, .^jgt dressed tot to toddler (girl) 



and (boy). 

The Boardwalk Easter Parade 
is cme of the events put on \fj 
the Chamber of Commerce 
Events Committee under te 
chairmanship of Laura Lart^. 
On the committee are Sidney 

MMMMMHI 




men of the various committer I Mrs. Lucy Trafton and WiHfam 



Local DE Studfiiiti 
Take State Honors 



GILLIS SPEAKS 
ON INDUSTRY 

GREAT NECK" — Tuesday 
night, Richard S. Gillis, Jr., ex- 
ecutive director of the State 
Chamber of Commerce, spoke at 
a regular meeting of the Princpss 
Anne iRuritan Club, held at Cox 
High School. 

He was introduced by the 
club's program chairn-an, Del. 
William P. Kellam. The major 
topic of Gillis' speech was in- 
dustrial expansion. 

During the administration of 
Governor Albertis S. Harrison, 
Jr., Gillis has been quite active 
in the area of industrial expan- 
sion and has been instrumental 
in bringing new industry to Vir- 
ginia through his work with the 
Governor's staff. 

In the last year alone, 70 new 
industrial plants have located in 
the Old Etominion, according to 
Gillis. He says in addition that 
90 existing Virginia plants have 
undertaken major expansion. 
He says that in the past twelve 
months, an average of three new 
or expanded industrial plants 
have been announced in the 
state. 

\ 



. VIRGINIA BEACH — Four 
Virginia Beach studems won 
state-wide recognition at the 
State Conference of Distributiiw 
Education Clubs of America 
held last weekend, at Old Point 
Cofnfort. .. 

Andrea %elly, a student at 
Frank W. Cox Hi^ School, was 
named DE Student of the Year, 
the highest honor the state can 
bestow upon a DE student. 

Miss Kelly, who previously 
won the district title, took the 
state award over winners firom 
16 other Virginia districts. The 
award is based on every aspect 
of academic, vocational and per- 
sonal composition. 

She will now represent the 
state in the national competition 
at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in 
Chicago next month. 

Another Cox High School 
student, Elizabeth Price, won the 
second place trophy in the sales 



competition cate^ry ftv tie iee- 
ond c(Misecutive year. She was 
the first place wjnner in die dis- 
trict competition. 

Two fornwr Primess Am* 
High School stuttents, Cardytt 
Litchfield and Betty Bait^, i%'p- 
resented Old I^minbn Co^^ 
at the cdnfeieiKe and walk^ 
away with t<^ hoo(Mis. 

Miss Litchfield won fiiot 
place in the Marketing tin|Mbve^ 
ment divisbn. %e plaitn^, of- 
gani»d and directs a fashk^ 
show in her club's name to start 
a scholarship fund. This prd}ect 
will be entered in the NatiiMil 
Leadership (Conference in Qii- 
cago. ' ' 

Miss Bailey took seooiKi ptaoe 
in the Managemotf b^sio|ft- 
Making competition. She ati|0 is 
a candidate for Natidnal P(H|t 
Secondary Southern R^fidn Vtoe 
President. 




BETTY BAILEY 



cAmiLYBf tJicMnja 



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VfcGlNlA ft^TH SUH T>iM> Mit y ,^ii>pfil 8, 1 965 



ENCAqEMENTb 



The 'Y* of fl 






Miss Beverley Kennett 
^ (Boice phot J ) 

KOtelT — WmTTENl n aboard the USS Hyades, a re- 

VI^HflA BEACH - Mr ' ''' -" ' 

■ad Mf$. Rickard Lyrni Kennett 
of 201 75th Street tiuiounce 
&e ^igemeot of their daugh- 
ter, Aaie Beverley, to James 
Smith 'Wkiitea of Birmingham, 



AlabamiL Mr. Whitten is the 
•00 erf Mr. aad Mrs. Lawrence 
Samwl Whitlai of 2315 21st 
Aveouft South, Blnnin|ham, 
Alabtuna. 

Mwt Kennett is an honor 
graduate of Virginia Beach Hifi 
Schod. %e irtteoded Lake Erie 
Cc«^. ftunetvillc, Ohio, where 
SAe nerved the degree of Bach- 
rfew «f Aste. During her junior 
^KT, Mm Kennett studied at 
m Uafvershy of Goettingen, 
Goetti^m, G^many. While a 
ih«to Jrt UU firif College, 
Miss Reanett m^vtd on the So- 
cW Boanl, tiic Faculty Arfviswy 
Osmmittcc, as wesicieiit of the 
Ont«3tug Ch# zmx^Mt «^^ 
tw ^ the yetrhook, Tacufty ts- 
stoa«, laboi«ory assistant, hi- 
^^^ ia chemistry, senior 
<^^«loT, and camous guide for t 
w iWmissions office. She re- ' 
^^Jhe Faculty Ciiatioa of 
i^^^pn ft^ oustanding stu- 
"H^flferty inrtructor. Mi» 
Kj^^ tt a member of the Uni- 
tymam of America. Ap 
Booor Society, and the 
Chiffl and Scroll Jour- 
Sodrty. 

yfc * Kei^fftt has been em- 
|M^ ^ t Aemic«l analyst for 
WM:f. Hemz ComfMuiy, Mtts- 
*" Fe«n.; ^ receptiotiirt at 
jVirgiiM Betch motels, 
'a tmktkm taoM. She 
«^^, 1959 Lotus Oueen and 
*"*''*"» tt»mver girl on many 
*■-'" Mtvertising Virginia 

^tiftm^tfy workin« in the 
Hofwk tr^ as a model, style 
rtffjf <»ordin^or and commcn- 

,Mps Kennett i* the grand- 
dt^^^ <rf the late Mr. arid 
ki%, Robert Beveriey Jordan, 
and Mm Charles Roscoe Ken- 
nett adt Ae late Mr. Kennett, 



frjgerated cargo vessel operating 
out of Norfolk. He plans to re- 
turn to Bhmingham, after his 
naval tour of duty, where he will 
be associated with the firm, 
Lawrence S. Whitten and Son, 
Architects. 

Mn Whitten is tfie grandson 
of the late Mr. «d Mrs. Jkmes 
W. Whitten of Anderson, S.C, 
and Mrs. Jaates Gibson Smith 
and the late Mr. Smith of Bir- 
miMham, Ala. 

Tne wedding will take place 
on May 22 at 7:30 p.m. at Gali- 
lee Episcopal Church, Virginia 



WEDDING 



e«ert Writer 

Patty Cox 

Y-Tesn State Coirferenra 

A Y-Teen can be defined as 
an enthusiastic, vivacious and 
co-operative giri of hi^h school 
age. You can be sure that when 
a large group of these cirls get 
together something mi<jhty un-" 
usual is going to happen— and 
this very thiI^ happened the 
weck-ehd of March 12 - 14 at 
the beautiful Roslyn Convention 
Center in Richmond, Virguia. 
This convention center is a 
beautiful 185 acre estate. 

The conference, was attended 
by delegates from all over the 
state of Virginia, The delegates 
from Virginia Beach wer; Anne 
Jones, Virginia Beach High. 
Yvonne Hnartv. Virgliila Beach 
Junior High. Nanette Kut^- Vir- 
ginia B^ch Hifh. Mary Imilh, 
Princess Anne High and Patty 
Coji, Cox High. 

The theme of this year's con- 
ference was "Match us to these 
Times". The program included 
tttting acquainted activities, a 
^ama, a panel discussion, a mo- 
tie and fpeaker, world fellow- 
ship program and lots of singing. 
I can say from experiencethat 
this occasion was one of the 
most m3inorahIe of mv }}{»,. - 
"Y CALENDAR 
Mlomhy. A|pril 12 
Swimming Cavalier Hotel Pool 
2:30 - 5:30 p.m.. 8:00 - 9:00 
p.m. Adults and Teen a«sr« 
Tuesdav thm Friday, Apr. 13-16 
Swimming Cavalier Hotel Pool, 
3:30 - 4:30 p.m. (Begtnners 
only). 

With the exception , of swim- 
ming classes, all other classes 
will not meet during Holy Week 
— ^^Regular meeting and enroll- 
ments will resume on April 19. 




It all began tm Easter Sunday afternoon. April 4. 1915 at 
Synurnds Creek, North Carolina. Jasper Thompson had just 
be*n made the Justice of Peace that April. The n»rriage of 
Miss Mamie Jackson^ to Jim White was his first official duty 
perfom^. They arrived at his home in a Iwrse drawn iMiflty 
and sat in the buggy as the Justice of the Peace stood on the 
other side of the barnyard gate and married them. 





KEMPSVILLEGC 



K E M FSVITXE — 1 



Kempsville Garden Club held its 
fi^uter meeting recently *t the 
home of Mrs. C. A. Bamforth. 
Guest speaker was Mrs. O. 
Robert Plumb who spoke on 
"Japanese Arrangements". 

The Chesopeian Colony Clyb 
members judged "Corsages" 
made by ihie members and 
awarded gold ribbon to Mrs. C. 
A. Bamforth; blue ribbons to 
Mrs. Wesley Hardison, Mrs. M. 
M. Gregory, Mrs. H. C Hend- 
ron, Mrs. E. L. Byrd, Mrs. W 




VAnlilB Fair 
Trip IHiinned 

flCEAN PiM^K — 
weta hiid ft^ tj|^ aiMial |rjp „ 
New York «t the ^u^ nmtiiit 
pf the CkHran |brk Wdpaul 
Club held last week at ^s nome 
of Mrs. L. Charles BurtMc. 

A bus will be charterer ^ ta^ 
38 members to the New'Y4^ 
World's Fair on May 18 for a 
thr« day stay at the Americana. 
Co-chairaien in charge of the 
trip ue Mr*. Charlet Martin* 
ette and Mrf. Frames Cake. 

Final arrangements will ' be 
made at the next meeting, April 
14. L. Charles Burlage will be 
the guoM fpeato at the up-com- 
ing meeting and bis Wip^ ^ill hf. 
"Abraham LiiMotn". / 

Mrs. David Whitlaker VIU bt 
the famtess at t)»|iin^«ofl meh 
ing wbkA wiil h$^ ft it'.wD 
pM. at the CMtt Iwk Vo|iii|- 
teer Fli« DeiM. efqb ae^H. 



BIRCHWOOO W, 

BIBCHWCXW — 
wood Owdeii CJifb 
meetipg on i^m^j 
the bomt of Mil. A. . . .,^„^ .. 
on Cronin Rm4, ;^ I p.0. 

Mn. L. L. HmL mm 

speaker lectured m fwm Art 
In GeneraF. 

At the recent fkwer show 
sponsored by the Virginia Beach 
Council of Garden Clubs hfcld at 
Linkhorn Park School, Mrs. R. 
L. Hyland, a member of the 
Birchw<^ Garden' Club was 
awarded a red ribbon for her en- 
try, in the classification "Pul- 
sing Rhydim", an arrangement 
of dried material using pii^ satia 
toe shoes as a container, ■""' ""^ 



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)mcm^^ beach 

THE "BOUNCE" COME^ iACff 




M4 IJ^KW ROAD, VUtGINIA •EAQi Bmm OA MItl 
~ ~ ^^ OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 

7M0 Grimby St.. WahU C^tnmt — Pk. M3-U19 



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■ WILLNIt'SH WIUNift'SM WiLLNErsP 

Be S(M|y^ VISIT qf0L 

THRIFT SHO^ - 407 GRANBY ITRter 
TNMiripOUS VALUES . 





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Easter 
Fashions 

ARRIVING DAILY! 



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COATS 
I SUITS * 
• DRESSES 



Mr. and Mrs. J. E. White, fifty years later, cut their 
Golden A4H«versary cake together. ^ (irfioto by Tom Norton) 



GOLDEM ANNIVERSAJ 

El 




tMM INukAe, Va 

Mr. Vhitten mduated from 
^s<iy Hi^ School in Ala- 
bama wiMre he was a member 
oi Om Natknal Honor Sockty. 
He hiM the decrees of Bachelor 




fcfr. WWt- 

I' Cn4^m 

, . t, R.I., and is. 

«Mi Ensign, Uni^ 

* (Hcierve, stationed 

JR. ClUI 

C0LONY-- 

red rib- 
k the 
ieach 
I of 

presented 

'xrtr; Janie 

JiiKfra Lowe, 

of tbc Junior 

-l*d«0Col- 

»*f their 

and 

Ciix vel- 




MRS. DOUGLAS PROPP 

NEWNAM — PROPP 

Miss Gay Carol Ncwnam be^ 
came the bride of Douglas Dar- 
win Roy Propp Saturday at 4 
p.m. in the First Presbyterian 
Church. The Rev. John Lyies, 
pastor of the church officiated. 
The bride is a daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Gaither T. Ncw- 
nam of Liokhom Park. The 
Iwidegroom is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Fred Propp of Wash- 
bum, N.D. 

The bride was given in mar- 
riage Iw her father. Her sister, 
Miss Caroline Belle Newnam 
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids 
wtn Misses Mary Morgan of 
Sylva. N.C., Beverly Grady (rf 
Mt. Olive, N.C., Jeanie Veasey 
of Washington, NX:., Cathey 
Rodgers of Lexington. N.C., and 
Mary Powell. Allen Midgett was 
rii« bearsf. > 

Robert O. Bfewiiam, brother 
of Ae bride, was best man. 
Gfownsmcn were Dennis Han- 
art trf Los Aagcles, Calif., Jqhp 
^ifl^nGM dl Mapolia, Ark., 
'IVMoas A. Newnam, another 
1^^ fli Ae hri<te, Hewar^ Al- 
i^, ^^arles Me«;hm 
A recftpf^n was held in the 

a I Wldwsbip hall. After a 
M tri{> to the Blue Ridge 
Wms in MwA Carolina, 
Ae cc^tk will live m Virginia 



E. Shiflett ihd Mrs. John W. 
Moore; red ribbon to Mrs. R. 
H. Evick and Mrs. W. O. 
Stakes. 

For Horticulture, blue rib- 
bon was awarded to Mrs. John 
W. Moore, Mrs. H. P. Tyler, 
Mrs. H. D. Pugh, Mrs. Margorie 
Stanton and Mrs. W. E. Shiflett. 



PLANT SALE FRIDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 

Plant and Shrub Sale will^ be 
held on Friday from 9 a.m' to 
4 p.m. at the Laskin Road shop- 
ping center. 

Sponsored by the Whispering 
Pines Garden Club, the proceeds 
of the sale will help to send a 
child to nature camp this sum- 
mer. 



LYNNHAVEN — The chil- 
dren of Mr. and Mrs. J. lE. 
White entertained their parents 
with a reception at the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Rumpf, 
their youngest daughter, in 
Kempsville Heights, on the oc- 
casion of their Golden Wedding 
anniversary last Sunday. 

More than a hundred guests' 
called during the afternoon, and 
as they arrived they were pre- 
sented to the* receiving line of 
Eulion T. White, their son from 
Lynnhaven; Mrs. Thomas C. 
Warren of Albany, Ga., and 
Mrs. Rurppf, their daughters. 
They, in "turn, presented the 
guests to their parents. 

Mrs. White's dress was of 
navy and^ white silk and her cor- 
sage was k white bride's orchid. 
Her husband presanted her with 
a beautiful gold wedding ring 
set. 

The tiered ifour leaf clover 
shaped cake was topped with an 
open book and was the focal 
point of the serving table. Tra- 
ditional gold and white color 
themes were carried out by sev- 
eral floral arrangements in the 
living room and gift display 



Serving \vere Miss Elvie Jack- 
son and Mrs. Loreen Wise of 
Elizabeth City.^N.C, and Mrs. 
William W. Rumpf of Norfolk. 
Mrs. A. B. Marshall of Triangle, 
Va., received and? displayed the 

gifts. :, ;;;- ^ -^^ 



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excUtm'ely our own 

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SHOPS FOR THE LADiES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

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A terrific selection of 
till types of spring 

wcrrlntudiie---' ■■"■■" - -' 

Qtfn Monday & Friday evenings til 9 p.m. 
3133 v.. Beach Blvd. V«. B««ch, VSrglnit 




ridewat«r tKrwgers . with special prt^ects chairman of 
ORT look over the tickets thev will sell for the "Bcachnut Ball." 
Left to fight are Charlene Lilly of Granny High, Mrs. Robert 
Low. Scott Weekly of Maury High, and Wendy Nickens. of 
Norvie^ High. 

, (Staff photo by Padrick) 

Beachnut Ball April 14 



farticipated In 
Dance Concert 

LYNCHBURG — Susan Sel- 
lers, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 
T. D. Sellers, 2713 Sandy Valley 
Road, Virginia Beach, partici- 
pated in the Spring Dance Con- 
cert at Randolph-Macon Wom- 
an's College recently. 

The annual modem-dance 
concert represents the combined 
efforts of art. dance, drama, 
English, music, and religion stu 
dents and professors at Ran- 
dolph-Macon. Most of the 
dances performed this year were 
origiqal compositions choreo- 
graphed by students and pr 
sented for the first time, i 

Susan is a freshman at R. 
dolph-Macoft. • - »- 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Tide- 
water Teenagers will have a 
chance to dance for iharUy^^L 
the Beachnut Ball to be held 
April 14 at the Alan B. Shepard 



from 9 |i.in. to 



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^Tien ncwcomets move to 
town, our 11 ()ste.ss greets them, 
and extends a *da)me, with 
the fK'r.sunal messages of our 
friendly, civic.niindcd sjxm- 

NEWCOMERS GREETING 

Mrs,^ Margaret Lowman 
Hostefl^ , 



Civic Center 
midnigh^M if^ 

Cto^spensSfed by the Wom- 
en's American ORT (Organiza- 
tion for Rehabilitation through 
Training) and radio station 
WNOR, the ball will feature the 
Beachnut Combo. 

As well as ^ving fun to bene- 
fit others a teenager holding a 
lucky ticket will be awarded a 
custom made surfboard. Other 
door prizes wilj also be awarded.' 

Teenagers may come stag or 
with dates. The advance ticket 
price is $1.00, but if purchased 
the night of the dance at the 
Dome, the price will "be $1.50. 

Representatives at all Virginia 
Beach, Norfolk and Portsmoutfi 
high schools may be contacted 
lor tickets, or they may be pur- 
chased at "The Plice" in Ward's 
Corner. Mrs. iRobert Low, spe- 
cial projects chairrtian for ORT, 
may also be contacted for infor- 
ms^itm ami tickets at SI7-984S, 



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SMART BUNNTES MOP 

TO NORFOLK FOR 

EASTER SHOPPING! 

There's a wider selection 
in Norfolk— more than 200 
apparel stores, plus many 
specialty shops. In fact, 
over^.OOO stores bring you 
the variety and selection 
that makes Eaister shop- 
ping, a breeze! 

DnVe up! Plenty of parking 
is available. If you take the 
bus, there's a Shopping 
Information Booth in the 
Trail ways station. 

Hotel Special — from now 
until April 17th, you can 
have the use of a hotel 
room from 8 AM to 8 PhA, 
includiqg free parking at 
the hotel, for just $4.00, 
Overnight guests, room for 
two, only $4.00 per person. 
Write, call or wire for 
reservations: Commodore 
Maury Hotel, Golden Tri- 
angle Motor Hotel, Holiday 
Towers Motel, Monticello 
Hotel or Thomas Nelson 
Hotel. , 



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^ MEMBERS AMmiCAN GEM SOCIETY 



Y-Teen Ball Fri. 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Seven 
princesses for the Y-Teen Mardi- 
Gras Ball were entertained and 
interviewed at a sp«:ial coffee 
held at Thalia Acres Inn last 
Saturday morning. Hostess was 
Mrs. Robert J. Steinhilber. 

From the seven, one will be 
crowned Queen at the Ball 
which will take place Friday 
evening at the Bow Creek Coun- 
try Club from 8:30 p.m. to 
11:30 p.m. 

The seven girls vying for the 
honor are Jane Edmondson from 
Cox High and the Amifiitia club; 
Patty Cox from Cox High and 
the Sigma Chi Sigma club; Di- 
ane Mortz of Kellam High Y- 
Teens; Mary Crocker of Prin- 
cess Anne High Y-Teens; Robin 
Kimbrcl of Kempsville Jr. High 
Y-Teens; Beth Jones of the Jr. 
YTeens of Virginia Bea^h High; 
and Anne Jones of the Sr. Y- 
Teens of Virginia Beach High. 

"ROSE S0CIETY25 

VIRGINIA BEACH — At a 
recent meeting of the Tidewater 
Rose Society held at the Botani- 
cal Gardemi in Norfolk, Robert 
O. Matthews was guest speaker. 
He demonstrated the |n-uning 
of mme» as it is done in the 
B<AwicBl Gardens and there was 
a question and answer pemxl <mi 
tne best method of pruning. 

The following committee 
chairmen were appointed by the 
president: prc^ram, James Bing- 
aman; hostess, Mrs. Chirles Tur- 
risi; membership, Mrs. E. D. Du- 
val, and jNiblicity, Mis. Edward 
Tippo. • 

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Leach of 
Smithfieldi Virginia will be dele- 
gates to the American Rose So- 
ciety National Convention and 
Rose Show to be held April 22 
ttirough 24 in Jacxsonville, 
Florida. The Jacksonville- Rose 
Society. will be host for the show 
entitled "Four Hundred Years 
With Roses." 

The 'April meeting of the 
Tidewater Rose Society will be 
held on April 25, 3 p.m. at the 
Botanical Gardens. 

Slides will be shown on the 
"Miracle of the Rose". 



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JOHNSONS AT THE 
WHITR HOUSE SATURDAY, 

No, 1 don't mean Lyndon and ! 
Lady Bird. Jim Johnson, the 
former principal of Virginia 
Beach High and his wife, Alice, 
were entertained Saturday night 
at the home of Mr. Btid^lrsr 
Walton White. I fed cert;j(:r| 
that the President and Lynda 
Bird, if invited, probably would 
have been there. Mr. and Mrs. 
Dick Dyer were guests of the 
party; and. of course, Dick w^aiLsi. 
is with Boice Studio brought^ ^ 
along his camera. This was a 
help to this reporter. Other 
guests included Mr. and Mrs. 
Bill ConneU, Mr. and Mrs. Pete 
Bosher, Mr. and Mrs. Cornell 
Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Dkit 

D'^i"MBi_„::,, r^i^j ^ z:...,. 

The Junior Woman's Club of 
Bayside held their fourth annual 
Spring dance at the Cavalier 
Beach & Cabana Club Saturda" 
niaht. Music Vas bv the Lamp- 
lighters. Bobbie Groome was 
kept quite busy at the door col- 
lecting tickets and acting as in- 
formation cotter for both fu^tt 
and photographers. 

The evening gowns were quite 
beautiful and 1 all to the lighter 
colors, now that spring is sup- 
posed to be here. An especially 
attractive gown was worn by 
Mrs. Paul E. Whitehunt HI. it 
was a long formal and a heaven- 
ly bide. She and her husband 
were seated at a table with Mr. 
and Mik ThomM J. Cummins 
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. 
SteHs. 



(left to ri^'ht) W. (;. I'arker. Jr., Mr.^. W. G. Parker, Jr.; " 
DeDomfnico. Mrs. P. J. DeDominioj ami H. C Roberson*, ,i . 



Jr., at the Cavalier. 



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CAPE HENRY 
BY-THE-SEA 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
March meeting of th^ Cape 
Henry-by-the-Ssa Garden Club 
was held at the home of Mrs. 
Joe H. Watson at Witch. Duck 
Point. 



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ANNOUNCEMENT 

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May we suggest you place your out of town EASTER ORDERS early. 
Due to NEW REGULATIONS set up by wire service. . (FTD) 

ALL WIRE ORDKS HAVE TO BE PLACED BY NOON SATURDAY, 
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The officers of the club were 
in full attendance with their hus- 
bands: Mrs. Henry B. Sloi^Ui, 
President; Mrs. A. R. Armrfd, 
Vice President; Mrs. W. F. 
Bimies, Jr., Recording Secretary; 
Mrs. R. W. Stelts, Corresponding 
Secretary; and Mrs. J. F. 
Groome, Treasurer. The club 
had as their special guest the 
past presidents from 1955 
through 1964: Mrs. Edward 
dimming^ Mrs. Malcohn Croc- 
kett, Jr., Mrs. Jack S. Hoois, 
Mrs. J. E. Powell, Mrs. R. L. 
Ingram, Mrs. Ted R. BunMtt 
and Mrs. I. K. Scarborough and 
their husbands. 

sit was lively at the Cavalier, 
lively at the Whites and really 
lively at the dome with the teen- 
agers. It was packed and in full 
Swing with dancing of all kinds. 
The crowd was large but all 
were very well behaved. Some 
of those attending were Susan 
Jones, Bob Eckart, Bobby Cer- 
ino^ David Moore, Steve An- 
drews, Phil Howerton, Paul Mc- 
Carthy, Lori Prytulak, Linda 
Butler and Larry Williams. 



REBOUSSIN AT 
FRENCH SALON 

NORFOLK — Monsieur 
Marcel Reboussin, head of the 
French Department at the Col- 
lege of William and Mary in 
Williamsburg, will give a lec- 
ture in French on "An author 
who escapes oblivion, Robert 
Chasles" at the meeting of the 
French Salon to be held Sunday 
at 3 pm at 524 Fairfax avenue. 

The French Salon is open to 
all interested in the conversation- 
al use of the French language. 

Mrs. William A. Bradt re- 
cently enjoyed a visit to Sara- 
sota Jungle Gardens while vaca- 
tioning OB Florida's Lower West 
Coast 



Mr. and Mrs. I'raiik Barnes, 
Jr. at the CavalitT. 

(photo by Boice .Studio) 



BRIDE-ELECT HONORED 

VltRGINIA BE/N^" — Mr. 
and N#s, Bruce Par' ^ te re- 
cently honored bride-. ' Mary 
Vernier, daughter of Dr. Robert 
B. Venner and Dr. Kathryn Hill 
-Venner at a cocktail-dinner par- 
ty at the Cavalier. More than 
thirty guests were present. . 

Miss Venner will marry Her- 
man Schmidt of Pennsylvania on 
April 10. 

BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mbs. Rollis Nile?, 
Slinger Jr. of Virginia Beach an- 
nounce the birth of their first 
child, a son. Rollis Niles lli; on 
March 2 in Norfolk General Hos- 
pital. Mrs. Singer is the former 
Miss Sarah Leigh Pierce, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Staley 
Pierce of Sunbury, N.C. Mr. 
Slinger is ths son of Mr. and ^^^^"^^ . ^ ^ 
Mrs. Rollis Niles Slinger of honored in both arraageinaiti 
Jacksonville, Fla. ^"" beautificatipn, and Mrs. I^- 



VIRGINIA BEACH — 1^. 
David Y. Malbon was inslalM 
as presidert of the Linkhom Park 
Garden Club last Friday at the 
regular meeting held at tf» fm^ . 
cess Anne Country Club. Elect-' 
ed to serve with her are Mi^,i 
Clifford Sawyw, first via j^nA- 
dent; Mrs. Thomas J. F^&»y,. 
second vice president; Mn^Umff 
W. Drew, recordii^ McreteK 
Mrs. H. Wadell Waters, ^gir- 
r^l^nding secretary; and Mf»»; 
Leslie Lam, treasury-. The bt» 
ficers were installed by Mn, 'W^. 
Ham Phillips, a past pr^fajot, 
of the CouncU of Garden CMm 

Mrs. Malcolm H. ToA^ Tf. 
of the Chesopeian Colony Gtir- 
den Club was the guest speaker'. 
who presented a pr<^ram ^ 
"Design Arrangements' mi 
Awards in Garden Shows". iBhie 
ribbons were awarded for owe- 
,gays to Mrs'. Waters and Mrt.' 
F o 1 1 a ry ; blue arrangem^ 
awarcte went to Mr*. Sam It. 
Meredith, Mrs. FoUary, .a^' 
Mrs. J. James Davis; ye^mr k>' 
Mrs. R. W. Bathes and Mrs, 
Perdue. Mrs. Perdue won two 
blue and two yellow ribbons for 
horticulture, and Mrs. Hok, a ' 
blue. • 

Special annual achievMwst . 
awards were presented to t#o 
members. Mfs. Meieditb 



vis for horticulture. 




New ..officers of the tinkhoriv Park Garcten Club instalkrf 
Ifist Friday at the Princess Anne Country Oub are (left to 
right) Mrs. Jesse W. Drew, recorditig secretary; Mrs. L^s^ 
Lam. treasurer ; Mrs. Thomas J. Follary, secemd vice presitot; 
and Mrs. David Y. Mal)on, president. Ateent from tfc |Wtere 
are Mrs. Clifford Sawyer, first vice {»resideat, and BIrt, H, 
Wadell Waters, corresponding secretary. 

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Thtf tffi^ of the /ear js here. TIm ttone not enough money wot wifhh^ in many 

he$ qmt for mwy of im to face up to ^ ca«es from pay d^K^s to pay the proper 

simpli ha tturtM we don't fill out ti)p«e tax, the magnanimou* Government is 

blas^ fomnv, «we are going h> be in offwing rdief . if you are n^ dale to pay 

trouble. The deadline is r4^idly appr'oach- up in full, and can write a sorrowful letter 

y^. I^text thursday, if they are not com- to that effect (in ten thousand woroU or 

ptet«l, Uncie Sam will have the final word, less, we suppose) and can prove hardship. 




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MOffi TOMS OF HERfSNO 
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whtn #w timmn* for mm Mrd in- 

oon» fix N;^ w«« Mwtefi 15th, that 

fat^ dfy feemfid to roll «-gi^ n?ud> 

--— Ooo ^it^ilMy «** year. Now ^mI it has 

been p4i^i4iid for o^e mon^, April I5fh 



M/«^ Sfm will grant you an extension . 
You Mwft have to pay up latter^ and only 
with SIX per cent interest on the unpaid 
balance. That is what we -call magnannl- 
mous. 

IM buck up, friends, the deadline for 



THE VIRGINIA BE 



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this yt^/ f^ ffKUffril §9wwni»#^ h^ filing State Income Tax forms is May first. 
reaUfptf HgH ^ § kig jjfllldmti ItoWM AM Iwre we g o^gdft. 1 \, > ' 



A MMfi NttrfWf It AFublk Hearing 






City^^lM fllf Pi^ i^ sfwe ^^^ W|*ris another gmup we IWfc 
will fftedve an elriiig ia ^ tonn of pMc couraging. Its members say, "What differ- 
hearings- They vb the S^m Tax Ordinanoe ence does it make? 0>uncil is going to do 
^^Kl#»f^ratir^ Biuc^. W© have heard what it wants anyhow." This apethetic 
fiom rujmera^s individuals and groups group evidently does not have a sincere 
who plan to be there to clarify "tfk", to kmwh<igs of the democratic process 
of^»$e "#»ar, and/or to appip^ ef *'^ iP^< ^ cjefense of any municipal govern- 
othw^ We are extrw»ly glad ^ Ijn^r 1^ fm^, mf ##y they are closer to the prob- 
f\my plan to be there, wheH^ l^ ^ |^, i^ jprobd^ly will do what is best 
prove or dNf prove of any po^ ^'^^hm kf^ jq^^W^unity. But, on the other hand, 
In elt^ fitter. JJvi 1$ » '^^Mi fc^ 
They sW^^te irtiere to infom^Q^iAxil' 
ci and «@ be in^n^ by the mUflfl^ isf 
rtbps. W# ap ml i«/99Bst«n9 ^ §^^ 
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I read with gruo tnusemeot in 
the Afaisch 18 etttUoo of the "Sua 
News", "An Open $Mlct to our 
Readers". If this is part of Mr. 
Lowenthal's "new brooym" p9^- 
cy, I shcMild advtte him to hMiIc 
in Ihe pot, to see "what's cook- 
u^", tefore he r^noves the lid. 

What is mo^ important to us? 
\Wjy do we attempt to better 
our conimunhy, to buy nice 
homes for our families, to be 
com;emed wijji Hm fociMes 
availahle? Braause we 'want 
these things for ourselves— of 
course, ^t we want them naore 
for jO^r chi^r^. _ ' 




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one in 



J^jhe Individual citizens to help 
flipflnbers fn their thfnkftig, and to 
OQrif# Ijlii^ when they are wrong. 

Ipi? II k0 ^t the public hearings. We plan 
H? ffmf # Hpng as it takes. We plan to re- 
9rinf»^ to Cny Hall next AAor^^, mm ^m fes of the matters. If you do not 
prowss erf d@Tiocratic oovernrww CM lied - • 

jp9 SAfve^ b^ a pA^jc ipirited and iji- 
im^^ ell^ard^. We look forward to 
^ttrfiUe f^wuigt. It tt a time where diffs"- 
mnm diould bt 4isGus^, and where 
#*o#e diffirefWBs .^ould be resolved. The 
dttom wf» aMTyUuns after something to 
whuA^ he dl$i^noves is passed, serves only 



Wim t^>« matters, you should be 
there to say so. If we don't agree with 
everything, that i$ our right, and we will 
say |o. The sales tax is certainly an im- 
portant enough matter to d/aw a large 
turnout Monday. So is the operating bud- 
get. After all, we, the citizen^ of Virginia 
We'll see you Monday at the public 



to ^d lf» hm». We place this type of hearings 
***-'^ in 0ne "dworwc griper" group. He'd Beach ai 

no matter what, just for the sake of make our city better and better 



in #ie "dwoTMC griper" group. He'd Beach* are paying all this money out to 



Piiiffdles For PHtaHi 

For the past sev^al years we Iwve been desired. In watching the Academy Awards 

6Qmk^ more and more disenchanted this week, we were struck with the num- 

wl#» iie pfesentation of Academy Awards, ber of forejgn-sounding names in all cate- 

We are mod happy to wae our own fine gories. It was pathetically pointtd up by 

Ai»|«i"can actcrt aiv^ actresses receive one of the greatest of the greats. Jimmy 

fl^^lldes and awards for their work, but Durante could not pronounce but one or 

«ior* md nwe, it looks like the beautiful two names in the category for which he 

BT^ exp^nsi^ "C^ars" are being manu- was chosen to present the awards. Others 

f*tfM«d for export. This year was no ex- stumbled almost as t^y. Some made it 

f»ption. All lour of the top acting awards through the list successfully, then heaved 

W9r$ to fere^ers. Thi-^ went to British- a heavy high of relief. 

ers and one to a citizen of Ore«:e. We do , Maybe next year ... 

not wish to take away from die dwiity of One whose radiant presena was missed 

these fine pec^le, but we do ask, . . . this year was the vivacious Patricia Neal, 

Whet has beeome of our own kxm fide a winner last year, who is now recuperat- 

ij^ frofn three massive strokes. Miss Neal 

. m MpHf W^ ^*»®i» fif^ i fiative of Virginia, but Virginia is 

^^ "^Ifi^^^^^towomm NN" fffOpted state. Her award last year 

n^^m^^mjm0mng to jb im^ rf of us proud. 



Tlw Mtpt F#r TMIorrow 

^ Mlfmi^f we w«f» privi- ^riff^Mtsd the winners and wished them 

dfiniff ^ ^de Oistri^tm fl^ m National contests in Chicago. V^e 

itffmmfie d the Ch^ni^jiftHin #toQ. 

^lit to jjiidge one of the conted f^pie merchants of tomorrow exhibited 

b0^ joMrvers ojf itf^ llNf Mplspst standards not only during the 

to ^10 w«rf drj^ h fim0^on, but also in their behavior 

, mm§ mmy W .*'*'MW iWWf ^e conference. We members <rf the 

to participated in the various non-suspecting public simply will not have 

ne cpmpetition was fierce, a diance when these «ag.er yojmig retijil- 

inly knows, but the spirit ers mature and bagin to MNrve ^.h- rmeds 

^v|f enl^iired i#ito by the in the storef . Fhey a^e charrning. They are 

»o»f friendly way. There MtnemB. Thi^ ^e truly our h^ for to- 

.r the wJnner^, but the nvirrow. 

They happily eon- 




wnat percentage cv eomes m 
Virginia BeK^i can ^aim that 
they have no dMidfM uader the 
age of 17? How large a perant- 
age of homes must, directly or 
indirectly, be associated with 
SCHOOL— or, to be more spe- 
cific, the Virginia Beach School 
Systems. Whatever political cor- 
ruption and competition exist in 
wy local govenunent, whilst our 
dhildKii a^ frowing and karn-| d^ 
ing, they should be entitled to 
grow a^d learn SAFELY. This 
elementary fact is actu^ly stated 
in our Constitution for ail citi- 
zens — IKK jusi chiklren. 



metiiod of protecting the profits 
of the retail milk industry. 

In *e early 1930'« the mill 
industry was in the same state 
<rf dUK^ which impelled thei 
RfSbfcvd^ administration to set 
up the NRA (National Recovery 
Administration) to hel^ all Am- 
Wcan inidu^. AKhoiiJi the 
MRA was declared unconstitu- 
tk>nal, the State Milk Cwnmis- 
sion of Virginia has continued 
to maintain its industry-ccm- 
trollcd pl-ice-fixing powers. It 
hM'^^evea attempted to limit the 
number of stores which could 
sell milk and the number of 
dairy farm^s by refusing to li- 
cense new stor^ and farms. Re- 
cently the Supreme Court of Ap- 
{}eals has heM these ^forts (o 
he unconstitutional. It allocates 
<»rtain markets to dairy farmers 
to guarantee a minimum source 
at supply for certain geograph- 
ically-designated milk market 
areas, such a« Arlington, Alex- 
andria, Norfolk. Newptirt News, 
Hampton, Richmond, Henrico, 




Not so, in Virginia Beach. 

I refer to the death of a L2- 
year old child last May in .th^t 
City. No doubt many of you 
have forg<ttten the ii^dent. He 
was kiUed by the expkisbn of a 
crude racket, which was beii^ 
prepared for extra credit. After 
the accident, it was learned that 
other children had carried these 
rockets to school on school- 
buses, and had been permitted 
to lauiKh them, during scioic 
classes. 

Parents who <^ ftOL permii 
their children to' play with 
matches,, fool with firewoirks, 
and, who under op circum- 
stances \vhJilsoever, allow their 
children to have guns, m^y be 
interested to know that a high 
pressure steel vessel (C02 cart- 
ridge) packed with, as many as 
9 packs of matches is consid- 
ered, officially, as a "toy", de- 
spite a ghastly example of its 
ability to kill. 

The dexterity of school and 
government officials ia avoiding 
involvement in the (ieath of a 
child due to negligence is not 
an aspect of hupa* bej^aviof 
which is pleasant to heboid. 

I shall be utterb astoaisiie4 
il this letter should be printed. 
However, it is a fj^t^ct which 
should be sd^ctee to serious 
enquiry, although the sc^iqqI of- 
ficials in Virginia Beach prefer 
to disagree, and would rather 
regard the wlwk naatter as ian, 
"unfortunate incident". One 
wonders if there will be aijy fur- 
rier "unfortunate incidents", 
and, if so, how many, before 
matters of this nature receive 
Ihe attention due to them. 

Yours truly, 

Mary V. Nektt 

160 EdgewocJ #veuaus, 

St. Paul,- Minn, ^i^ '' 

I, . , , I fc I IT ' r, 

pear Sir: 

Many thanks for your med- 
iate, fair editorial appraisal d 
the (pseats state of the rebellion 

Sgainn^llll^. Wpc^, Commissiojj 
rice control. > - J '^ 

It fs itfost coTf^mmmi'^L M- NOTB: n* tetter Im J 
ifi inlelUg^t aapioiai to mm. ^^ printed. I amrathtr som> 
^ine the ju^ificatfon for per- y^^ are "utterlv astonished" bv 
j^tuation of a depfcssiott-bomji^^j^^ a in frint. Perltaps i 



In order to maintain fixed 
If ices daky farmers are fcM'ced 
to dump surplus milk into lakes 
and streams every spring when 
,Qows giv^ most n^. 1/ the mar- 
l»t were free, milk prices could 
Jw lowered in times of surplus 
to induce gceaief iiae oi milk. In 
^orida and Maryland and other 
^ates milk shakes have been 
Mid for as low as S cents utd 
\Q <xnts in recent years to stim- 
ulate milk consumption in the 
spring. 

Northern Virginia, v^)^ j§ 
now a free milk market p^ m- 
Hul prices, partly due |to ^f 
vwiter's efforts in cor' ' ^ 
with the late C. Y. 
dynamic sparkplug of tl 
Mores organization, sells s^'tk 
43 cents a half gallon Mule we 
pay 60 cents for the same milk 
liom the same cows. 

The bugafeoo which the hig 
retail dairy chains used to keep 
dairy farmers in line was the 
threat of federal control TTie 
free retail areas have chosen to 
adopt federal control because it 
is purely voluntary. It does mH 
^ retail prices The farmers can 
throw it out at will. 

In tlHS day and time of un- 
eqpirited {prosperity, there is no 
excuse for a protected-price in- 
i^fXf^.QuT American free en- 
terprise system h^ made us the 
iiwi^ss leader of the w<»ld. If 
extra profits are to be {wotected 
they should not be gouged out 
^ ti^ mo^ths pf childten for 
meir most essential food. 

iiq sou^d arjgumeot has been 
heard in favor of perpetuating 
tite system, in all the Milk Com- 

SiS^ibn hearings and legislative 
mmittee fights in which the 
iwitar has partjdpated. It exists 
purely and simply because the 
A^cttlture Ccamitt^ and the 
(^neral Assenwr'/i? dominated 
by rural-area .^^^ors who 
1^ on the vot^'e^^e farmers 
to.re.^ict thini 



Qstonished you more by ^answer- 
ing it. I thfiitght f hod made it 
unques^on^y dear in my 
"OPUN lETTHR TO OUR 
REAibEJiS" $hat this is just the 
tyf>r of U)tef / M* looking for. 
Contrpvfuy is flfte. Voit do not 
have to agree with us. I'll be more 
man gtad to ffftfove thi ^3*^ 
on the pot, regardless of .u^hat's 
"cooking" inside. That's what 
the yirginia Beach Opjen Forum 
is for. In my "new broom" 
policy, as you hatt^so aptly 
called it, I firmly bcliex'sd that 
"lid lifting" went without men- 
tioning. Ypm: fm^ng grim 
amUsemeni in a f rious and sin. 
cere Editorial xvas not my' aim, 
and again I am sorry you f£el 
that way. However, I emphasise 
and com^nend your right to be 
amused. — ^-z:srr--' 

You implyfofiiical corruption. 
I hope ymtarc doing more than 
just talking about it. When and 
if xve f.nd it, liv will fight it, 
not just talk about it. You of- 
fered free adx'icc. 1/ »ffer the 
^tm k9^^t.Wou Mmf* opened 
t^ subjehfor inquiry with your 
l^ttAr. I thank you for that. Per- 
ilafs now others mo^ hmh some- 
thing to say. . ^, 

The specific incident you men. 
Hon is indeed unfortunate. Death 
is ahvays tragic, especially tvhere 
children are involiA d, more cs- 
pfcia^y where one's own child 
is involved. Hotv. ver, 1 1 doubt 
seriously that anyone, school 
0ffifi<d4 im^lndcd, simply dismiss 
Such a Serious occurrence. In- 
deed, I know th\ seriousness has 
brpji^jit (ibout strict control. Our 
Pk^itftftlioH does ^mother thing 
yonf neglect to mention. Itt "sets 
Hp ^ Uemocratic system under 
miwh ^'c live. IV'r elect and 
cftopfg our public officials under 
prmifioffs of this same docu. 
it$f)^, .^*^ is our right to criti- 
cize tmm constructively, wh^^i 
criticisfn is due. However, since 
I'zvas once a school teacher my- 
self, I ask you, where is the con- 
sfructi.i criticism for the e.v. 
cellent curriculum, the fine 
school physical plants, and for 
the job well done:' "The evil that 
men do lives after tliem; tla 
good is oft intcfrrd ivith their 
bones." Julius Caesar— Act HI, 
Scetw 2 — William Shakespeare 



Teen«A|«rs 
Arrested 

For Thift 



VIRGINIA BEACW — Two 
adults and <Mie juvenile we^ 
arrested by Virpnia Ikach f^ 
lice in Blackwater eartvi Tu^^y 
morning in connectioa wkh 
stealing a truck in Vii^ia 
Beach and thi poitible theft of 
an auto in Norfi^, 

The aduhi t^ve b^n i^nMi- 
fied as Lester Johnson, 19, <d 
2818 Princes Anne Read, md 
Wintford Rayfidd Anthony, 18, 
of 1232 Godfrey Avenue. The 
17-year-old juvenile's name is 
being withheld. All three we 
from Norfolk, 

Police said the trio had re- 
portedly stolen a car in NorfoUc 
and had driven to North Caro- 
lina Where they abandoned if. 
They started walking back accost 
the state line. • 

When they reached Black- 
water, police said, the Juvenile 
left Johnson and Anthony and 
ran into the yard of a farni'' to 
steal a truck parked there. 

Owner of the truck, John 
Henry Cahoon, saw the youth 
drive off and gave chase in a 
car, police said. The boy lost 
control of the truck, ran it into 
a ditch and Cahoon's car coi- 
lided with it. 

Officers H. LTh<waas awi ^ 
E.^W. Sparrow re^oiuied 6b Acj 
call and arrested the tffto aix>^ 
12:35 a.m. 

The juvenUe has been f:k$B^ 
with larceny of the truC^w 
Johnson and Anthony have c^ 
been charged with accessory be- 
fore the fact to grand laroeny. 
Norfolk authorities are expected 
to bring additional chaj^^ <mi 
the earlier theft of a car. 



Maa 22, Hurt 
Il ObNision 

Vnil3BHA BEACH — A 
U-I^f^ V^inia BeKh m^ 
wu kmu^ »!% ^turda^ nwm* 
Mi wMo he km comrol oi \m 
c«r m fi^mm Drive juA 
smth tt 9tiK^ Anoe Road. 

Idward Lm Barry of 517? 
Unwo 0»n r^iv^ multipla 
lac^ittioas and aforauoos of tli* 
face and tead in fte^ amhsifk 
There was Aout $700 dMiag« 
to the car, poU(« taMl. . 

<^cer *. D^ Sa«^r repor^ 
ed that Barry's vehicle left Pa^ 
liaoient Ro«i on die right sickL 
tkidded sideways and hit th| 
di^ on the opposite si<k of th# 
rowj. "pfi car spun around 't$ 
the diMb and strtKk a pole whid| 
kaoc^ed the car fctpk onto thi 
roi^. » 

Bairy has heea #«rged with 
reckless iklving, Ae ctfficcr said. 
■ " ' — ...1. . 

In The 

Pvt. John M. Staylor. Jr. 
whose parents Uve et 5505 Vir- 
ginia Beach Blvd., recently com- 
pleted a six-week lineman cour^ 
under the ^Reserve Enlistmeirt 
Prdgram ai the Army South- 
eastern Signal School, Fort Gnr- 
dop, Ga., and will complete his 
rf^ry obligation with the 129th 
lH^I Battalioa.^nd Army Na- 
irioeal Guard unit in' Norfolk. 



News 



KKKITS BUY HOME 



OCEANA — The Virginia 
Beach Council 4632, Knights of 
Columbus, -,w^ich will celebrate 
its 7th anniversary in Juns, has 
moved ^tp ju ^w fep^ in' 
Oceana. ---—-—-^^^ 

' The 4,900 square foot build- 
ing, fwmerlyjQccupied by a t^n- 
age club, was purchased by the 
council in January md has jitft 
undergone a (XMOp^e renova- 
tion. Part of tite building is 
leased by the Oceana ?ost Of- 
fice. 



Oiief Aviation ElectronKi 
Technician George W. M^rs, 
uSN, husband of the former 
Patricia A- Lucas of 1628 Ohio, 
k participating in "Operation 
Springboard" in the Qiribbean 
wwHe serviag wHh Patrol Squad- 
ron 5j6. 



Airman second class James t^ 
Harris, son of Mr: and Mrs, 
I Benjamin H. Harris pf 814 Ter- 
races Ave., is bravijqg the arctfcT 
winter while getting experience 
in cold weather conHirt opera- 



THE KHP 
HISTORICAL SOCICTY 
OF PRINCESS ANNE 

ajUNTY 

Historic briefs about the area 
HOW ktu>wn as Firginia Beach. 



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and thg 
civic Mgue 



J^Early American" 
home in tijis area had many pic- 
tures upon its walls is evidenced 
in Mary Newton Stanard's book 
Colonial Vii^inia. We read that 
in Adam Thoroughgood's home 
one room had six pictures. The 
Cavaher, William Moseley. fleo 
ing Cromwellian England 
brought with him family pictrfas, 
among them a portrait of a gen- 
tleman in armour and two por- 
traits of members of the family 
i| which a^ r^pioduced in Mrs. 
t m ab^iaki^f<m' **iwd's fcook. The Mosely in- 
jlght. in ^ g^4 v^t^;yi|cIv,(Sl£|d twenty-two pic- 
s |ave yoiir support tures. The inv^ory of Maxmil- 
of ^icrv ii^ousewife and ian Bouk of Princess Anne 

County mentions a portrait of 
Queen Anne and one of Prince 
George, also a picture in a large 
gilt frame, ten in small gilt 
fralrias, t^s^o in black frames, two 
maps of London and a painting 
^ ^t, i^u/'s C|tt^ral. The his- 
tertc loc^y hop^ to learn the, 
whereabouts of many paintings i 
of old Princess Anne. ' 



CHANGE OF COMNAID 

NORJ^OLK...^ Vice Admiral 
Charles T. Booth ll relieved 
Vice Admiral Paul H. Ramsey 
as commander of the Atlantic 
Fleet Naval Air Force in cere- 
monies aboard the USS Inde- 
pendence last Wednesday morn- 
ing ~ 

Vice Adm. Rarnsey, who has 
headed the Naval Air Armfof 
the past 18 months^ will become 
the new Deputy Chief of N*val 
Operations (Air) in Washington. 

ALUMNI JHEKT 

NORFOLK -^ A luncheon 
meeting of t^e Tidewater Chap- 
ter of Westhampton College 
Alumni Association will be held 
at the Lafayette Yacht and 
Country Club on i^ril 10 at 
12:30 p.m. 

Dr. Jean\G. Wright, head erf 
the language Mept., will be jgues* 
speaker. 

For reservations, contact Mrs. 
Dean Potter, Jr. at 428-6146. 



Ti|ewater. 




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OBSCENE CHARGES 

MALIBU — A preliminary 
hearing for Ralph Carlson, 
arrested last week after showing 
obscene literature to a tMO-ager, 
is scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday 
in Virginia Beach Municipal 
Courf. 

Police, following complaints 
from neighbors, raided Caplsw's 
home on Catalina Avenue in 
Malibu and confiscated ei^t 
photograph books containinig 
over5,0(W pornographic pictures 
and a large number of obsce!3,c 
books He has beeyo charg^ with 
possession of obscene lita'iditte. 
Fore^pn Officers Griydiyj^ 

LITTLE CREEK — Six Al- 
lied Armed Forces officere repre- 
senting three countries gradua^ 
Friday from the U.S. Naval Am- 
phibious School ^t^ c<NppJheitf>B 
of a four Week ci3^i$e oi%T^p 
Naval Gunfire Saiating. 

In ceremonies leMI m the am- 
phibious school, Capt^^ ^. ^, 
deLaureal, USN, the |#C^i 
commanding officer, presented 
diplomas to the students and ex- 
pressed his congratulations. 



tions during exercise Polar Strike 
now underway in Alaska. Airman 
Harris is a member of a special, 
team frOm the U. S. ^if Force 
Communications Servicers 3rd 
Mobile Group at Tinker ^^fB^^^ 
Okla., assigned tOi%e ibipt VS. 
Qi^adiao air »iUt 00^00 IfVrces 
maiKuver. 

Navy Lieutenant jui^r grade.* 
Xiarvin E. White, son of Mivi 
and Mrs. Marvin E. White of 
197 Paladin Drive is participat- 
il^ in "Operation Springboard" 
in the Caribbean while serving 
with Patrol Squadron 56. 

Airman third class William 
K. Fricker, Jr., son^ of Mr. and 
Mrs. William K. Fricker of 1132 
Olive ^Road, has graduated from 
the technical training course few 
new members of the U. S. Air 
Forc^ Medical Service at Gunter 
AFB, Ala., and has b«en select- 
ed i(x further training at Gunter. 

Sbaman Apprentice Leonard 
Q. ^Cight, h. USN, son of Mrs. 
/^ant^. Kijg^t of 4432 Delco 
Road, has fe;turned jto Norfolk 
aboard the a^ack l^^port USS 
Fremont aftw completing a four 
and one-half month deployment 
in the Caribbjean Sea on a joint 
operational aj^d good will tour. 

Seaman Recruit Eugene A. 
Collins, Jr., USN, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Eugene A. Collins of 
4941 Westovcr Road has com- 
plied basic, training at the Naval 
Traiping Center, Great Lak», 
III 



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Pvt. Wayne D. Griswald, Jr., 
whose patents live at 5153 Lang- 
ston Road recently completed a 
liflemaa courS(e under the Reserve 
Enlistment pro;^ajBi at the Army 
Southeastern Signal School, Fort 
Gordon, Oa., and is scheduled 
to complete his military obliga- 
tion with the 129^ Signal Battal- 
ion, an Army f^ational Guard 
u]pit io Horldk. 

CHAJtGEDlN MURDER 

DAVIS CORNER — Frank 

Evans, 32, of Capron, Va. has 
been char^ with murder in 
last Thur^y's footing of Mary 
L. Booker, 45, on Newsom Farm 
R<»d near Davis Corner. ^ 

Cicero Moore has b e e nf 
(^barged with being an accessory 
after tlie fact for concealing the 
M^&cm, poli^ s«d. 

Hw ^^ctip was taken by car 
ftxm it» sliooitflQg site to the Da- 
vis Corner Volunteer Fire DepL 
laiA WAS d^^(i on arrival at Nor> 
fe^ poswwinity Hospital, po- 
lice said. Detective R. L. ,&isr 
night uid XXficer W. W. Baker 
Jr. haikil^ the case. 




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DR MAC C ADAMS 

ADAMS AIAA HIECTM 

WILMINGTON, Hm».— Dr. 
^^ C. ^dams, » naUve <rf Gqet- 
M, Vm., Jbas been elected direc- 
IW-at4^^ for a 3 -year terra by 
tl» Amedcan InjtUute of Acro- 
nao^ei ud Astronautics 
(AJAA). 

He is (he ton <^ Mb. Selma 
Adanv <rf $<» 24A Street, Vir- 
fipi BMch, ui4 a brcrther of 
K!^ Amins, also of Virnjua 
VfOi. '^ 

J>r. Ada^i^s is a vice presvlent 
i|^ MsiaMuit gene^ qaoaser 
U)i ^[Moe Systems at Ava* Cbr- 
ponmn't i^^eseardi aqd Ad- 
▼aiK«d Development Division, 
Wilt^in^m, Mass. , 

lo VHO, he was selected by 
tttP U.S. Junior Chamber ot 
Comment as one of the nation's 
Tot <>it$tandii^ Young Men 
For his contribution to tne field 
of science. 

He is a graduate of Cornell 
University aBd was awarded his 
^.D. in Aeranautical En(|in^ 
Mrki| in 1953. He has served 
a$ chairman of die AIAA CqKn- 
Ajitbee for £,i^ Vehicles and is 
currentiv (^xairman of the NASA 
ReMarcR Advisory Committee 
ojpi Space Vehide Aerodynamics. 

TIAUA REGISTRATIDI 

THALIA — fte-scbod r^s- 
ttatioB w^ be held at Thalia 
Etemettary Sdbod oo April 21 
ud 22 11 9 ajB. AU m^xm 
ttvlAg wWa Hie &m^ served 
bv 1^ JkM* ^efeool who wiJI b^ 
SK yearn ol age cm or bafoocOc- 
tobicii- i; 1965 should be regis- 
toped either oa the 21st (v 22nd 
oi Apiril. 

jU wiU not be utecessa^y for the 
c^iMd to be present Biilh certi- 
ficMef Ai;e Fequked f or all gaU- 

ReONTREY fleWDlP 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 
George W. Rountrey ot Virginia 
Beac^ was aaoog eigliA Norfolk 
¥oti AssemUv Plant employees 
to recently <»»erve 35 yeiuns 
service with tlie company. 

Each of the men rteoeived 35- 
ftai gold W9^e» toarvQg tiie; 
Mitawd sipiatwe oC Henry 
Fotd U. 

SUIAIiiR MOMi BiTBED 

5ANDBRID0E — Over $59 
in hou^hold items was taken 

nA^ $^kmm persons 
&BfN3^ i#MiWf mBO& on the 



VBHS Taletit 
Show Friday 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 

Singing, dapcing. and initrumen- 
tais arc jon Ae ag^da at the 
ftird annual talent show of the 
&ahawks ol Virg»a Beach 
High School to be presented Fri- 
day ni^t at 8 p.m. in the school 
auditorium. 

^"Try-outs for a Hollywood 
Production" will be th^ theme 
of this year's talent show, pro- 
ceeds from which will go into the 
fund to obtain and support the 
long awaited ^foreign exchange 
student. ^ 

Admission will be $1.00 lor 
adults and 50c for students. Tic- 
ets may be punAased at the 

^: MM 

Club DiNiates To 
BmfiUl Planting 

GREAT NECK— The Great 
Neck Garden Club met recently 
at the home of Mrs. H. A. Smith. 
2416 Pineland Lane. 

The program, given by Mrs. 
P. M. Lyons, w^ on corsage 
making. ' 

The club participated in tfie 
flower show given by Oic Council 
of Garden Clubs of VirgMlia 
Beach. The group has also (tol 
■ated $50 to the General Hospi- 
tal of Virginia Beach for founda- 
tf(w planting. 

Blue rH}bons for artistic ar- 
rangements were won by Mrs. 
J. W. Fell, Mrs. N. B. Godfrey, 
Mrs. Lyons, Mrs. R.G. Thomas, 
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. D. A. 
Webster. A yellow ribbon went 
to Mrs. ^. T. Soper. -^-fw 

Blue ribbcMis for horticulture 
were won by Mrs. L. E. Myers 
and Mrs. Godfrey. 

METERS BROKEN INTO 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Tliree 
of the city's parking m^ws were 
victims of theft over the week- 
end. 

Police said the meters were 
fbiuKl on the beach by a motel 
owner., Tlwy had^vbc^i puUcd 
out oi ike ground at 29th Street 
and Oceui Front and were ap> 
pansady batte^ against tte 
coiKrete boacaWalk untij ,^ey 
broke opoi. / 

Amount of money in the me- 
ters is undoi^ouned b^t dm^ 
parking meters in Virginia 
Beach are n<A in operation dur- 
ing the off-«eas<M mooAs the 
loss was" probably slight. The 
meters themselves are valued at 
$195. 

Officer F. R. Scarborough te- 
spooded to the call. 



Y|RGjNIABEACJ1 SUN, Thyriday, April f, Wr6;| 



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r.^. w^^} n 1^^ '^ ^ ^""' ** '*^ '" *h« P**** Office. Here Postmaster Joaeph T. 
tIZ f^ii'^ ^ i^ol^r^T^V-^'^^i'^"'' Suggestion Certificates and dacka to Hariaa A- 
nnney (center) and Billy A. GillOand, carriers at Seapines Station, for suggestions adoaled 
and placed into operation within the Virginia Beach postal system. ^^ 



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WOMAN 40, nmsm 

BLACKWATER — Martha 
Corprcw, 40, of Blackwatcr 
Loop, has been charged With 
felonious assault for reportedly 
^uUmg Alexander ^own, also of 
Blackwater, on the head with a 
board. 

Mrs. Corprew was arrested 
late Si^i^ay niygh^ by Officer H. 
J. Thomas and Detective G. F. 
Roberts. Brown suffered sevcml 
cuts on the forehead and cheek 
from the blow, police said. 

RETIRES 



VIROWIA BEACH— About 

25 key division volunteers in die 
1%5 March of Dimes campaign 
wwe honored at an appreciation 
dinner ret^ly. — - — 

C. B. ^feaf-NDwen^, t»m 
paign director, was^resented a 
plaque for his outstanding lead- 
ership by Mrs. Wallafce T. Qark, 
chapter chairman. Mrs. Elw<x)d 

A. Hudson, vice chairman of the 
chapter, was presented a 5-year 
service pkKjue for her work as 
Mo«»)er's March chairman. 

Motlier'a Marc* volunteers 
cited were Mrs. Phillip Mcekins, 
Mrs. F. E. kellam, Mrs. Walter 
Munden, Mrs. John Taliaffcr, 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Garrett, Mr. 
and Mrs. Ben Woolston, Mrs. 
Frederick Riwier, Mrs. Hiomas 

B. Petty Aaron Parsons. 
Other division leaders hon- 
ored wwe William H. Robert- 
swi. Woody Seamons, Jrfferson 
Davis, William Rice, Jtrfui 
Strickland, Rhae Adams and 
RofKrt Ohea, 

Owens paid trijxiite to the #d- 
icated work of phapter leac^rs: 
Mn. Clark, M». Hudion, Mrs. 
J. D. W. Cassada, Mrs. B. Y. 
Pwter and Mrs. Robert So/field. 

fecial guest for the meeting 
was Richard Absalom who was 
honored for his service as March 
of Dimes director for th&.4>ast 

m . — I 

LUMBER THEFTS 







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JULIUS RAWLES 

Julius D. Rawles, senior vice 

£ resident of Seaboard Citizens 
fational Bank and -executive of- 
ficer of the bank's Holland Of- 
fice, has retired after 58 years of 
continuous banking service. Ex- 
ecutive Vice Pres. M. Im Payne 
presented a silver tray to tJis re- 
tiring officer at a private dinner 
in h^ honor. 

C& STATION BURGLARIZED 

VIRGINIA BEACH— About 
$600 worth of copper wire ;was 
taken from the Coast Guard Sta- 
tion at 25th Street sometime last 
Wwlnesday night, police sakl. 
Officer R. E. Tanner responded 
p the call and Detective A^ JE.\ 
|mith is investij^ting. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Po- 
lice are investigating the theft 
of hunber from |wo homes under 
construction resulting in losses 
<rf about $350. 

Over $310 worth of lumber 
was taken from a site on So^th 
King's Road owned by L. J, 
Bauer. About $40 wo/th was 
»ke« from^ residence 00 Wqod- 
lawn RoiKli owned by Mrs. H. 
E. Brown, Iha^ is being reno- 
vated for rental property. 

Detective A. E. Sniith is in- 
vestigating both cases. 

Mora TV MUSING 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Po- 
lice said that a $118 television 
set has been reported missing 
from a room at the S^hawk Mo- 
tel on 26th Street and Atlantic 
Avenue They said there were 
W) indications of forced entry. 
Detective C. O. Lambert is in- 
vestigating. 

fOR AND ABOUT JE^AGERS 



three years. EmmanueKiave^ 
of Siore Drive Inn was presett- 
ed a pia^iic ^y h4a. Huimm for 
15 years of service to the drive 
tixou^ his coope-ation with tjje 
Woman's Qi^ of OttSMcakie 
Be^h. 

pwens reported tiiat the 1965 
dnve brwght in $20,000. The 
tocal chapter has contributed 
$1,500 to the new birth de^^ts 
treatment and research center at 
tiye Universky oi Virginia. It is 
still caxii^ for pojio patients 
needing H^a^eutic surg«-y. 

In Naval /^Training 

, PENSACOLA, Fla. — LewiJs 
Ttomas Hunter of Alex^nlria, 
son d Mrs. Sjuzantu G. Kiachl^ 
<rf I5S Plywood Road, Virginia 
Beach, went into in*epsive pre- 
flight training Wednesday at 
P^»M3Dla, Fla. 

etmns, natmr wirwr^ftranB- 
sio^»iaa »ago aiul continue 
his studies as an officer. A grad- 
uate of American Univeraty in 
Washii^a, DX:., ke was for-* 
merly employed as a personnel 
aide with the Monl^meiy Gqmu»' 
ty Ooverameitt. 

STANLEY TOP HATTER 

VmCINlA BEACH -^ 
James R. Stanley of Virginia 
Beach wiU be among 13 c^em* and 
truck salesmen in Ford Divisi(»i's 
Richmond saks d^ict to be 
prescjBted Top Halter Awards 
S^urcUy in Rtdunond. 

This award is presumed wfiu* 
iiliy,to three per cent of ti^e na- 
tion's Ford oealcrship s^lesnien 
(Who qualify foyr top honors. 
Stanley fc associate^ withioEm- 
Rhae Ford, Inc. in ' 
Beach. 



MRS. MARV WAITS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mmb; 

Marv Eliza Griffm Watts, 92, 
of 4221 Bi^ry Road died m 
her hone Tuesday at 1.^ a.m.' 
aft^ a long illness. 

A n^ve of Chowa« County. 
N.C., she lived in to Norfc^k 
area 80 years. She wa3 the wi- 
dow <rf Fred A. Watts and a 
daughter of J^sj^ Franklin m^ 
Mrs. Martha Parter Griffin. %p 
was a member df Lynnkawaoi 
Presbyterian chtnefc. 

Sttrvwiflg are a ih^lqr, Mrs. 
Ric^rd W. Con^y of Vi(|iaiB 
Beadi, a s<mi, Qait. Evutit O. 
Watts of the N0(^ Pottte W^ 
vision, six graaddiiMrea, 14 
^eat-fraadchxidrm and 16 great 
great-graodchU(to»i. 

A fuaeral service will be in- 
ducted in Cox Funeral Haam 
today M 2:30 p.m. by Ae Rev. 
Frank Hu^es (rf South Norfolk 
Baptist Church. Burial will be in 
Riverside M^BMial ¥mk. 





CEMETBtY C^TtCE OTiNED 

BAYSIDE — ITw office oi 
Rosewood Memorial Cemetery 
on Witch Duck Road was enter- 
ed throi^h a broken rear win- 
dow sometime Saturday night 
and a petty cash box containing 
about $50 is reported missing, 
pdice said. 

Officer A. D. Henderson re- 
spond^ and Deti£tive Oral 
Lamtert is investigating. 



VIROmiA BEACH — ^ 
^cn N. Lawrence, »on <^ Mr. 
and Mrs. I. N. Lawretoce, >»4 
Atlantic Av»ue, has r^MeA 
for active duty at the ^oretoep- 
er school, U.S. Navy, $a» Ote|pO, 
California. 



BURGLARY CHARGH) 

OCEANA — A 1958 tM^ 
convertible valued at $695 was 
taken from the O'Kay M^ws, 
Inc. gara^ in Oceana »)m^)e 
Friday night, polwe said. 

Entry to the garage was mtd^- 
by breaking a win^w <u Ae 
north side of the buildk^. <^- . 
cer A. R. Benke responded mi 
Detective R. L. Basni^t is m- 
^wstigatiBg. 



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THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I 

ffi^s I Mm tecrible. The kids at 
school call rae names, unconipM> 
mcntary ones. It goes so far th^ 
disguise their voice in the study 
hall and say unkind things, just 
hm •nougb for tMan to be hear4. 
It is really painful, and I don't 
know what to^o. The troubM 
Wr 1» ttuit I im in a sm^ 
if^. I am weidthy. My f athf r 



and mother worked hard supply' 
ing roe with a good lu»iw. Ituwe 
the "bigg^ car la town aai the 
best clothes," so everycNM says. 

But I am bi^iinaiBg to think the 
<»ly good thii^ fw ine mn}^ ^ 
« loAg ^ip 4o a flwet t^iitai." 

OUR REPLY: T^n Is an old 
jtnying, whidh we cannot accu- 
rately quote, to the effect thatj *%g, 
i^ Wodaot Hog Aa M utatt fuki 



lwo^ say tiwA fm, l»rt iriitt 
ycMi really ire, i^ you ^cmt 
younelf to be. You aren't "im- 
rible" just because wm^mc agn 
you are. You an't caM a 4mm a 
hat raOu^ times to taia U Ar|» 
a h^. Know yiMiraelf, kMW ttil 
you W9 the ti^ kind of piratei^ 
awl you will n<rt he so hctf^sNd 
t^ uotnvthfut nameical^b^^ 

Teeaa^n are c^en ijN^^d 
when they sea oim ci ^A AKH 
itu^ais ii^ WMM^ l» ea^y 
"the best «t everyttitel.*^ t|^ 
resentmeitf is gre^ incirtmid 8 
this pAitieular penm ff^,^m 
appearand ^t hai^ ^ ha^ 
tl^Q It Q» nuit$ Inpeytfjift^ 
ci tmag.9MmC good Ae^MiiMi 
nMw n« Btore a^^Hk wn 
having lots of a^i^; Imt flMve't 
nothing wrMig vttti h^ag tatt. 



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Tukwater Bowluig Ouunps 




fiv g younfste»f^irt(*ibers of Fort istory's Mixed 
L^piC, iSSSthNTidewater Arra Bantam I-^gtie championship 
title in a pUgrujff last wwk at Bayside Bowl. They are (left to 
right) RolxMt Goolsby, Miles T.ee, I^roy I>ockery, IJsa Dunn and 
VLytm Dup<mt. They will also rqwesent Fort Story next month 
in the douUes and, singles chanr^ionships. Mrs. Dorothy Dunn 
is ^ue presi<fcnL (Army Photo) 



BASkiN IN THfi SUN 



iy GORDON lASKIN 




I ha\^ a new plan to cure all the world's ills by tomorrow 
afternoon at 3 :J2 p.m. This is rwt a |^n which will rost any money, 
nor win the F«Ieral Government haVe to administer it. As a matter 
of fwt, I suspect that the Federal Government will not be interested 
in iKiministering it for that very reasCTi. The lads in DC are not 
likdy to go fbr a plan that isn't expensive. What 
with the poverty program, they have enough on 
their plates to last them for some little time. 

My fJan is very simple. Every man who is 
forty- five or older should be nanded a seven 
year old dMighter. If at Ihe «id of two hours 
he hasn't h^rd enough soft conversation from 
this new girl to make him love everyone and 
want to te a better fellow, then there is no 
hope for wdt a nalcontent on this planet^ He'd 
be better off on one of those wild jaunts to the 
raocMi. , 

My small dmighto- gives me enou^ soft 
teflc in a two Bonr perwd to cause me to' look with pleasure on 
^M^ anytiut^ artmnd me, and believe me diis isn't easy to do. 
I \aamf ste teiks K>ft, at»d I kiww that wHitt ^k says ain't so, but 
I <^ it u^H «h1 so will 9& the vcaS^St on the e»rth. i 

\ p3xm titat everyone kwiws that children see you wifh their 
^l^^^^ji^yt^^uyj^^^y^au^^op^ niak(^ fcM- a 

^^KStl^^^t^^m^^nK^^^^otan^W^V^^^ffa^mBli trie CflVei'S aiTO 

tcM yon Jiow tfomAetlut yoa ai«. Even if titis does occur at 5:45 
mm. , , i^ 

I have beat feeliiw especially great tl^sc last few days over 
a little oMnnient she dro{^«J on me last week. I had struggled 
up out, of b«i to tie Ira- sash into a nice fluffy bow, and when she 
tmpri around to face oie to thank me she didn't n^e any com- 
tne^ rixmt the fast that my eyes were bloodshot, nor were there 
any rmmrks atxmt my nMding a shave. Sht just looked up, rubbed 
me on tl« ch^k, and aiMl,,"I>kddy, — what are you gonna be 
whoi y«i grow up?" 



6ym Open F«r 
Evening Adult 
Glasses 



VIRGINIA BEACH — *The 
ladies really turned out!" The 
vocal ejipression was i^ued by 
Harold Whitchurst. City Recre- 
ation Dir^tor upon visiting the 
PAHS gym one ni^ last week. 
The occftuon was Uie Trimnas- 
tic3 claM meeting — an offering 
to women through the Adult 
Night Playground Pit^ram. The 
first night, 170 women stowed 
up and now the class has leveled 
off to around 150. The class is 
built around the Presidents 
Council on Fitness program for 
adults, whereby studems start at 
their {Nvsent fitness situation and 
through a planned pr^ressive 
program are able to individually 
participate with other people in 
a mass meeting. Once the 
plaimed program is completed 
for the ni^t, the women use the 
gym facilities to enga^ in indi- 
vidual and team ptey. 

So far, all the wonKn are us- 
ing the Princess Anne gym fa- 
cilities — but rthcr gyms are 
available for play purposes de- 
spite the fact that no organized 
ckss is scheduled but for the site 
at Priaftess Anne. These (Hher 
gyms are Bayside HS, Kellatn 
HS, Vtminia Beach HS and 
Union Kempsville HS. These 
other gyms are catering (not by 
Recreation Department design 
however) to the men — but by 
Aeir turn out hasn't been as dra- 
matk^fts that shown by t^e 

^HKHIWn. 

How well these gyms are os^ 
will (tetermioe whether the pro- 
gram will be offered in the Fall. 

Presently, diese facHkies are 
availaUe <mi Monday and Thurs- 
day nights from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. 
Within a. few weeks aH tennis 
(XKirts at public schools (tlmt 
have ligjhte) will be lighted and 
thus broaden die soopt of play 
w w)rkout opportunkies for our 
Qtv's Adul^. This proeram will 
ccmtinue through the first ^eek 
m June e»:e{rt for the Easter 
holidays. 

witneIses to meei 



NATIOIIALU 
REGISTRATMN 



VIROWIA BEACH — 

•Registration closes fo^ tto Na- 
tional Little iLeague this Satur- 
day, at 1:30 p.m. All toys h- 
tcrested in signing up will report 
to the field at W. T. Cooke 
School at 12:30 p.m. 

Tfy outs for 1 2 year old toys 
and 1 1 year old bo^s will be 
held at the Vii^inia Beach High 
School field 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. 
The 10 year old toys will try 
out at 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. AH 8 
and 9 y6ar old toys will try out 
at W. T. Cooke School at 
12:30 p.m. 

Boys living in the area bouiKj- 
ed by Camp Pendleton and the 
south side of Laskin Road are 
eligible tox the National Little 
League. 7* 




Hampered by ogats and other heavy afoarel, the Amerwan 
Little Leaguers attempt to believe it is Spring and liscball 
season. ^ 



LEAGUES END SEASON 



CBUmDNSIilPS WON 



THALIA — The Thalia Gar- 
, , . ^ _^ . I den Club met recently at die 

L^^ atti tooraanie^ ?^«%!*TbaUa Methodist Church. Hos- 



^^GmiA BEACH — 



^^fatps mmt won Sataitiay '^ 
tik^Qfmam^ League DivskHis 
vp&m^ )»y 4he Virginia Be»:h 
ReCT^tkm Departn^nt. 

hk te mk^et tcNimanient 
•^cwwi^ttOod No. 1 the Prin- 
ce^ Mat Divisim winner woo 
ttMl O^ Mk^et Diampionship 
n^A w-24 come from bdiind 
^nasty mm a fl^tNig Kem{»- 
'^^•.^littitan five. l%e Ruritans 
rtaMd early and held a two 
point ^mS most of the «^y. But 
"BtooM^^ood came back strong 
la ^ mihJi on the shooting of 
Kekh SiMdeth ivto scored 14 
and omtrolled die 



iMM^ibdmli, to ^ overcome the 
ma^ Kraipsville team. Tiin 
Sunuiss was the star for the 
IMw^tas s^ning 7 points and 
pbiying a Tvk game. 

Im the intermediate league 
O^an Park won the champion- 
thy w^ a 49-28 win over the 
Ptea five. Cole Eckheidt netted 
22 Mfote wd Tom Grimstead^ 
13 » dw: win. Mike Futrell 
•mied 13 in Imipg. Jdm Grady 
plfl^^ wen for Plaza. 

i$i die ltutk>r championship 
pasfi faetwe^ Woodstock and 
^a^am, Woodstock nrfted to a 
42-30 victory. On Crane bas- 
keted i;7,^ James Musick 16 to 
yt^ the winners, Rc^er Bowden 
dn^ped in 17 for die losers and 
ni^yed a fine floor game. 

a the Seniors W<x»^tock de- 
red Tlialia for ^ champion- 
44-37. Herb Tatem , 19. 
Stuart 10 ai^ Bill Carl- 
:ea the wipers. Txm 
6 And Dm l^ier 10 
: ilC^ia. Woo<btock 
*^ I»d apd was 



mi«h^^ No, 1 
6-24) 

^ - (beat 



lliiiila Garden Club 



k ^Mt Act- 



tesses were Mrs. F. L. Leonard^ 
Mrs. C. . R. Maples and Mr*. 
Prcstwi Twtford. ' 

, l^ J. W. FowIct was elected 
delegate to attend the Virg^ia 
Federatbn of Garden Oubs of 
Norfoft aijd Vicinity meeting 
held Tuesday at the Federation 
Building. 

Mrs. D. S. Williard was Elect- 
ed chairman of the nominatini; 
committee with Mrs. W. H. 
Stitii and Mrs. C. L. Halstead to 
serve with her. 

The club held a clinic on 
"Flower Arranging" hist week 
at the Thalia Mediodist Church, 
which was successfully attended 
by most of the members. Mrs. 
D. D. Goff was the instructor for 
the clinic. 

Mrs. G. C. Tatman presented 
a very interesting program on 
propagation: "An Aid In Land- 
scaping". 

TTie Larkspur Garden Club 
judged and awarded the follow- 
ing ribbons;" 

In the artistic class: Mrs. C. 
H. Bungard, blue; Mrs. J. R. 
Goff, blue; Mrs. J. Catanzarito, 
red; Mrs. «R. S. White, red; Mrs. 
D. G. Wiseman, yellow. 

In the Horticulture CIjbs: 
Mrs. H. O. Fryman, bhie; and 
Mrs. I. O. Matdiews, blue. 



ENDS TRAINING 

VIRGINIA BEACH — John 
Grafton, a sanitarian with the 
Virfijnia Beach Health denart- 
mtnt, recently completed a 
training (XMirse in the technical 
asp^ oi iooA sankatton. 

110 tfsinlfig courses are toing 
ocmductnl in Charkrttesville by 
d^ Vir^a State Department 
d He^ umler its, Sanitation 
Tmining Section. 

S«k>r--Wooditock (bett Thalia 

44-37) . 
Te^ Giii»— Viigiiiift Beach 



KEMPSVILI^ — A diree 
dav.,jeffljmr <rf Jetovah's Wit- 
no^ waslield recendy at Ui^ion 
Kempsville Hi^ School where 
die assembly h^rd J. A. Thomp- 
son, District Supervisor, stress 
tto need for each witness to 
"willingly fulfill his ministry." 

SatunJay, Mr. Ttompson ad- 
dressed tlw candidates who, like 
Jesus, symtolized their desire 
to do Jetovah's will by water 
immersion. In die evening, a spe- 
cial future was presented show- 
ing tow a servant of '^tovah 
must embrace the new ^y of 
life. ^ . 

Sunday, Jdiovah's witnes«s 
assembled for the final session 
of the Areip day seminar. 

The Witnesses wish to diank 
fill persons who opened their 
tomes and performed other acts^ 
of kindness during the course of 
the three-day seminar. 



Too Late to Classify 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Bas- 
ketball teams sponsored by the 
Virginia Beach Department of 
Parks and Recreation completed 
their regular 1965 schedules re- 
cently. Championships were de- 
clared with C & K in the Midget 
League ending up with a S-2 
record. C & K was also tops in 
the Junior Low League with an 
8-1 record. Bayside in the Junior 
Higb League, with a 9-0 record, 
was the only undefeated team in 
the toy's' division. Seatack in 
the Senior High League ended 
the season with a 9 and 1 record, 
and were declared champions by 
defeating Lynnhaven in a play- 
off game. 

Elementary Girls (*amps are 
Seatack with a 7-0 record. C & 
K and Seatack in the High Girls 
League ended the regular season 
widi 7-1 records. The ptey-^off 
game for chaAijwMisfaip maS~^on 
by C &K;— — -"'^— '-■- 

Final stahdinp in the Men'is 
Unlimited League stotiw Sea- 
tack with a 4-1 record; Lynn- 
haven, 3-2; QoeaAa^^^*^; and 
Bayside, 1-4. 

An AU-Star group of Jr. High 
Girls won the championship at 
an Invitational Tournament held 
recendy in IV)rtsmouth. Jenette 
Smith won the most valuable 
player award. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — **A 

View of Reality" will be the 
theme of a panel discussion to 
be held at the April meeting of 
the Princess Anne Woman's 
Club at Ae Pine Tree Inn begin- 
ning at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday. 

Mrs. iR. H. Owen and Miss 
Mary EHzabrfdi Crump are ^he 
chairmen of Community Im- 
provement, a program which is 
sponsored joindy by the General 
Federation of Women's Clubs 
and the Sears Roebuck Founda- 
tion and is celebrating its tenth 
anniversary. The Princess Anne 
Woman's Club has been a parti- 
cipant in the program for many 
years. 

Members fof the panel are 
Rhae Adams, who will speak on 
"What a Plan!"; Mrs. Linden 
Stuart of Charlottesville, whose 
topic is "Why It Was Done."; 
and Frank Kellam who will tell 
"How It Was Done," 

Several selections by Miss 
Anne Powell, a student at the 
University of Hartford, will be 
presented, accoftpaqied by Mrs. 



^ VIRGINIA BEACH — '^If 
Winters comes, can Spring to 
far tohind?" 

Any one of the rookies or su- 
pervising adults would have 
given an emphatic "yes" to the 
romantic poet's question last 
Saturday morning at Ambricui 
Little League try-outs. With 
north winds gusting to 25 miles 
per hour and the temperature in 
the high thirties at the Virginia 
Beach High School athletic field, 
prople were greeting people 
widi, "Are we in the righJ 
sport?" 

Right ^r wrong, atout 30 
bafl-playing hopefuls showed up 
widi gloves ready to go. Fifty 
have registered fbr the 1965 sea- 
son and it is hoped all will attend 
the session next Saturday. The 
weather already has cancelled 
two of the six try-out periods. 
Registrations are still bemg tak- 
en at the practices. A toy must 
have a parent-signed form or he 
will not be permitted to work 
out. Registered Little Leaguers 
are covered by accidetit in^ur- 
ance. -—-----"— ^ - ^~-i^.-;"— ---#- 

1 liesc^ vy-OBrts giw wifr inafl"»' 
a^rs of the four major league 
teams a chance to see the play- 
ing ability and potential of a 
prospective team memtor. 

Practice and registration will 
continue Saturday morning ?it 
tto Virginia Beach High School 
athletic field, starting at 10 a.m. 

HORSE SHOW WINNERS 

BACK BAY — Becky Mus- 
lin's chestnut gelding, "French- 
man" took top hotors at the 
first ^hooling show of the sea- 
son held last Saturday at Bay 
Manor Farm He was named 
champion in toth the green hunt- 
er and junior hunter divisions 
and was ridden by his 16-ytfar 
old owner. 

Reserve -champion in the 
green division was "Re--Pete", 
owned and shown by Bobby 
Miller. In the regular working 
hunter division, the top award 
went to "Scrabble", owned by 
Richard WtigHf 

Cecil Flora, Jr., a junior at 
Kellam high school, won fi|8t 
place in the western pleasure 
event on "Fancy Fashion" 



ESSEX MEADOWS 

CHESM^AKE — The Essex 
Mewtows Owdcn Chib will pre- 
sent "To Wig or Not to Wig— 
That is tto Question" at the 
Dweting to bf held Friday eve- 
ning at 8 p.m. in die Soudi Nor- 
folk Armory. Alk» Brewer 
White of WVEC-TV will guest. 

Wigs will to furnished by 
Wig City, Inc., millinery by Tess 
Cantip, and furs by Ix>wendial. 

Door prizes^ will to awarded. 
Donation will to $1. 




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CASTINIi CQIPLEIE.. 
REiiEAKSALS BEGIN 

VIRGINIA BEACW ^ The 
Couvtyard Plaj^HMise's final pro< 
du(Hk>n of thf 1964-65 season 
"The Iff^uUrf Verb to Love" 
will star AJ^ta Walker kvA Phil 
\M&, two fa(^ familMir to 
Tl<kwat^ theatre. 

BiU firitIM, ^^d«at the 
Little Theatre BOUp, wUI direct 
the c^edy. Ihe cm ai nine 
will ^ inoludf Lee C^en, Di- 
an|^ |wm, Aury Ifey^owitz, 
Dtitt I^MdA, Susan Bpt^m, 
Joanne De Carlo, and Maj. Don 
Wilson, 

Rehearsals are uiKlerway 
nightly. Anyone interested in 
working on set or crew is invited 
to attenCI crew n^t any Mon- 
<fay at 8 pm. 

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time in the past few weeks. 

Both episodes were discovered 
by Patrolman K. C. Wood on 
routine checks. iPetectives Oral 
Lambert and Richard Basnight 
are investigating. 

BOAT DAIAGED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 

city's work boat, the "YoYo," 
was fottod atmndoned on a b^ch 
Tu^ay morning with its engine 
burned up from lack pf oil, po- 
lice said. 

The boat wat apjMicently tak- 
en from Vb nJocnlnf alcm^de 
t^ city dredge imAetime Mon- 
day rd^t for pleasure tiding 
and^was beached when the en- 
gine conked out. 

Patrolman F. tR. Scarborough 
responded to the caU. . ^^ 




nr^.^ k>, l?*"^,?*^"^ ^ Amerimism essay contest, 
prwents Miss Clanssa Garrett a bronw medal and a check for 

« i° i^°*^ ^ Virginia Beach Ladies Auxiliary V.FW 
No. 7166. ' 



Mm Gan-ett Wins 

VIRGBS8A BEAOi — Mi^ 

Oatlssa Garrett, a sophomore 
at Virginia Beach High School, 
was the winner of an Amni- 
canism Essay contest sponsored 
by the Ladies Auxiliary of the 
VJ^.W. Post No. 7166. 

Mia Qiurr^ was pr^eated a 
dieck ten $10, and a br^oe es- 
say medal. 

Her 300 word essay, "In Edu- 
cation Rests the Future of 
America", is being seiU to Na- 
tional Headquarters to be 
judg^ among the finalist* — « 



AMESTED n mm 

BAYSIDE — Tom HiB, SI, 

of 5397 Shell,^Road in Lake 
Smith was tfres^ ikturday for 
allegedly assaulting Shelly Gor- 
doh, 54 of 7001 Bayside Road 



FMiee ttid tint Gmd^^m 
treated at Norfolk Commimlty 
Hospital for laceratioQ^ of the 
right side of the face. '* 

Sgt. U.T. CSraig responded and 
Detective A, E. Smith investi- 
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Debates Set 
Begbi Tonight 

NORFOLIC — Debaters fri 
fourteen arva hi|^ schools 
me^ at QM Dominion Collte 
for the annual Fa^ern Distrrcl 
High Sc^»l Debate Tourna- 
ment. A|Mil 1-10. TTie Speert 
Department <rf tl» college and 
Pi Kappa Delta (an honorary 
forensioi fraurnity) a^ hwts bur 
the touraM^nt. 

. Each school will s^d four stu- 
dents, an affirmative team and 
a negative toam, to debate the 
proposition, "Rewlved: That 
control of nuclear weapons 
should be controlled by an inter- 
national organization." . 

Registration for the schools 
will begin in the Hu^i^ Library 
Assembly Hall at noon Thurs- 
day. April 8. Each Mm will par- 
tici^te in six delMtts bdtore the 
winwrs are announced at 4:30 
p.m^ Saturday. The top ftffinna- 
live tdxd the top negative teams 
will Advance to ^ elate meet 
held in Charlottesville later in 
the month. Last year Sylvia Kio- 
sterud and Charles Sullivan of 
Wilson High to<A district honors 
on the affirmative, while Jim 
Landes and Randy Hendersoji of 
l^ineess Amw comprised the top 
n^atlve team. 

The meet will be directed by 
Bill Bri^t, a senior history ma- 
jor, from Portsmouth. He will 
be assisted by other members of 
the Old Dominion College de- 
bate s^ad. Chh<Mr ODC students 
will aove as timekeepers. 

yfm, L. Medley, Jr., ODC di- 
rect of forenskx, is faculty ad- 
vitoV for the event. The high 
school coaches will be guests of 
the college at > luK^to m «t 1 
p.m. Fricby. ^ 

Schooh entered are: Church- 
land, Q}x, Cradock, FergiKon, 
Granby, Great Bridge, Hampton, 
K«50Ugy«, Maury, Norview. 
K%ess Aftne, Warwick, WU- 
•oa, an4 York. 



IWFR ASSAULT 

^ROINIA BEACH — Hay- 
wood Williams, 18, of 114 Ac- 
kers Street was admitted to Vir- 
^nia BmA HmpM eariy Sat- 
urday mbming with lacerations 
of the scalp and ear suffered 
during a fight. 

Williams told police he wjls 
cut with a knife during a fight 
at a 17th Street establishment. 
Ttie incident occurred about 
1:35 a.m. Officer Lawrence Hol- 
loway responded and Detective 
A. tR. Nobles is investigating. 

Little Louise Farrell, daughter 
of Rev. and Mrs. Eari FarreH. is 
recovering at her home on Three 
Woods Road from a tonsillec- 
tomy at King's Daughters Hospi- 
tal. 



VfRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thurstky, April 8, 1965 

^ Pa^ 7-A 

Bayside News 



BAYSJDE — Cecil B. De- 
Mille's clnsie film, "King Of 
Kings" win be shown at the Bay- 
lide Baptist Church tonight at 
7:30 p.m. It is free and the pub- 
Ik is invit»i. 

The BaptMt will hold their 
Aisociational Youth Night, Sat- 
itfday night at 7:30 p.m. at the 
Campostella Baptist Church. 
Youth from the Bayside church 
and their counselors will attend. 
There will be ten sp«:iijj "Inter- 
est Conferences" for the young 
people. The ages in the Youth 
Group are from 13-24. 

BAYSIDE ^ Rev. James Oe 
Foe, pastor of the Bayside Bap- 
tist Church will be wie of the 
participating ministers in the an- 
nual "Sunrise Servwe" held each 
year at Fo|t Story. The <«»»■ 
Dined choirs from the H. Story 
chapel and Little Creek chapel 
will also uke part. The pianist 
will be Miss Lorraine De Foe. 

BAYSIDE — The Methodist 
Youth Feltowship of the Baylake 
Pines Methodist Church wiH 
hold a "Box Supper and Dance" 
at the church Friday. Mrs. D. H. 
Boyd, counselor <rf the group, 
will be in chaige. 

BAYSIDE — Special Holy 
Week services will begin at Bay- 
lake Methodist Onirdi on Palm 
Sunday night and continue Mon- 
day, Tuesday and Wednesday 
night with the Rev. Thomas H. 
Button, pastor of Lynnhaven 
Colony United Church, preach- 
ing. The sons service will be led 
by Rev. Robert C. Black. 

Holy Thursday night therp 
will be a Holy Communion serv- 
ice at the chuKh at 7:30 p.m. 

Good Friday from noon until 
3:00 p.m. the chiifth Will join 
Lynnhaven Colony for special 
services, fm fhoiM #M^g to 
attend i| fe ^t nepessafy |p stay 
the whqte ^rsc *k)Ufs bi|i may 
stay as lo^g as thif ^'ndn m time 
permits. 

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teresfed in the NorMPt Tour 
were goipg on to RictomoiKl, 



BAYSIW — B^^ning Mon- 
day Qight, April 12 and cmtm-: 
uing tnrongh Wedngijlay ni^i,'' 
special ifciy W^k Ifevices will 
be held each even^ at 7:30 
p.m, at Baylake MethocHst 
Church. Each night the service 
will be led 1^ Rev. Thomas H. 
Britton, pastor of Lynnhaven 
Cotony United Church of ChriiL* 
The song service wiU be l&i 
Rev. Robert C BtockT* 

Holy Thursday ni^t at r^f^^ 
p.m. a Holy Communion Sdrt'-' 
ice will be tield. 

Good Friday, from noon lo^ 
3:00 p.m. the membership of die 
churcn will join with the Lyfli^ 
haven Colony Oiurch for iT^ 
special Good Friday Servfce. 
loose attending need not speMd 
the whole three hours, if t^y 
do not wish to tk) so but are 
free to come aiKi go. 

Easter Sunday morning, Rev. 
Raymond E. Musser, pastor, Im 
planned three worship *serv^s|: 
8:30, 9:45Nand 11:00 ^.m. 




BAYSIDE — The Bayside 
Christian Church Is observisi; 
the 'holy seaso^;ji.of Lent win 
special Lent^ services on &■!•■ 
day night. Last Sunday night's 
guest speaker was Rev. Carol 
Lewis, pastor of Rosemont Quis^ 
tian Church, Chcsap^ke. Sunday 
night, the guest speaker will 1^ ^^ 
Dr. H. S. HardcdsUe, retire" 
ministn^. He formerly sei 
Berea Church in Driver, Va. 

In keeping with ^e Lei 
seascm, eadi Tuesday 
at 10:30 a.m. a special 
service is held in the satat 
under the leadiership <A 
Dt B. Smith, Sr. This ser 
open to anyone wishing to 
tend. 

Thursday nights at 7:30 p.m, 
during Lent a Discu^ton Gro^ 
and prayer ^oup me^ U ib0 
church with the Rev. Earl Far- - 
rell, pastor, presiding. This W' 




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Tuesday morning at the home tending. 
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Oub Circle. Mrs. uoris i-i<«r- 
man is the circle leader. This 
circle is from Bayside Christian 
Church. 

A special class which Rev. 
Earl Farrell has ^ been teaching 
will be received into the church 
on next Sunday morning. 

Thursday night, at 7:30 p.m. 
the Discussion and Study Class 
will meet at the Bayside Chris- 
tian Church for special Lent^ 
ptogNun led by the pastor, Rev. 
Farrell. 

The Woman's Fellowship of 
the church will hold their "East- 
er Bonnet Hat Sale" on Satur- 
day morning, from 10 a.m. until 
7 p.m. Coffee and cookies will 
be served. Hats from My Hat 
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BAYSIDE — The Bayside 
Christian Church will conclude 
their special Sunday night serv- 
ices on Palm Sunday night with 
the service beginning at 7:30 
p.m. Refreshments will be served 
following the services at a Fel- 
towship Hoik. 

The congregation cd the 
church is Uiankful their music di- 
rector and director of the adult 
choir, Mrs. Olga Pitt of Sandy 
Bay Drive, has recovered from 
her recent operation and is back 
on the job again. 

BAYSIDE — The Informa- 
tion Booth at the Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel reports that 
business has been brisk. During 
the month of March over 1,000 
cars stopped for information. 
Many Canadians, some from 
Nova Scotia, requested informa- 
tion on Virginia Beach. Some 
were staying and some on their 
way to Florida. If a "man from 
Mars" suddenly appeared on the 
scene I don't think it would dis- 
may the ladies! There were trav- 
elers from Spain, Sweden, Ger- 
many, Australia and France. 
They were mainly interested in 
seeing the historic spots of Vir- 
ginia Beach, ^prfolk and Wil- 
^msburg. Maiiy inquired about 
^e ^^tt^ l^ea Gardens and 

Sunday a car stopped with 
travelers from Tokyo, Japan. 
They were Mr. and Mrs. Naiga- 
no and family. He was in Ae 
Forei^ Exchange Banking bus- 
iness and was very much im- 
pressed with the bridge tunnel 
and the whole area. Also a coii- 
ple from South Africa stopped 
for inftamation. They were ia* 



BAYSIDE — The Bajdde 
Neighborhood Girl Scout Tea 
was held recently at ^Hen 
Park School, 

Cadette Troop 203 bad diarge 
of the opening aod die flag cere- 
mony. 

The Senior Marineer Troop 
809 were in charge of coUectmg 
the "Dimes for Daisy". In mem- 
ory of Juliet Lowe, founder of 
the Girl Scout movement, ;» t 

Junior Troop 362 performwJ'* 
a dance and |ave an Indiaii 
poem. * 

Browni^Trpiip 247 perfom^ 
a skit on Brownies. 

Junior Troop 228 sai^ and 
performed' an Indian Jumjr 
RcHpe. - • 

Brownie Troop 252 p^formed 
a Hawaiian Efence. 

Brownie Troop 465 did * 
"Bear Hunt." 

Junior Troop 273 gaw a skit 
and son on Intematiottal Oid.< 
Scouts. -■< t . 

Junior TroOp 240 performed' 
a Canadian Folk dan<%. 

Junior Troop 230, Brownie 
Troop 246, Junior Troop 25t} 
and Cadette Trop 644 decor^bd^^ 
the tables in keeping with tWs" 
International Theme and \me 
in charge of refreshments. 

Mrs. J. Ireland had a display 
on Canadi^ Girl Scoutii^ 

Approximately 350 girls »ai 
their leaders attended the tea. ,-, 



REPAIR SURVEY BEGINS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 

sample survey of residential al- 
terations and repairs coverii^ 
the first quarter of 1965 will bfe 
made among selected families in 
this area startiAg today. 

The survey will require about 
two weeks to wmplete and is 
part of a national study involving 
about 8,000 home owners 
throughout the nation. 

Mrs. Audrey L. Hayden dl^ 
1832 Windy Ridge Point is the 
Census Bureau representati^ 
wlra will visit local fanuiies in 
the repair survey. 

Mr. and Mrs. George Coles 
Davis Jr. of 21st Street tiavc re- 
turned home after spei^pg the 
weekend in Washinittn, D.C, 

where they att«id«l Ae v.--*' 

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Do ym cringe with dismay when you read stories of ,per«His 
standing idly by and refusing help when another human being 
is attacked or dying . . . their criM for help going unheeded? And 
you wonder why no help was forthcoming? You wonder how any- 
one can stand by and tet another dis. You wouldn't do that, would 
you. No? Y«i are doing it! And even worse, you know it is hap- 
pening ... you hear the cries for help — yet, you do nothing. 

The volunteer R«J Cross blood donor- program is dying. 
Every month the Bloodmobilc cries out for help to you and for 
you ... but only a few ^fedicated penons rispoml. 

Why arp you refusing? Are you one of the ones who firmly 
believe that your blood is sold after you have given it free? Ab- 
solutely untrue! All blood donated free to the Red Cross is given 
free. When you receive Red Cross blood from a hospital, you are 
NOT charged for the blood. However, the hospital will charge 
you for cross-matchii^ and administering the bipod. Your bill 
way have an amount listed as a charge for blood, but it is not the 
blood which costs, it is the service ... 

Perhaps you don't like th« idea of being asked to replace the 
blood used for you ... but remember — it is a request, not a de- 
mand! If you or a member of jkhu- family needed blood and it was 
supplied, don't you fed dw least bit grateful? Wouldn't you want 
to return the favor as soon as vou could? Someone supplied the 
life gift to you-^why do you (eel it is an imp(»ition to be arfced to 
donate in return? 

Maybe you are afraid to donate . . . afraid of side-effects or 
complications resulting. Ncwisensc. You are protected; there is 
ytry little likaiyhood of trouble. Each and every prospective donor, 
including those who give regularly, are checked ami double- 
checked each and every time before the dorior's blood Is acce^Hsd. 
Every time, you must have your pulse, temperature, hfenwxtlobin, 
blood pressure, etc. checked by trained volunteers and registered 
nurses. A doctor is always on the premises. -You will not be al- 
? lowed to give if there is the slightest doubt as to your suitability, 
or if it might be hannful to you. Many try to give and cannot , . . 
.*but niany more could who do mL : :'Z:ZII^:i:ZZ:ZL::Z2L^^iX:^ - 

what will happen if there is bo voluntett Mood doom ^ro- 

^-gram? Would you still be able to receive blood from some other 

source? Yes. There is blood available on the reciprocal basis — for 

every pint you receive, another must be paid back. If you needed 

blood once, you would probably find it fairly simple to replace it. 

But suppose you had to have a serious operation which required 

many pints of blood ... or you had a condition which necessitates 

regular supplies of blood year after year? It is not so easy for you 

t9 round up a great many donors over a long period of time. And 

■ then when vqu run out of donors, you can buy the blood. Tbere 

are businesses which do buy blood and sell it to hospitals and to 

individuals who cannot find enough donors on their own to keep 

, alive. This can run into fantastic amounts financially. Is that what 

Mm want? 

^ The Virginia J8e%dl.-Bla>dniobU« needs -ytsnr-hefp to Stay 
%^ help you. Every month the appeal goes out. Every month 
A different afta is visited to give everyone who will a chance to 
donate. Eycfy month the quota falls short. 

In Virginia Beach are a few to whom many owe their lives. 

Among the gallon blood donors are Henry Jaffee (over 10 galkms), 

Dick Mumford (a policeman who has donated almost 9 gallons) 

Oiief Bayne of the Fire Dept. (who has almost reached his 10 

^gallon goal). Sarah Taptick of Oceana (over 8 pllons) . . . they 

^ carry the load for you. But even their efforts will not stay the 

coming of a reciprocal or a paid blood program,, without your Help. 

Are you going to let the Red Crss volunteer blood donor 

program die . . . or will you be at the Civic Center Wediwsdty to 

be counted among the "giving"? Only you can answer that question. 



First Science Center 
Program Alieut Sea 

NORFOLK — The Restless Sea will be the theme of the 
first pr^am <rf the Metropolitan Natural Sciem* Center. Mr 
R^JCft mlky, of the Virginia Fisheries laboratory, will discuss 
and denNHMtrate the life habits of some live marine fauna of the 
area such as starfish, toadfish, pipefish, and sea horses. There will 



also be exhrbits. of shells |nd 
fMsils ud the Walk Disney fihn. 
•The Restless Sea," will be 
shown. For those who are inter- 
ested, the discussion period will 
be followed by field trips along 
the beach to collect marine spe- 
cinwas, and by workshops in 
which studtnts can learn to. make 
shell collections or build home 
aquariums. This program will be 
held on Saturday, April 24, be- 
ginning at 10 a.m. in the Indian 
River Junior High School in 
Chesapeake. 

This program is the first of a 
series of Saturday programs for 
students ag«i 9 and up of the 
metro area sc^ls. Mr. John 
Kepchar, he^d of fhe^ence de- 
partment ai^*NorfqlJr Academy, 
is chairman ofXihc Program 



in the cafeteria at Norfolk 
Academy. 

Immolate goals of the Metro- 
politan Natural Science Center 
are to make the talents and spe- 
cial training of bur best local 
minds available to the children 
and adults of the metro area us- 
ing local facilities and ihc natural 
marvels of swamp, sea, flora, 
and fauna which atound in this 
area. We hope to stimulate ac- 
tive young minds and those of 
their parents to an awareness and 
appreciation of the worid in 
which we live. 

•Long term goals mclude a 
science center building, way- 
sides, and such additional facili- 
ties as an aquarium, a native live 




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COTimittee otMe Metmoolitan features as may be heeded to 
NatuflM Scien(?e Center. Mr. Hu- tarry out a first rate natural 




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bcrt Davis, 
for the Por1 
Schools, will 
program. y 

Four additional programs will 
be held on Saturday, May 8. 
There will be a Geology lecture" 
at Old Dominion College, fol- 
bwed by workshops in which the 
boys and giris will be introduced 
to the microscopic study of 
rocks by advanced students in 
Geology at the college. This pro- 
gram will be directed by the 
members of the College's Ge- 
ology ilepartmenfi At the same 
time, there will be a ser«s (rf 
nature trail field trips at Fred- 
erick College toi by advanced 
Biology students under the guid- 
ance of Dr. Alan Mandell of the 
Frederick College Biology de- 
partment. 

Students who arc ihterestcd in 
astronomy will have the oppor-' 
tunity to learn more about it on 
May 8 at the Chesapeake plane- 
tarium, while budding entomo- 
k^^ will be welcomid at the 
V^|h)ia ExperlnaoiM '^uck 
Station at Virginia Beach by Dr. 
Douglas E, Greenwood, a re- 
searcher at the Nation, who will 
present a program on itts«;t$. 

Pr(^ams on reptiles, astrono- 
my, and small aaimals of the 
area are being planned for May 
22, Additional lectures, field 
tripSi and workshops will be pre- 
sented throughout the spring and 
summer for students of all ages 
and also for adults. A member- 
ship drive will begin shortly. De- 
tails of this as well as further in- 
formation concerning the Metro- 
politan Natural Science Center's 
programs ^ill be announced at 
the next meeting of the Center's 
Steering Committee, to be held 
Wednesday, April 7, at 8 p.m. 



science center program. Tha 
Metropolitan Natural Sci*n:d 
Center is a non-profit corpora- 
tion whose officers are drav/n 
from the four communities of 
Chesapeake, Norfolk, Ports- 
mouth, and Virginia Beach- „ 



Las! Cigartttft 

Causey injury^ 



BAYSfDE -1 A 19-year-old 
youth was injured early Sunday 
morning when he fell out of a 
moving vehicle while trying to 
retrieve a dropped cigarette. 

George V. Hasson of 3106 
Bray Road received abrasions of 
the Icf t li ^ and ri|ht baadaa jte 

Police said that Hasson was 
a passoi^r in an auto driven by 
Stephen J."*4%o. ll,p*f 3a59 
Bray Road. 

Mayo had slowed the csr al- 
most to a stop so that Hasson 
could find the cigarette, which 
had been dropped in the seat, 
but Hasson accidentally opened 
the front door and fell out onto 
the shoulder of tix ropd* poUce 
said. 

The incident took place about 
1:40 a.m. on Sho^e Drive just 
east of Diamond Springs Road. 
No charges were placed, police 
said. 



National Guard 
Conference Held 



FORT STORY — The Vir- 
ginia National Guard recently 
held a conference in preparation 
for its annual active duty for 
training to be held this summer 
at Camp Pendleton. 

Major Generay»aul M. Booth, 
Adjutant General of the Vir- 
ginia National Guard, and Briga- 
dier General 
Edward M. 
Hudgins, As- 
sistant Adju- 
tant General of 
the Guard were 
ace ompanied 
at the parley 
by Colonel 
John J. Bee- 
son, III. the 

IMtaL Booth '^n».<»r ^""y 
advisor. ' 

The conference, which was 
hosted by Cplonel Jerome K. 
Hosteller, Ft. Story's Post Com- 
mander, was conducted to en- 
able the National Guard repre< 
senfatives to Confer with various- 
officials on post who will be di- 
rectly involved with the post's 
logistical support^^th? iwnmer 
encampment. - ^ *f 

The session opened in tlja 
morning with a welcome address 
by Colonel Hostetler, which was 
followed by a review of supjKJrt 
requirements by Maior H. W. 
Norman, Ft. Story's S-4 Officer. 
The meeting was then turned 
over to General Booth who 4ave 
instructions to his sta g^^^=^. 

Following a luncbeon recess, 
d» Hattmial Guard Conferees 
met with individwa}Ijf, , Jfi^tPd 
representatives for more retailed 
discussions. 





. First 5c commemorative stariips issued for the Crusade against CaMCer #ere pra|e^^ 
Friday morning at the office of, Postmaster Joseph T. f rosswhite to B. M. Stanton. tiiiuuM 
chairi^n of .the Cancer crusade. Left to righi are CroMwhite, Stanton, Mayor Frank A.^UI^ 
Mrs. |r i«-LaGiglia, and Hi^h Kitchen. -^_^] (staff photn by Radri«<«) 



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Local Program Ditcutsed 

CHARLOTTESVILLE— Vir- 
ginia jJBeach Public School Sys- 
tem's "A Curriculum for Groups 
of- Low-Achievers" was one of 
four state-wide public school 
English programs featured at the 
15tfi annual conference of Eng- 
lish teachers held Saturday at the 
University of Virginia. 

Sponsored by the University's 
School of Education, the confer- 
ence was planned primarily for 
secondary school teachers but 
was open to English teachers at J ice .The public is cordially in 



BISHOP BROWN TO VISIT 

PLAZA — The Rt. Rev. Wil- 
liam A. Brown, D.D., LD., 
(Bishop retired) will visit St. 
Franc is' Episcopal Mission 
Palm Sunday at 10:15 a.m. Ap- 
ril 11. 

He will administer the Order 
of Confirmation (Laying on of 
hands) to 16 candidates who 
have completed instruction 
classes. 

This will be the first Service 
of Confirmation in the new 
church facility located at 509 
Rosemont Road. Clayton E. 
Crigger, Vicar-in-Chargc will 
present the class to Bishop 
Brown during the worship serv- 




VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Cancer Crusade was launched on 
Monday, after a prayerful re- 
minder from the pulpits of many 
Virginia Beach churches on Sun- 
day. The ministers of ^^ com- 
munity praised the work Sr the 
Virginia Beach Unit of the 
American Cawxr Society and 



major swtions of the city as fol- 
lows: Virginia Beach borough 
headed by Mrs. William H. 
Phillips, with three . DjyisioH 
Chairmen, Mrs. tosepji R. Dun- 
can, Mn. Wlikt. Smma, Jr., 
and Mrs. Andie ivans; Eut 
Lynnhaven borough chairmaned 
by Mrs. James P. Sandler; West 
urged congregations to support i Lynnhaven borough keuted by 



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Will Recejyc 
Regional Awards 



THALIA — Bill King, exec- 
utive director of the Tidewater 
Council of Boy Scouts of Ameri- 
ca, wiH be presented three regio- 
nal awards at a meeting of 
JPAVAB District Monday at 
8:30 p.m. at Thalia Elementary 
School. 

King has worked with the local 
district for the past five years 
and under his leadership the 
membership has increased by 
144.3 per cent. 

In 1961 he was named the 
top District Executive in the na- 
tion. He has been the number 
one executive in Region III on 
two occasions and has been in 
the Region's "Top Ten Pace- 
makers" rank for the past four 
consecutive years. 

Under his leadership PAVAB 
District successfully conducted a 
3- year building program, "Can 
Do" in 1961, "Will Do" in 1962 
and "Have Done" in 1963. 

By the end of 1962 the district 
was in fourth place in Region 
Ilf. having a net gain of 350 
boys and 10 units, and by 1963 
it was number one in the region 
with 637 boys and 19 units. 
Totals fo| the three years were 
42 new units and 1,905 new boy 
numbers. 



this worthy cailse 

Hundreds of workers will be 
calling in neighborhoods through- 
out the city, distributing Cancer 
Literature and seeking contri- 
butions. "The distribution of 
Literature is one of the main 
reasons for the Crusade", Mrs. 
Joseph La Gyia, president of 
the Virginia Beach Unit, told a 
group of workers meeting for a 
"kick-ofr' coffee on Monday: 
"This Literature", she said, "out- 
lines Cancer's seven danger sig- 
nals, with which every mother 
land wife should be familiar for 
'early detection' aiKl possible 
cure of Cancer". 

B M. Stanton, General Chair- 
man f(x the Crusade, pointed out 
that, "Due to the need for dis- 
tribution of educational litera- 
ture, and the advantages of work- 
ers calling in the homes and 
discussing these educational fea- 
tures, that these things must be 
done by cancer workers. This is 
the main reason why American 
Cancer Society is not in the 
United Fund." 

The Business Division com- 
menced its work last week under 
the chairmanship of Robert M. 
Stanton, and is now well under 
way. In addition! various busi- 
ness trades and professions have 
a chairman for each, and some of 
these are: Dr. J. A. White for 
doctors. Dr. T. Ray Jarrett, Jr. 
for dentists, J Frank Gallagher 
for attorneys, J. J3. Withers, Jr. 
for real estate and Lnsuranee, 
Richard Kline for the automo- 
tive field, and James L. Kitchen 
for hotels and moltels. 

Business area chairmen an- 
nounced thus far, are Wilbert 
O'Connell for Virginia Beach 
borough, Chuck Dant for 
Oceanai Harry Gard for Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, Sam Sandler 
for Diamond Springs-Robbias 
Corner area, and Nelson Davis 
for Ssatack area. Lawrence A. 
iSancilio is working building c<hi- 
tractors-developers. 

A large group of men are at 
work on Special Gifts und£^ the 
guidance of W. G. Saunders, 
Douglas L. Davenport, William 
H. Phillips, L. C. Brennan and 
Dr. Howard D. Kahn. 

Hie Residential Division of 
the C^sade started its work this 



Mrs. C. P. ^Iridge; Kempsvillc 
iMder G. B. Siields; North Bay- 
side borough co-chairmaned by 
Mrs. F. R. Keyes and Mrs. I. L. 
Zimmerman; South Bay side 
borough hraded by Mrs. Joel 
Lietman; Primess Anne borough 
co^bairmaned by Mrs. Glenn 
L. Perkins and Mrs. Donald S. 
Pratt; Pungo borough <^ir- 
maned by Mrs. Floyd Taylor; 
and Blackwater borough headed 
by Mrs. Forrest Mansfield. 

For the first time in history, 
the Post Office l^partment has 
issued a commemorative 5e 
Stamp recognizing the great 
work of TTie American Cancer 
SociWy. 

PRINCIPALS DELEGATES 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Three 
Virginia Beach principals have 
been selected as delegates to the 
National Conference of Elemen- 
tary Principals to be held this 
month in Miami, Fla. Theme of 
the meeting will be "The Roll of 
Social Studies in Elementary 
Schools." 

Delegates will be Gordon Bas- 
kin, Linkhorn Park School; 
WiUard V. Pendk^n, LuXford; 
and Otis Copley, Thalia. Elliott 
Land of Hermitage will be an 
alternate. 

FIRM CITES REID 

BAY COLONY — James Q. 
Reid of 101 Brandon Road re- 
cently received a trophy from 
Rish Equipment Co. for being 
among the top 10 on the com- 
pany's 55-man sales staff. 

The presentation was made at 
the annual sales meeting at the 
firm's home office in Bluefield, 
W. Va. Reid is associated with 
the Norfolk branch office at 
5585 Sabre Road. 

MUSICIAN IN CONCERT 

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Paul 
Hariton Michael of Virginia 
Beach was ampng the 70 East 
Carolina dnrege students in the 
varsity band to participate in the 
school's annual spring concert 
recently 

He is the khi of Mr. and Mrs. 




George N. Michael of 520 22nd 
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BAYSIIW^^ MiM JM 
Hege, a vetiPSn missionary ^ 
33 yean m Venca^iela miCsxit- 
go will be speaking at t^ 0»4b 
Park Community ChiHs'h fd- 
day at 7:30 p.m.. 

Miss Hmc, a graduate «f 
Whcaton Cbllege, now servi% 
under Baptist Mid-Missioil;|, |i 
the surviving .member of |||» 
missionary team (m Maatt^fffh. 
Mission Station ia KwihrK#- 
vince of Congo. Mangungu aaj 
several odier sister ^ationr- were 
the target of sudden ami bnoal 
attack by the Commuti»t-ia- 
spired Jeuness in late Jaouary 
1964. Some stations were bwmqd 
to the ground, missionaiieft wafe 
abused and severly beaten % 
the Terrorists. ; 

Miss ^H^e of WdliofctqB, 
d her co-worker, M^ 
5Ferrel of Jerome. Idah«, 
attacked by frenzied.Afd- 
can youth in the early hours iH! 
the morning, dragged from, their 
home, pushed and threatened 
with death. Miss Ferref was 
struck in the neck bv a terorist 
arrow which severed a jugulw 
vein bringing aInKMt instaiit 
death. Miss Hep- wfts also 
wounded in the fray and left fojt 
dead. 

After four days c4 ahi^rnatiin^ 
captui%, e»:ape. and puiiivd^ 
Miss H^e was ev^uated by hel- 
icopter to Leopoldville, the cap* 
ital of Congo, and fiown to tl^ 
States. A book «f the four-da^ 
pursuit by the Jeuness has beeit 
written by Miss Hese entitled 
"We Two Alone" and is now . 
log sold in religious book 

Miss i^^ fim BOW to 
to the mtswm ^Id in AjprU- 
this time to V^iameta after 
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K«BB«A A. Price, Pm»*^ 

Lynn ShorM Driv* 

at Va. Beach Blvd. 

9:10 a.ra. — Sunday Chwrcli 

School. 
10:80 a.in. Worship Sendee 

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Naam Amo OsMOt Home 
Rev* Bnee B> Ptcktau, Paalat 
lOKlO Jjn.— Sunky School 
11:00 Lia.— Morning WonlHp 
' faBO pjB.— B.T.U. 
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BAPTIST CBURCB 

Loiidoa BridM, Va#ua 

a E4iwi Hii^ St« 

9:43 ejB.— Sunday Scbpoi 
11:00 a4S.— Monifaig Vifot^ 

6:30 pjn.TnualnB Unaoo 
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niEEWnX BAPTBT CHURCH 

la Praiceas Anoe County oa U^^f 815 
Vi mile part OocMa Ak SaitiaD 

on iMit 
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9:45 a.m.— Aindey &iMol 

11,45 ajn.~t^%sfaip Service 
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One hundred sixty-two feet high and me hundred forty-eevW 
feet wide Napoleon built hia arch of triumph, loudly it riies above^ 
the Place de I'E^ile reminding the world of aa' Emperor's early vie<> 
tiBiea — and later defeats. ^ 

Chi the raui f run Bethphage to Jertiaalem oenturTes before then 
had been another arch of triumph. Nature had fashioned it of pahn 
tre«. Beneath their bowing branches the Prime of Peaee ndit into 
the city ttat was to crucify Him. 

Jesus, unlike Napoleon, never had need of agigantie monn meat - 
to hdp the world remember Him. The doors of a million chun^iir' 
bespeak His victory. Men pass through them not to gue upon ti^ 

i^ty of carved stone, but to worship and sorvetteSMet God. "&_ 

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other men's blood. 

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7120 KeoifMvWe Road 
A. D. BloMt. Partor 
9:45 aja.— Suad^ Schooj 
U.-OO ajiL-Moraiag WontOp 
1.-00 p JL- ^veoaw W wihip 
THAUALYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rav. RriMH N. WallM*. P«ator 
Ve, Beach Blvd. adjoining 
PrincMa Anne High School 
8:30 a.m. — Morning Worship 
9:30 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 

FOOT COtJ^VIAL 
BAPTIST CHLVCH 

929 Hnt CoimiJBl Road 
Gce«|e T. Stal^^ Pesier 

9:46 ajn.— Sun*iy School 
11:00 eA.— MornlQi Worriiip 
4:30 p4a.— Traiidiw Undoo 
7^0 pjn.— Eventi« Wonb^ 
7:30 pjD.— Mid-wedc sen*e, Wed. 

waixsmaat bapubt church 

419 Gfe«i}d( R(Md Noifolk 2. Va. 
iUv. CtelM T. HndMdB^ Paator 

9:45 ajn.— OMncb School 
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THALIA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Avct & Va. Beadi Blv^ 

WiUiam L. Aaher. Ptoter 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday S^^Mool 
10:45 a.m.— Wontiii) 



FOUNDRY METHOOVr ^ 
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v'itsiflia Beadi Boalevard, Lynntaavm 

Doafias Ehot, psMtor 
8:45 a.m. wad 11 e.m. — servkee 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
6:30 pjn.— Youth Fettowi^ 



BEKH GROVE 
METHODKT CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. Jackson, Pastor 

10:00 a.m.— Church School 
11:16 a.m. — Morning Worship 



FRANCIS ASBURY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Ro»! 
LoRoy Davii, Mioittar 
9:45 a.m.— Church Schod 
11:00 a.m.— Mornirv W(»^dlip 



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7271 Vliilida Be«di Blvd. 

Rev. DaiMn AliMedrio, 05.B. 

Mmhok 6:30, 8^. 9-^0. 11:00, 12:30 

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SCOT+ MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHUROI 

40ft First Colonial Roi^ 
Rav. H. Wark Curry, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.--aMirch School 
11:00 a.m.— Momliu Worrii^ 
7:30 p.m.— Youth FeUowshq* 

HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Road 
lenua G. Loiqt. Jr.. Pastw 

9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m — Morning Worship 

HAYGO(M> METHODIST 

CHURCH 

1149 ky^ore Rmid 

ScheAiie of Serricae 

Each Saaday 

Wonh^ Services: 8:30 ajn, 9:45 

a.m., and 1 1 ajn. 
Cburcb School for aH age groups 

9:45 a-m. 
Swond ressioo of ClMirch Sdho<d at 
1 1 ajn. for dajdrra vp tlirau|ii 7tf) 
Cmde and adulto. 
MetlMxfet Youtft FcltowsWp: 7 p.m. 
for younf people—?*, 8th and 9* 
^ades In Junior High Group ted 
lOtti pade up for Seizor Gtoap. 
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BaYLAUE METHODBT CHURCH 

Shore Drive «t Treaaure Mand Dr. 
Bayaide ' 
RayMond E. Nasser, Minister 
8:3U It 11 ajb.— Worship Servioa 
9:43 e.m.— Sunday School 

CHARITY MfTHODIST CHUIKll 

Beck, Bay, Virginia 
Rev. WBBam A. Moea, It, 

10:00 cm.— CtMircb Soboot 
(1:00 ajB.— Morning Worship 

SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Fiiaoeas Anne, Virginia 
Rev. Fhnk D. James 

10:00 a.m. — Morning WonOip 
11:00 a.m.— ClKirch School 
7:30 pjn.— Youth FeUowriiv 

omMUNnrY methodist 

CHURCH 

Acredale — KempsviUe 
Rev. Joha L. Kibler, Jr. 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Workup 
7:30 pjn.— Youth FeUowahip 

LYNNHAVEN METHODlSr' 
CHURCH 

UtUe Neck Road 
lev. Oscar V. Roib-iguec, Paatar 

i0:00 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Mornitig Worship 

.EKIES METHODIST CHURCH 

8SM Virgiaia Beach Blvd. 

Rav. C. Katon Gray 

Sarly Worship Service 8 :30 a.m. 
Jhurch School 9:46 a.m. 

liate Worship Service 11 :00 ».m. 
foth Fellowship 8:M $M. 



NO/mO METHODBT CHUM» 

Prioceai Anae, Viifioia 
Rev. tnA D. Jamaa 
10:15 ajn.«<%i»d) School 
11:15 ajL-^doniaig Wonidp 



GALnjEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

*Oth end Pacific— GA 8-3573 
The Rev. EAwmi Baikaly, Rectoi 
The Rev. Maceii B. ¥/tibao, AwMmU 

8 B.|n> — Holy Commonioa every 

Sunday 

9 a.m. — Morning prayer an^ 

Sermon. (Holy Com- 
mtmion every 4th Sun- 
day.) 

10 a.m. — Church School ilasses. 

11:16 a.m. — Morning prayer and 
Sermon (Holy Commun- 
ion every lat Sunday.) 

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EYANOEUCAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH of the GOOD aOPHERD 

1489 LaaldB Road 
Rev. DldwM W. Taylor 

9:30 a.m. — Church Sehok 
11:C0 a.m.— Worship 
6:30 p.m.-^Luther Leagtta 

ouRBAvmnra 

LUTHERAN OltlRatt 

Bi^kke Phiis, Baijidde 
Beaaelk R. QM^ rmm 

8:16 a.ra. — Worship Service 
9:30 a.m.— Cherch School 
11:00 ajn.-r-W<Mshlp Service 

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424 Eiogs Grant Roal 
Rav. I. £bo«r IVtodfey, P 
8:00 a4n.— Dhrme WotsMp 
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vNow fflee(»)c a the King's Gnat 
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RwynMod <:. FtttM, Nrtev 
9.50 a.m.— Siaiday Sdxwl 
11:00 ajn.—M(m)kig W(»ri# 

BAYSn>E presbVterian 
CHURCH 

Near RobMm Ooncr 
^. Rf»v. I. E. lokaaett, Paatar 

^45 ajn.— Sunday School 
il:uu ajn. — ^Menung WonUp 

THALIA TRINIFY 
PREffllYTiailAN CHURCH 

Now meeting Iq tfae 
TItaHa Eleeaeiitaiir Sdiool 
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9:30 a.m.— M<»iiitag Wot^ 
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BETHEL METHODIC 

Princess An^ 
Roy R. Jaeksoa, restar 
10:00 a.m.— Morning WonldB 
11:00 A.M.— Church Behool 

PLAZA METHODBT CHnACM 
SM nasa Tratt 
HeAcrt G. HoM% Pl 

9:45 a-m.— Oairch ScAooi 
11:00 a.m.— Worship S#vfce 
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Vi^nia Beach, Va. 
9:15 aju. — Church SohoM 
10:15 ajn.— Wonhip Servtoe 
NoKMy Provided 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rev. Chai^M R. McGiahy, Rector 

8:00 A.M.— Holy Communion 
10:00 A.M.— Holy Communion 
(1 & 3 Son.) 

Morning Praver (2 A 4 Sun.) 

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Brig. Gen. Gordon D. Gayle takes hold of the Landing 
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'31. He accepted the flag from Brig. Gen. J. C. Miller Jr., (left) 
who retired from the Marine Corps, during the change of com- 
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bolizing the command change. Gen. Miller and \JFT\i Adjutant, 
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»:45 a.m.— Sundky School 
11:00 ajB. — Morniiii Wondiip 
7:30 pjn. — Ev«i^Hstic Seniot 

KALA CHUaCH OF CilBM^ 
^ - Back ley, Va. '^ 
feck Don, R 

iO:00 a.in.— Bibte SAod' 

11:00 a.iii.— Mornii« WorAlp 

, 7:30 p4n.— Bveoiiv Wwihip _; 

CnURClI OF CHIBST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd.. Ocauia, Ta. 

Roy N. WiUoB, MinUtor 
10:00 i.ni.— aftie Study 
11:00 a4a.-4^<xiiii« W«nhip 
7:00 p.Bi. — Eveninc Worship 



nasrr church of christ 
scii^ivr 

" 209.20UiSt 

f:30 aja.— Sundw SgbssA ^^ 
11:00 a.in.— Churdi Service '—-- 
M» pjn.— We(faweday Servfef 



" OCEAN FARK 

crawMUNmr churcx 

B. MeCelMi^, TliM- PM|rr 
IXiFoBt Circle. B«y»ldi7v^ 
9:45 ajB.— Mbfe Sdiod 
II KX) 1411.— MorDiiv WonMp 
7:30 p.in.— Pamiy NJiM Servioe 

VRGINU BEACH 
CX>MMUNITV CHAFIiX 

^ LatUn Rd. Unkhoni Ray 

Rev. RicitM^ Woedwerd, Pa«t«r. 

9:4S ajn.-^Sumlay Sdhooi 
11:00 ajn. — ^tMorning Wondiip 
P:30 a.in.— OJUno'e aiureh 

7:30 pjB.— Eydoiog Service 

. LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHURCH 
(Coafreratioael CkriitUn) 
Great Neeji Read near Shore l>r. 
The Rot. Tho. H. Britten, MiniatBT 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morninfir Worship 
7:80 p.m.—- Piljrrim Fpllowship 
Vu-s^rv for small children 
VJBURBAW CHRISTIAN 
CHUROI 
•II Loboug^ Ave., Bellam) Mantw 
Virgania Beach. Va. 
Rev. \. Frederick Pai^w 
9:45 a.m.-^ndBy Sdied 
MtOO e.rti.— Momin* Wonrfile 



8:45 am.— WonhJp Servioe 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Service 
6:30 p.m.^Youih Oroi^t 



BAYISDB CHRBTIAN CHURCH 

(CDogrepttkHMl) 

Shore* Dr^ve and Greenwell Road 

Eari L. FarreO, IVUalrter 

9:45 t.m.— Worsbip Service * 
9:45 *.m.— Sunday Schooi. 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 
= -= CHURCH 

_ll«w Meetiaf At 

ika B. Dey ElenoBtery Sehool 
3. SteatoB BUia, Paatar 
Horniiur Worship — 10:00 A.M. 
Church School — 11:16 A.M. 



ARAONA BAPTIST CHURCH 
^ J^m Meatlac la LouUa Luxford 
"^ " Elemeatairy School 
M. C. CLIFTON, PMtor 

9:45 a.m — Sunday School 
11 :00 a,m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— draining Union 
7 :30 p.m.— Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Wed. Prayer Meeting 



CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 
^Rev. GARY B. THOMPSON 
Miaister 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School ' 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worship Service 
5:45 p.m.— Vesper Service 
6:30 p.m.— Training Union 



PEMBROKE MANOR 
UNITED CHURCH 

(Cot^matloiial Christiita) 

Meetii^ in Pembroke Manor 

EkmentSiT School 

Rev. Chwka F. Pepwa, Mfaiister 

9:30 8Jn.— <*un* SAo(A 

10:30 a.m.— WbnUp 

Nursery e*all tprvlcee 

ST. AIDAN'S 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Klat '■ Great Rd. * Ediaborgh Dr. 

Stvdy 341.3730— Office 340.«4S9 

Rav. L. J. Taylor, Ji% Vicar 
8 a.m.-^ — Holy Communion 
10 a.m. — Family Service 
Holy Communion Ist & 3rd Sun. 
Morning Prayer other Sundays 
Church Sehool concurrent with 
Family Service 



FRIEMDS MEETING 

(Quaker) 
I Lasidn Rd. 
9:45 a.ffl.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— Meeting tot Momini 
Worth^) 



ST. MARK A.M.E CHURCH 

Oceana 

Rev. D. P. VdtoB, PMtor 

9:30 a.m.— SuKtay School 
nm B.m.— Wonhip Service 



DLiMOND 9RINCS 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Diaolpies of Ctmxt 

6700 W. Hadeo Road 

Near Little Creek Fwry 

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Bayside Jaycees 

4 

Announce Contest 

BAYSIDE — A "Night on Ae 
Town" wilkbe given away by the 
Bayside Junior Chamber of (:om- 
merce in May in cooperation with 
radio station WKVK. 

The free night out includes 
dinner for two at the Pine Tree 
Ihn, a movie at the Princess 
Theatre,,, and free baby sitting 
service. 

The award will be given to 
the person who has the "best 
community improvement idea". 

ITie Jaycees, a group of com- 
munity minded young men be- 
tween the ages of 21 and 36, in- 
vite everyone to send in ideas for 
ways to improve suburban Vir- 
giriia Beach. 

Contestants should answer 
three questions — 

1. What local problem are you 
most concerned about? 

2. What is or isn't being done 
about it? 

3! What you think should be 
, done? 

Entries wi|l be judged on the 
importance of the problem, com- 
pleteness and accuracy of facts, 
and the feasibility of the solu- 
tion. 

As many entries as you wish 
may be submitted, but en4er 
only one to each lettelr. 

The winning entry will be 
read over WKVK, and will be 
acted on by the Bayside Jaycees. 

Mail ideas to "Free Night 
Out" contest, WKVK, Virginia 
Beach, Va. 

Contest ends midnight 
April 30. 



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Agricultural Ageat 

^ By E. R. "DICK" COCKRELL, 4lt 



Planting Hints For Trees, Shrubs 

Getting ready to do some 
landscaping? The first thing to 
-onsider in planting trees and 
shrubs is selecting plants with 
healthy top growth apd a good 
root system.. 

In some cates It |j desirable 
10 select small plants instead of 
buying or attempting to trans- 
plant large plants. 

The proper time to plant is 
during the dormant season or 
early Spring or late fall. Decid- 
uous plants (those that lose their 
leaves in fvinter) are most easily 
moved when in their dormant 
stage. ■ ~ 

Evengreen plants should be 
moved in early spring or late 
fall. In moving these plants, keep 
a ball of earth around the roots. 
This can be done by wrapping 
the ball of earth with burlap and 
tying it with twine. "This prevents 
the ball of earth from breaking 
apart and prevents roots from 
breaking off. If a deciduous piant 
the roots with burlap or plastic 
is dug with the roots bare, wrap 
to prevent them from drying out. 

Dig a hole deeper and larger 
than the root system. Remove 
poor soil and replace it with good 
topsoil. It may be necessary to 
add peat moss or o^her soil- 
building materials to provide a 
good soil mixture around roots. 

In placing the plant in the hole, 
set it properly so it is at the|aai>e 
depth as before. Many plant! are 
planted too deep and they soon 
die. After setting, firm the soil 
around the plant, water slowly 
around the plant to give it a 
thorpugh soaking. Then cut one- 
third of the top back. This is 
necessary to reduce the above 
ground portion in r^ation to the 



in terminal markets and adc^M 
markets, because he can't, i 



mate the quality of breedptW 
the crossbred. *^tv^ 

He can readily buy cros.^ 
in the home jjasture where h9 
see the sire and dams, b«t 
has been reluctant to pay- 
same money .when l» finds tl^ 
away from home and unabtei.lg 
(Verify their breeding. 

Researchers at the Virginia • 

Agricultural Experiment Sh^ob • 

have spent several wan invsrti- % 

gating the effect of crossbre«l- i 

ing beef cattle. TTiey. used flie - 

three maior British breeds*— J 

Angus, Herefords, and $hoit- " 
horns — in these tests. 

They^ found that crossl^*. 
calves averaged 15 to 18 pouo^ ' - 
heavier than straightbred ^vei • 
at weaning. In the feed lot, croisl ' 
bred heifer calves gained mwe 
than straightbred heifers, ^nd at ', 
the end of the feeding p^od : 
hung up conlideraHly heaviari ' 
carcasses than the straightl»ed • 
cattle. vi ; 

Steers were wintert^ '*«#•* 
grazed one season, ,thcn {M off-; 
feed and finished at about 22 i 



root system. 






Tree trunks should be wrapped 
with burlap or similar material 
to prevent sun scald. This is 
done by cutting burlap bags into 
strips four to six inches wide. 
Start at the base of the tree and 
wrap the entire main stem. 
■ It is often desirable to stake 
trees firmly in place with three 
guy wires. 

It's best not to fertilize at 
time of planting because there 
is a danger of twrning the roots. 
Wait until the follo;/in» spring 
and apply a comple'^ *" -Hlizer 
by spreading it around th3 tree 
on top of the ground. 

Crossbreeding Beef Cattle 

Crossbreeding has been prac- 
ticed for years in the production 
of sheep and hogs, but little has 
been done with it in producing 
beef cattle. The beef cattle busi- 
ness in this area is baSed on 
straightbred cattle. 

This is particularly true in 
Virginia, says Curtis Mast, Beef 
Cattle Specialist of VPI, at the 
recent Virginia Beach Beef Cat- 
tlemen's Slihool. 

The specialist says, "We are 
presentJy in an age of uniformity 
in packaging all types of pro- 
ducts for sale; and eye appeal is 
given first priority. Perhaps 
crossbreeding hasn't been more 
prevalent because of the color 
pattern produced by crossing two 
brwds." 

The feed lot operator knows 
that crossbred cattle will perform 
slightly better in his feed lot, but 
will usually hesitate to buy them 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
montfiJy luncheon meeting of the 
Tidewater Homebuilders Asso- 
ciation, Women's Auxiliary, en- 
joyed an Antique Jewelry show 
presented by Leed's Jewelers of 
Norfolk last week. 

The assortment of stick pins,, 
hand-made watches, rings bear- 
ing royal crests, and hand-made 
chains were displayed by mem- 
bers of the auxiliary. Betty Koeh- 
ler of Leeds did the commentary. 
Modeling the iewelry were 
Mrs. Jack Osmond, Mrs. iRoRer 
Nonni, Mrs. Horace Filer, Mrs. 
Bert Englander, and Mrs. O. 
Komas. 

Mrs. Horace FOa- As^jrg 
ui iotetestiiig itiejce W v^k^m 
jcwefcy, / 



months of age. The increase _ 
growth rate continued thrbu^ I 
the grazing season. HoweW, ' 
after the steers were put Oktte i 
feed lot, little difference was not- \ 
ed in their gain. This would in- ( 
dicate that hybrid vigor was no J 
longer effective after one grazing \ 
season or 18 months of t ^t -j' — ^ 
Mast says the big advan^' 
found in the experinient so far * 
has been in weaning perc^ntiM • 
of cows bred. In this experiment \ 
— figuring weaning perc«tage » 
on calves weaned from the num- 
ber of cows exposed to brsed^ , 
before — there watt a Un p^teent 
advantage \n cross-bre^^ 

Crossbred cows, had more 
calves %viA the caWes that^^*|^ 
bom w*re stronger and 1l|^rri 
tendency to reach weanii^ i^ J 
better than straightbred cah^. I 
Marketing croKbnKl caNes 1 
still liresents a problem, and per- i 
haps the greatest disadvantage r 
IS keeping the breeding hc«I re- 1 i 
plenished with rcf^uiements. -^ t 
two br^ cr(»sii^ system » ^ 
simple to keep gomg by b»ynM I 
replacement heifers con^rtW?^' 
Accordng to Mast, *T T i iie ji-*' 
reason to think there may he I 
more advantap gained by imim j 
crossbred females. This seomd I 
phajjc of ^ experimem is «mv f 
in progress. Cn»sbrwl feqate ^ 
—if proved superior— iHlI bfler \ 
a greats problem to the br«^ « 
to procure and to kwp bis fceitf | 
iiftact number-wise. n I 

"What the future hoi* fcf < 
crossbreeding beef cattle w-wpp-, 
known, but at least it will be in- S 
teresting to follow the results of | 
this experimem, and beef catto ^ 
producers will haye some definite ? 
answeft at its completioii." ; 

WHY CERTIFIED SEED 
IS BETTER :' 

Farmers realize the iinp^- ,J 
ance of good blood in animals, " 
and are familiar with the ngbi^*' 
tration of livestock. The r^tei%.. . 
tion and certification of seed is * 
similar. 

Certification insures the <;pal- ' 
ity of seed and speaks well <A • 
its ancestry, both of whidi aft . 
important in economic crop fM^ * 
duction. The old saying, **Like ? 
begets like," is true of ci^ps as • 
well as livestock. 

Fortunately, Vir^iia Be|^ J 
farmers don't have to pmble,*^. 
the quality <rf the %ed Acy me. ; 
They can be sure by planting 
Virginia certified seed. Certifi- ; 
cation stands behind the gef»tic 
purity of superior varieties and 
hybrids. 

All certified seed must pass a : 
rigid field inspection before %fe^ 
vest—and after the «ed h har- 
vested, cleaned and ready lor 
sale, it must pass a ri^a ge- 
mination and purity test. Certifi- 
cation tags cannot te issued m 
any lot of seed which do^ not 
pass both field and bin insp^- 
tions. 

Certification is tiuh Ae far- 
mer's best assufaiu% of tf^te 
seed free from dbeases, i^S 
seed, and other crop seed. Very 
low tolerances for lia^ ai^ 
mitted on any ^ed ditt crii 
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4-H Activities 

and Events 
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•*I,uck generally comes to those wfto look for it." 
HMte folks! Durii^ the past few weeks. I h^e been asked 
many Anw, "What can 4.H Club Members do inand for their 
^awnuni^?" I w«ild Kla to present a report frow the Mart:h 
isifte of m^onal *-H News, that will show you what a dub can do 
if it «rii^s Id put fwth the effort. 

Saftr Town Through 4-H Action 

^^"^ y ^H Clab chai^fed tl^e^ safety and Iwalth habits of an 
t^mtmamnhy is the succe« story of the Lone Tree 4^-H Club 
of Valier, Mont. 

ThrMgh alert leadership and with wiHtng 
coopteration from the club's some 20 members, 
<his 4-H group has carried out a renmrkable 
series of safety projects. And in reci^tiw of 
<heir achievements, tl^ey have a long series of 
awards as well. ,, 

Since 1954, the chib has only missed one 
year in getting a state 4-H award in safety as one 
of the top 10 clubs in Montana in that project. 
In 1961 , th^ club yce i v e d an a waij of Merit 
^ . from the Montana Rural Safety Committee in 

C F. uqr further recc^ition of thdr contribution to the 
w^«bdng of their community. 

Mrs. Bruce Ulton and Mrs. Rohnd Beaudry are the leaders 
'wlo imvt provided the spark for the Lon(e TVee Qub's Success 
uiaifety. Mrs. Beaudry, in her 14th year of leadership, has been 
wi% Hie club smce it started. Until this year, she was thfe club's 
afsty pmfict Irader ; this year she's orgMiixational leader as well. 
Her thn* ol<^t children, Benny, Nona and Riu, have all attended 
N^mal 4-H Club Congress in Chicago for their outstanding 4-H 
w^ Her youRfsst daughter, fan Ann, is going ak>ng well in 4.H 

Mrs. Ulkmi has 15 years of 4-H l<adership bdiind her. The 
dub's organizational leader until this )|Mir, she has cut \mck to 
pfoj^ ka^ership in order to com|rfete her coll^ie d^ree. Her 
so^Rfchard aM Ronald have also attended Club Congress, with 
Ronald Nirinf received a scholarship from General Mot 
ittopi^ safety award winner in 1959. 

4-H is mwle up of f»rent-n<Mnber teanw, Sf two i^lt lead, 
e m be lief ■trebly. They ejqjlain this to all their 4-H family in 
sOMHi 4wU to the homes. And to help insure that the parents are 
faad^^ lap the work of the youngsters, these enterprising leaders 
tey te get M ^ om of th pvents in each 4-H hunie to be a pro- 
JBa teder. Tim is ^|ie esse in almost every home. 

In listing her club's achieven^ents, Mrs. Beaudry freely con. 
f«^es ttat "We're not always original with our safety mrtivities, 
fkwts and eidiibits. We get ideas from the 4-H News and anywhere 
Ae we am." 

Al^ilgh there isn't room here to describe- all tl\e things the 
Lone Tree 4*H Qub has done to promote health and safety in 
aad around Valier, clul» tooking for id«w wiH be intter«ted in 

Sf^Bsoi^ a R^ Crass first aid course fit dw local school. Of 
the 40 persons enrolled, 37 comjtoed. 

Hdped oi^aniK a ccMinty Rund Safety Committee. 

Condttctol hasrd hunts in all nwmbcrs' homes, with skits and 
filftis of in^bisCtion first. 

Carried out a huntii^ safety course in the community. 

CondtJctttl a publk "model 4-H mating" on safety. 

Had two otlter 4-H Oubs meet with them for a safety meeting. 

Made safety exhibits during National 4-H Club Week each 
y^ 9M s^m^red ^f efy floats in nearby {trades. 

Hi^d ifcpofts at club meetings from a member who. made 
iimtv^ of all accidents ift the county during an entire year. 

Invited ^i^ers from various i»rt8 of the state to bring 
saitfy messes to residents of the country. 

Supplf^ the help of junior leado's and older members in 
piWBdang, arranging space and ptitting on a series of oral polkj 
v^aane clinics in VaUra*. 

One of the highlights of the club's yearly program is a tour 

joine point of inter^t. The entire 4-H families are invited. Some 

of'^e subjecto in reomt yrars include beef cattle marketing in 

Gi^: Falls, a dair^ processing tour, and grain and potato chip 

To carry out its w^I-Iaid i^ans, the clirij uses a system of 
nieniber TOmniittees, with a junior l^der as cWrman and an adult 
l^tkt'ii^^g as advisor. Every meniber is on at least one comtnit- 
tee, «iM a new member on «ich group to get training in 4 Jl pro- 
wdures. -^iillf 

Oow a year, the Quonset hut at Ullom's farm is the site of a 
big Fun Nipit to which all thp 4-9'ers, thdr famili^ and friends 
iH invierf. N«rly 2Q0 people turn up for these festivities. 

Example is ^e best teacher. And the members and leatkrs of 
the Lone Tree 4-H Club are Aching their neighbors two things by 
oamTpIc: That it pays to practice good healUi and safety habits, 
and thit it jmys to have a livewire 4-H Club in the Community." 

I>jn't yai think your 4-H Club could do something like this ? 

COMING EYENTS 

April ID — Seiiior Demonstration Contest, Denwustration 
Kitchen. 9:30 a-m., 

April 10 — ffllfcrest Ho^ & Pony 4-H Oub Mtg., Hillcrest 
aatte, 4 p.in. 

April 12 — Bayside 4-If Meeting, 7 :30 p.m. 

April 14 — .^uto Project Hazard Hunt, Agric. Extension 
Office, Princess Anne. 8:30 a.m. . \ 

April 14 — Horse & Pony Fidd Day, Rideawhyle Stables, 
8«;yside, 2 p.m. , 



kMJL Sprinit 

Thy«lP' wUl be flw thM» of 
the annual %rin| Co^to^ 
of die Mltoettdoii tm Ammu^ 
and EM0mmem to be heltir 
Thureday to SmiAy, at Astoci- 
atfoo headquajters, 67th Sweet 
wMi MmuH^ Avmue. 

Sba«e flimst <rf fkm V«k 
win open m Conference mtmt 
ar 8 p.m. with • to^me ^ ^*1& 
BM^-« fhtadboott ist Uiiite>> 
stHlAMt SM." 

€ta nl^, ft g p.ni. dM tLmr. 
E. fr^ MMii^, ^Mor of m 
Pint Mtotim Church of ^^ft)l1c, 
will ^eOt m "The MNe's ?Jtei- 
tal Dm." Sttunlay, at 8 p.m. 
Iftm^ Lyan Cs^^, mM^png dt^ 
recwr of die A^ociadiwi. ^11 
sptek oa tlM nibj^t, "B^Nmd^ 
the Li^f • 

b}lomi«I talks on the tHentt 
of ^OMiference will take plhds 
mornings and afternoons of Fri- 
day and Saturday. TTic Rkh- 
mmd members of AR.E. study 
groups will be in charge of the 
ConferciKx. 




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Cm Sunday, at 3:30 p.m. the 
Sunday Forum will hold its last 
SM8i<Mi of the season, at which 
the speaker will be the Rev. Ar- 
ctic Matson, a Methodist min- 
ister from California, who will 
talk on "Powers of the Age to 
Come," 



All diese progmns are open 
to the public. Further informa- 
tion about them may be obtained 
by telephosii^ dw Anodation. 



TOP SAILOR 




Who tm^m Ac dftd fl dbi f ji the family? That'a a subject of 
mmA fascination for S«atf scientirta as wdl as for husbwrfs 
ttid Wf^- 

Iph y^i- there's a n«# c^ of ^tv^» and rcs«rch reports 
on NJiwehold ded8lbn-maki% Many bf these studies, however, 
focus on the question of pimrer distribution within the family. 

A recent study aui^ ^ measurii^ Iww well husbands and 

wiwa undefs^ each o^fi f^nandal plans and goals, and to 

#hat emenl Aose ^s ai^ «^ed out 

ft aM«ars difficult m riMlte lw«»d j^newdi. 
stioBs afeut Ae way fa«|W« arrive iM ownomie 
decisions. It's even mort dif ^ult to correlate the 
decisions titol arc actiiaUy vMe to each spmise's 
kno*k^ of die othw's m^kMe and plans. 

On At whole, "husb^N and wives app«ur 
more accuPtte in thefr pen^jtfon of each other's 
pei^nidlties than in Mat knowledge Of «ch 
other's specific plans and dWres." 

For exam]^, in t^riy Half of the couples 
interviewed, Ae husband and wife agreed on who 
was more sociable, and about the same percent. Metfy Deal 
^e on who \^a» niwe economied and thrifty. But in only about one 
family in five coUfd bodi hUl^d and wife agn« on the family's 
specific jwirchasing plans. 

In some specific areas, however, there was much less differ- 
ence of opinion between spouses, .^mong seven out of ten couples, 
tl^; husband »and wife gave similar answers r^^arding the use of a 
bttdg^ (about half said they (te have wiet- The sanK proporfton 
agreed on which spouse takes care of records and pays the bills (it's 
usually the wife) and on whether or not they receive allowance for 
personal expenses (in four out of five families, nekber spoUK 
does). 

'Who has the final say in sp«:ific types of economic deWBons? 
Among the couples interviewed, husbands and wives gave sihiilar 
answers to that question in one half to two thirds of the cases, de- 
pending oB-what the specific decisbn is about. Spouses tend^ to 
agree most often on who deddes foo<> eKpiaiditures (usually the 
wife, car purchases (usually the husband), and life insurance iwo- 
tection (usually the husband). The most fnequent areas for joim 
decisionsy ttKOrdir^ to the Morgan study, are housing and vaca- 
tions. 

As to whose plans — the husbwd's or the wife's — are most 
likely to be fulfilled, thjs study*"found no definite pattern. How- 
ever, "even from this limited study thke is the impression that 
wives have a somewhat better sense of priorities and Are better 
predictors than their husbands of what the family will Imy next." 

;;,; ^ ^^^^^^^ jvggf) sharpening r-'^^^'^^^'''^_ 

Electric knife sharpeners are among the newest labor-saving 
devices now ayadfehle^^ housewives. ^Iany modds are available, 
rangihg in size fr6^ die sn«ill pnes attached to, electric food 
mixers to the large fi-ee-standing units. Some models can be hung 
on walls and others can be mounted on table toi» and they come in 
variety of cokws 



SBA SERVICE HERE 

VmomiA BEACH — The 
Small Business Administratton, 
in ^)opef»^n widi dM \'irginia 
!B^ch C%«nber el GMtmerce. 
ti Ittk^^; field service activities 
Ift «mP naff buMnHKs in the 
Vii^^ 9omh busings dm' 
avlitjes. 

Oartn^ P. Moore Ris^hmdnd 
A^^a&l DMctor;of S^, Jias 
«ttKMn^ diat pepre^ittatM^^ 
fl»m the Rfchmond Regional Of- 
f^ will be in Vir^nia B^eh 
esch montfi to discuas SBA pro- 
p»ms. These field activities will 
cwttinue as ft^ng «s die srhall 
business communlti^, in the Vir- 

Siia Beach "area have need for 
A Krvkcs. 

The infttal vkit is scheduled 
for April 13th. Bus^nsmen 
wishing to make appointments 
for diis «iate may call the Vir- 
ginia Beach Chamber of Com- 
n»ice in advance or th^ may 
visit the SBA representatives at 
the Chamber of Commerce be-i 
tween die hours of 10:30 a.m. 
and 5 p.m. 

Th«se Virj^ia Beach field of- 
fice acdvidbs ave in addition to 
those now in, ppCii^tion in Ports- 
moudt, Norfolk aini Newport 
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sharpen scissors with a separate set of wheels or a cone-sha|)ed 
wheel designed for this purpcwe. Select the one that will nieet.all 



Yeoman 3rd c&ss Joseph D. 
Phillippi ha£ been mined Sailor 
of the Men* for April at die 
Oceana Naval Ait totion, wher« 
he handles much of the great 
volume of paper work and re- 
ports in the Operations Depart- 
ment. Operations Officer Cmdr. 
C. W. Adams nominated Phillippi 
and called him a "motfel petty 
of^cer." (Navy Photd) 

Mere Memmg 
Matiitees Set 

LYNNHAVEN — Something 
for the Ladies is in the making at 
the Princess Theatre on Virginia 
Beach Blvd. — ^the coffee-time 
mornidg matinee. 

Two "trial runs" of the special 
event have indicated an increas- 
ing interest on the part of the 
\«^men who find it difficult to 
attend the theatre at the usual 
afiernoon or evening shows. Of- 
ferings of "Goldfinger" early in 
tha month, and "Strange Bed- 
fellows" last week, along with 
free coffee, is proving to the la- 
dies that morning mbvies when 
the children are at school and 
husbands are at work are an 
ideal iway to relax. 

James tR. Wannall, Jr., man- 
ager of the Princess, is happy 
witb the response shown thus far, 
and plans to make the Mom'mg 
Matinee a regular feature to co- 
incide with the other schedule 
special events which have pro- 
ven popular. 



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Man'sharpeaers also come equipped with such safety devices 
that automatically stop the grinding wheals, or have a switch that 
must l« held down to keep the wheel running. 

T^hf knife slarpener reqtdTes little maintenance Ihd tw lubri- 
cation. Wipe away abrasive and metal dust after each use and keep 
the sharpener free from moisture. Read the manufacturer's instruc- 
tion book. 

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Virginia will hold a convention 
and seminar at the Cavalier Ho- 
tel July 9-10. 

Virginia Beach B<M'0Ugjh Fire 
Chief E. B. Bayne, state presi- 
dent^ sakl that early reservattons 
indicatMhis will be "one of the 
largest regtstrations we've ever 
had." 



PIER UNDERWAY 

BACK BAY — aty Treas- 
urer V. A. Etherid^ said Tues- 
day that the piling& are down 
and constnu:tion is well under- 
way on the pier that will Irold a 
salt water jnimp at Little Island 
Coast Guiird Station. 



C&P Expanding 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
board of directors of the Chesa- 
peake and Potomac Telephone 
Company of Virginia has appro- 
priated $341,000 for additions 
and improvements to three Vir- 
ginia Beach facilities, according 
to L. F. I^trick, manager of the 
Virgkia Be^teh area. 

Much of the appropriation 
will be used for the addition of 
1,160 lines and 3,000 terminals 
of dial equipment to the 32nd 
Street office, Patrick said. 

"This expenditure will take 
care of future telephone growth 
and also provide for the installa- 
tion of special equipment for ad- 
ditional ccntrex facilitid tor the 
U.S.- Navy installations at Cke- 
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Shoi^llfe C<»poratioo f O 
George H. Hw et ux, Ipf 14, 
block T, ilat of Lake to»^ Terf- 
nc«! sec. 9*, tax $8.25. 

MelvilW CorpoiiiioB td Cl«r- 
ence L. Rjews et w. tot 13, 
block E, pMcX pouil O'WoodS 
•cc. 1; t4 |23,25. 

Erma Vera ttllAjich to^lbr- 
man C. CWk ct ut, 1 18 aci^ - 
near DavifCom^r; tak JI67,50 

The Seay Cdrtj^ahy, frtc. to 
Emory E. Jarvis et ux, lot 70, 
plat of Wolfsnare Plantation sec. 
3; tox $47.40. 

Rolxrt K. Bueclt et ux to 
John O. hiclntire, lot S, btock 
A, plat of Lake %ores sm. 4-, 
tax $36.75. 

Richard Niles Norton et ik 
to Chester M. Wall, Jr. ct m, lot 
7, block K). pl«t of Peibbtoke 
Manor sec. 1; tax $26,25. 

Spyrgeon L. Ward et ux Oa 
William Hibms McFarland ct 
uxy lot 74Ul4j>itft Qi lot 8, bUtck 
7, plat of AiyUce Pine's; tatt $42. 

Jeremiah /ones et ux to Rufus 
Mosley et iix, tot 2, {riat ci 
Newsome Farm; tax $22.50. 

Carson iR. Hester ef ux to 
Lyttleton W. Ballard ct ux, lot 
70, plat of Cape Story By-The- 
Sca; tax $23.25. 

Avalon Hills, Inc. to Vernon 
W^ King, Sr. et ux, lot 7, plat oi 
Homestead sec. 1; tax $36 



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ACKELS REAL ESTATE 
1033 Laskih Road 
Phone 420-5525 

JIM ADAMS REALTY 
T764 Loskin Road 
Phone-428-3610 

ANCHOR RCAtTY 
3Dth'& Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-7421 

COAAMONWEALTH. R^LTY 
2242 Great Neck Road 
Phone 464-3534 

COOPER REALTY 
504 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-1330 

COURAfN REALTY 
228 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
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DICKSON REALTY 

2605 Pacific AVe. 
Phone 428-6501 

DUCK'S REAL ISTATi 
323 Laskin i^ad 
Phone 42^-4882 

GOLDTHWAiTE REALTY CO. ^ ' 

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242 HRSrr COLONIAL ROAD 

PHONt 428- 6868 

JARD REALTY CO. 
200 25th Street 
Phone 42d-^S66 

KELSEY REAL ESTATE 
2706 Pacific Ave. ^ 
Phone 428-7041 

KNIGHT REALTY 

3320 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

Phone 3^)-6892 

U^IOHCX^E INS^JRANCE AOINCY . 

2606 f^fic Av». 
Pht^ie 428-6461 



QAVE MILLER REALTY 
1825 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Mone 428^^2 

SEAY REAL ESTAti 
122 6re^ Neck Road 
Phone 34C^444 

AAA^ARTT P. TOMPKINS 
Mayftower Apartments 
»^dn« 428-7721 

WAINV\^IGHT REALTY 
^09 Allahnc Ave. 
l%one 428^2515 . 

WHitEHURST REALTY 
Laskin i HiNtop Roads 
Phone 428-6836 

J. B, WITHERS i CO; 
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Phwie 428-1641 



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Jil^lin t>. DicHcrson ct ux ta 
#Ullirn T. Linde^ir at ux. Q 
64, ilat of Ma&u sec. h. tai 

Ja^k J. Osttdnd et \it ^ m- 
ver IP. McRa* tt ux. lofe 2^, 2S» 
blocli 59, Blat of SMi<^# La*i| 
^g|ts; taV $S^5. • ' 

W$lter E. *Ml2 et ux* td 
Sm^ R. ^n^ (T ux, lot 14, 
^^ D. plat of Bay CokiftO^ 
^i«#ne4 ifi- 2; «Hr $^<k 

Oirl ami ttutkr It ific Ii 
William Mercer et ux, lot C, 
block 4, plat of Pineacres; tax 
$15. 

. J. Jerome RinalcH et ux to 
^yal W. Cli^Mi •» M lee ^t 
block r, plal af t^rdlsi^b^ Pm 
sec. 1; tax $2».55. ^ 

Qmftgt iR«0y Coc{»f*itofrto 
Billy Qmn i-yam iC ux, le| S, 
bl#c|i 34, pH^ of Pembroto; 
M&U^ wed T;pif. $29.40. 

Na{|olJ^ttpS Reahy Corpora- 
tloft to' Nlarcus .tt Jtoonoff ct 
«(, |0U, btock 4\, plat of Fe^ 
brok^ Manor ste. 4; tax $22.56. 

Ertil Realty CorpocAion to 
iRidiard Louis Atlard et uX, M 
13, block 44, plal of Pembl«k(e 
Manor sec. 4 tax $24.75. 

Armon Realty Corporation to 
Clark Thomas Dunnington et ux, 
lot 34, block 42, plat of Pem- 
broke ^^nor sec. 4; tex $2^80. 

Mill Russ Construction Com- 
pany, IiK. to Alfred L. Montv 
et ux, lot 39, block C, pUt of 
Princess iMne Pl»a tec. 13; tax 
$22,i0. 

Mill Russ Construction Com- 
pany, Inc. to Panayotis Koko- 
tinis et ux, lot 26, block C, plat 
of ]Moe»s Anne l^^aa mc. 13 
tax $20.95. 

Bisliop Riisselt 
koynote Speaker 

NORFOLK — The Rich- 
mond Diocesan Cou^il of Cath- 
olic Women will hold its' ISth 
Bi-entuel Convention, April 23- 
25 at the Golden Triangle in 
Norfolk, witJi approxim^e^ 500 
women representing their or- 
ganizations. 

All of the parishes in the Tide- 
water Deanery, under tl« direc 
tion of Mrs. Philip Russo of 
Virginia Beach, general chair- 
man of the convention, ^d Mrs 
G. V. Bradshaw. Jryj^lchair- 
man, are making pliflwlor those 
who will attsnd the convertion. 

iHis Exuelleocy, Most Rever- 
end John J. Russell, Bishop ol 
Richmond, will be the keynote 
speaker and will be the Cele- 
brant of the convention Mass or 
Saturday morning. There will be 
speakers at both Saturday and 
Sunday luncheons. 

The highligj^ of the Conwn- 
tion will }^ the banquet on Sat- 
urday eveninf. 

The th«ne of the Convention 
is: Faith — A Beacon to Give 
Light; Charity— A Force to Give 
Life. 



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p. IwcHmious ct ix, lot K 
bto«l 37, pill of PfsilbrWte 
mmtit te*. 4; |ax $2XgD. v. 

«[«*y w, nim» «# ix a? 

iflm^ A. BTobttisoh. Jt i\ a1, 
tt: 29, Wock 81, plal of PriA- 
c^ Anne fUm tte. >, tax 
$r}60. 

^ Earl M. ^|| er «rto Hieh- 
ard L. Km* & ux, lot ^, bloek 
C-C, plac of Arafoia Village 
sec 4;ti* $18.da 

Delbcrt D. Reber ct ux to 
Geoife M. Whitfield et ux, lot 
65, plat of Malibu sec. 1; tax 
$16.80. 

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tlcrt 0, JVjbit I Baiky,, Ti. el dx*. 
Iftt^ m, blcK* €, plat of \lte»t 
Alli9tort sec. f, tax. $45.75. 

Hdt^n Eftiest EhAif tk d^ 
* Bmd C, Crosf ct ux, lot t6, 
Week 32, plat of PtincKS /^ni 
flaza sec. 7; mx $'rt.65. 

Armdn ^eihy Corporation t6 
Roy G, Farless et ux, li)t JO., 



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Pi^^(^ &Mk} littson et 
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lot 3, block 48, plat of Aragona 
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Hamf Aeate«G»neratJon to 
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ther^ die a ito^fc ^f #^ » iiMAjilan 

finance his w^y through college. Three of the 

J. . mam. ftairtter a|c by swmm iSeuw 

high atdtoot by s eft 6Ht%h i p I, iO^ by ^iMc eh 

:an Be a college iob or Worj to scane establ»i«»alt mai ^ 

pus during tWe school year flt suhidner emplc 

ing dne's way mrourii eolk^ U ^coi 

Jo, ^ fourth, iftjypr pioney s6urc«ihis er 

popularity ^oMmt aec#sary d)lfege __ 

Jolle|e bo^ #u*ajfc ^d avtej froifi 

and lanker^' Were ate Aeptical df tl^is^< 

ion. How<fver, att^4|if ^ave 

tinanle acoSA «^iiftft,just 

autoiiolftle. mm^ Mi^ have ml 

n 1^5 to aayi $723 «Ilion in, 1« 

ons-m4 ^mk ^ iW 3 mfflidif 

attendftit doffi|l dit ^!»rowed m^„_^. 

How will borrowing your way through college affect ymr Hfc- 
ims earnings? If it costs vou $10,000 for 4 years of cdl^e^ t^ 
chances are excellent the nat result will be an incme incr^ ^ . 
nore than $l«),0a) ova what you could earn wtihout the edhum- 
ion. 

College costs are iiKreasing, and (^ 1970 &»u shooftt awiMMe 
about $1^00 a year for stole supported colleges and univasi^^ 
and $2,80 a year for private institutions. Smce ^ q^ts a»ni^. 
creasing, after careful study and invcstigria^ loctt moi^ uS^ 
you migjjt well decide that by financing ydor college educatibh witi 
a loan you will not have to worry about money or rising colk^ 
costs. , — «» -^ 




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The planets, the mystery of ttie stars, perhaps the main in the 
moon, have intrigued astronomets at the University of Vu^nia 
ever sjnee Thonias Jefferson, hiniselLan amateur ster-ga^er, in 
1823 planned the first of six obscrvaitories to be u»ed by Univertity 
astronomers. 

Today; with a recently installed 32-t!Kh reflector tde«»^ gf 

the University's Fan Mountain Observatory just east afX«>v^vi^ 

of U.S. Ki. 29, aijtf a $^0,000 center for the Natkmri HjM 

AstroniBOiy^ Oheiirv^ory |NRAO) under construction on t^ 

^TOFsin^^ofis*^, juniquii commutftly of topsdent&ts in a 

Hml vital to .America's s|^e effort is g^hering in Clterlottwvfflte^ 

The Fan Mountain teflscope and its aojessories have giv«n the 

UniversiTy tht niost advanced and diversified equipment in ite 

leas^, according to Dr. l^aureuce Frederick, chairman of the wtnKW 

omy dcj^tnaeni and director of the Universi^'s L<^id« 

McCoriniA Ol^servator^ ., 

The McCorniiclc Observatory, the Univ«tfsity's fowth, was 
l^tr in 188^ hs" 36-inch rifractor telescopie conliiiafb to provh^ 
scientists- A^ith significaint astronomital da^ 

FacHities afi*e expected to be |reatly mh^icei thh m wlrt ^ 
completion of the NRAt> center on the grounds, where aboBft''^ 
astrouoiuers aijd, other spaiaKsts Will interprt* mformaffon i%- 
ceived by NRAO's giant radio telescope at Gre^ Bartll, W. Va. 

The group, coupled with the Clniversi^'s owrt mtAmdUy 
faculty , will be one of the lar]^st groups of astrwomers in the 
world, according to Dr. Frederick and Dr. Da.fid Heeschen, i|r«^ 
tor of the radio observatory. 

NRAO is operated by Assoclat^ CJnivej»Ries, Inc., Md is 
supported by National Sciepce FoundatKm funds. 

Between 1823, when Jefferson converted a procfors Ikjusc into 
the first University observatory, ^d the constnrt^tion of M 
MbCbnnlcfc CM^ervatofy S8 years ^0t, t^o <n 
were baik by University astrononiers. Both of mese were a&,L 
doned a»d.tom #own when their facilities becani; Inadeauat- 

A fifth observatory wa# ertatiishtei in 19^^ a 
t^e^^ were disojve^ed tWe ttfcub*, gtHsamfer clouu loruaiii 
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/iRAGCWA — Teenagers 
and pre-teetis of Aragona Vil- 
lage and Pemtnoke Manor are 
enjoying the dances provided at 
the Aragona Recreation Center. 



Last Friday, more than 150 
teens attended the dance, hfle 
Jackpot door prize was won by 
Wally Coaart and^,the record al- 
bum was awarded to Jim Jarrel. 
All teen members will be ad- 
mitted free at the next dance to 
be held Friday evening from 
8 p.m: to 1 1 p.m. Guests will be 
charged one dollar. Music will 
be provided by the Beachcomb- 
ers who will Shortly be cutting a 
record in Washington. 

At the Pre-teen's (aees 9 to 
^12) dance. held Mareh 26, more 
tiian 350 children attended and 
danced ^o Ijie music of the 
Earthquakes. Prize winners were 
William Farmer, Marjoric Keith, 

_ ._ ^._ and Tommy McKinstry. A spe- 

mote commerce development for cial prize of drumsticks from 
Ae Ti<bwater area and the Statfc .prarlie .Martek, the popular 



EXCHANGE SPEAKER 

VIRCHWA MSOfI --WS- 
liara J. Murray, Jr., Director, 
Division of Commerce Develop- 
ment, Virginia ^ate Ports Au- 
thority, wm guest speaker at a 
meeting of the Exchlmge Club 
of Virgmia Beadi. 

The meeting was heW Tues- 
day at the Isle erf Capri. 

Murray spoke on what the 
Ports Authority does to pro- 



ol Virginia. 



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JORGWIA l^ACH— Travel 
oa^9 wtfth-iduth Ocean Hiway 
ia^^ ^rM a rofc , t96S showed 
ft pnilllttd increase over the 
fi^ quarter of 1964, according 
to JR^ A. ^evras of Bruns^mk 
C^iy, H.C, J»rcsident of the 
Od^ Himy As»ociaton. 

i^^orts front l»isines«es, avail- 
•^ traMc counts, and increased 
«^(M(^ fxom «NKti«ag all 
pern toward a "big year" of 
O^ma Hiway ttavel in 1965, 
S^Kens said. 

Ih January, the total vlhicle 
&mm lot the CSiesaiwakc Bay 
Mdge-Tmnei wm 63.507 cem- 
pared to 41,945 on flie Chesa- 
pe»ke Bay Ferrira in January, 
1964; a 51.4% increase. The 
January automobile counts. 
Include tourist travel, re- 
iji«crcd 27.560 for the Ferries 
and 4H.794 for the Bridge-Tun- 
77% gain. 

he February traffic fi<nire8 
WT automobiles w<ve 27.829 for 
the Ferrie? and 51.189 for the 
Brid«e-Tunnel. m increase <rf 
83.9%. OveraH Fefsrtary whi- 
ck traffic totated 41,630 on tfie 

ies and 65 224 on tte Bridge- 

- ■' - *6.7% gain. 

mhcs froni recent Ocean 
Ajuociatjon adi^rtisim; 
have beai IWKr 
fore. Throuofi March 
A^wriation had nro- 
' annii«l t<«al of 
I'tial "^ai! inau'Hf^s 
''five travelers. This 
silv ex!'e*rf 
rf tlie 1964. 
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MARINER ART SHOWING 

WILLIAMSBURG — The 
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Fold 
Art Collection will show more 
than 150 carved items ofl the 
early whaling industry on loan 
from the Mariner Museum 
throughout. April and May. 

Th^, may be seen daily, Tues- 
day through Saturday,, from 10 
t.ni. to 9 p.m. and on Sunday 
from noon to 9 p.m. The muse- 
um is open to the public free of 
cha^e. 



ON DEAN'S LIST 

VmOINIA BEACH — An- 
thony LaGiglia, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. J<Keph L. LaGiglia. 1316 
East Bay Shore drive, has been 
nanttd to the Dean's Lht for the 
second semester at the Wash- 
ii^n Sqmo-e College of Arts 
and Science of New York Uni- 
versity. 

he also attends the Martha 
Graham School of Dance in New 
York on a scholarship. 

EASTER PLAY AT ODC 

NOROLK — The Old Do- 
minion College Speech Depart- 
ment will present Stromberg's 
"Easter" tonight throu^ Satur- 
day in the Little Theatre of th^ 
Old Academic Building. 

Curtaintime will be 8:30 p.m. 
and admission will be $1 for 
adults and 50 cents for students. 



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nUJSTHES SALE OF 707-. 

12tfi STREET 

VraCINIA BEACH« VA. 

In cx«:ueten of a deed of trust 
between iRoyce G. Tarkington 
and Alice B. Tarkington and M. 
Eari Woodhonse, Trustee, dated 
April 5, 1957, and recorded 
in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Vlaginia Beach in l>wd Book 
493 at page 396, the undersipied 
substituted trustee, who was ap- 
pointed by order of the aforesaid 
Court on March 26, 1965, wUl 
offer for sale at public auction 
Lots 16 and 17, Block 112. as 
shown on the plat of Lakewood. 
which plat is duly of record in, 
the aforesaid Clerk's Office, al«) 
known as 707 12th Street, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, with build- 
ings and improvements thereon, 
on tfie 2 1 St day of April, 1965, 
at 12:00 Noon at City Hall An- 
nex, Artie Avenue at 19th 
Street, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
Terms: $l{Xt.00 deposit, cash 
settlement within 10 days. 

Edward T. Caton. Ill, 

Substitute Trustee 

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By: Mi^ M. Whhe, D,C 
DRBWRY & EVANS p.q. 

AhamEBVANs 

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Virginia Beach, Virpnia 

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drummer of th^ Earthquakes, 
was won by David Arloud and 
Stephen Short. 

Tlie next pre-teen dance is 
scheduled for Saturday from 
7:30 to 10:30 p.m. which will be 
a record hop. Birthdavs of 
members will be celebrated. 




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COMMONWEALTH 
OF VIRGINIAt 
b die Oerk's Offke of tlw 
Cfareuit Court of tfic City of Vir- 
gbih Beach. Vs., on the 30tii 
My of March, 1965. 
ORDER' OF PUBLICATION 
DIANE MOORfi WHIWEY, 
Plaintiff, _.._^j^.^^ _ 
against lrJl_ 

ROBERT S. WHrmEY, Sr., 

Defendant." 

ITie object of this suit is to 
obtfln a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of Adultery. 

And an affidavit having been 
jnade and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: c/o Mrs. H, 
Therkildfen, 508 St. Jphri Street,. 
Portland, Me., it is ordered that 
he do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. * 

A copy — ^Teste: i 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Kellam & Ke^iiim, Attys. p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Va. 

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On April 8, 1965 at 10 a.ni.. 
hearing will be held brfore the 
F^kral CommunicatioM Cora- 
miisiwi, Benjamin Franklin Po« 
Office BuMing, WaihinAon, 
D.C. on the af^lkatioM of Prin- 
c«i Anne Broadcasting Ctereora- 
tion and Harold H. Hersdi. 
Samuel J. Cole. t. W. Gregory, 
and William L. Forbei, d/b as 
South Norfolk Broadcasting Co., 
^ch of which requests a cwi- 
sfruction permit lor a new Class 
^^"^ bKMwIcart statitp to 
be operated daytinw only, with 
power of 1 kw on 1600 kc, Ae 
fomver at Virginia Beach and the 
latter at Ctettpeake, Virginia, 
Vpon the folkwttg i»u^: 
1. To determine ti« aieaa and 
populatioM whi<* would re- 
ceive prhnary service from 
eteh of the pix^wsals and the 
availabUity of other primary 
s^^ioe to such areas ani 
populations. 
2i To determine whether the 
transmits site |»oposed by 
South Norfolk is satisfactory 
with i»fticular regard to' any 
conditions that may exbt in 
the vicinity erf the antenna 
system which would dktort 
the prdposed antenna radia- 
tioa ]^Uem. 

3. To determim whether Prin- 
ts Anne a financially quali- 
fied to ccmstruct and operate 
its ^q)6sed station. 

4. To determine, in the li^t of 
Section 307(b) of the Cbm- 
municatk>ns Act <rf 1934, as 
amended, which of the pro- 
posals would better provide 
a fair, efficient and equit- 
able' distribution of radio 
service. 

5.To determme, in fte Mg^ erf 
the evidence adduced pursu- 
ant to tlte fwegoing issues 
which, if *tiier, if the applica- 
tions should be granted. 

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fcelrs, dcymm or pe^mal rewe- 
lentatives are unknown and M»eir 
tost post <Mm addrases are 
Mknown. That there are <w 
might be persons other than tih^ 
M8i»J in the Bill of Con^int 
iftter^t^ m the real estate to fft 
tfspOMd, <rf in this suit whose 
aam^ ami last post office ad- 
4tGmt are unknown. 
. rr IS THEREFORE OR- 
Vmm «M the above named 
persons, if living, and if dead, 
dicir heirs, 6^'mm and personal 
lei^esentativM, mi if murkd, 
their respective ronsorts and all 
persons other than those herein 
aan^, who are or m^t be in- 
t^ested in the real estate to be 
disp(»ed of in this suit, \jirhose 
Mmes are unknown, do M»ear 
Within Tea (10) days aftfr due 
publication of this notice and do 
what is necessary to{»otect their 
interest. 



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COM!VlOIVWEAt.TH 
OF VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Oty of Yk- 
ginia Beach, VirgiBia, on the 22 
day of March, 1965. 
BARBARA FRANCESB BIS- 
CIEGLIA, Plaintiff against 
.ROCCA HARjRY BISCIECa-IA, 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
minii" from the said defendent, 
upon the grounds that the parties 
have lived separate and apart 
without any cohabitation and 
widiout any interruption for a 
period in excess of two years. 

Arid an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office being 29 South Nashville 
St., Ventnor, New Jersey, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within' ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
'" Mtiathis suit, 
copy— teste: 

«N V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Bernard Levin p.q. 




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COMMOrVWEALTH 
OF VIRGINIA 

In the Cferfc's Offlce of the 
Circuit Court of die City irf Vir- 
ginia Be»rh, on die 15tfi day of 
March, 1965. / 

JOHN D. BANKS^ Plaintiff 

asainst 
HARIET LEIGH ULRICH 
BANKS. Defendant 
ORDEk OF PUBLICATION 

The obiect of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii, from the said defendant, 
upon, the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Vliginia, the last known post 
office' address being: c/o Wil- 
liam E. Ulrich, Navy N6. 220, 
U.S. Navy Communications "Sta- 
tion, Washington. D.C.,- k is 
ordered that she do a|^pear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be n«;essary to protect her 



In the Cleri*s Office of the 
CSiariiiCowt of Ae CMy of Yir- 
iNa BcMh oa the llday of 
March, 1965. 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a municipal corporatioo. 
Complainant vs. 
LAiLLA R. JONES, also known 
as LALLA ROORH 
JONES and' MRS. 
GEORGE R. JONES, de- 
ceased et als. Defendants. 
IN CHANCERY DOCKET 
NO. 9082-A 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION" 
The object of this suit is for 
Ae compkinaM to enforce its 
lien for taxes and to wU free 
arid clear of all Ikns and encum- 
brances, for the satisfMtion of 
the liens thereon, the following 
tract or parcel of land situated in 
the Boroug^ of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and described as fol- 
lows: 
All that certain lot, piece or 
parcel of land lying, situate 
and being in the City of Vir- 
Ginia Beach (formerly in 
the^.Town of Virginia 
Beach) and SUte of Vir- 
ginia, known, numbered and 
desipated as iLot Number 21 
in Block Number 51 on the 
plat entitled "Map of Shadow 
Lawn Heights", made by 
John M. Baldwin, C. E., and 
duly recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
said city on the 29th day of 
May, 1924; reference to said 
map being hereby made for 
a more particular description 
of said land. 

It being a part of the same 
property conveyed to Lalla R. 
Jones by deed dated January 
^ 4, 1928, ind recorded in the 
aforementionad Clerk's Office 
in Deed Book 149 at Page 37. 
And it appearing from the 
overmentS of the Bill of Com- 
plaint filed herein and by affi- 
davit duly filed, that due dili- 
gen<» has been used by and on 
behelf of the complainant to 
ascertain in what city* county or 
corporation the following defend- 
ants are without effect, and their 
last p(Mt office address are un- 
known: Georiie Robert Singleton; 
James Edwin Chinnis, also 
known as James E. Chinnis: Wil- 
liam Brififhtman Singleton; Free- 
man Sineleton; Qaire Chinnis; 
Mrs. D. E. Scott; also nkown as 
Mabel Claire Chinnis; Augusrta 
P. Jones, also known as Mrs. 
Harold M, Jones, widow. . 
^That certain erf the defendants 
in this suit may have been mar- 
ried and if so the names of their 
respective consorts aie unknown 
aiKl their last pott offi« ad- 
dress are utdmovm. IVat wrim 
at Aem may haw died teavii^ 



rr IS FURTHER CMt'DERED 
Aat the forgoing porticHi of this 
tttd&[ be published once a week 
tor four (4) successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beacfi Sun, a news- 
paper published in the City of 
Virginia Beach. 

A copy — Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
STANLEY A. PHILLIPS, p.a. 
Assistant Qty Attorney"^ 1 
Courthouse Drive ^^ 

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Wnwss'Anne Statim 
Virginia &ach, Virginia 

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COMMONWEALTH 

OFVIRGiNU 

^In the Cleft's Office of the 

Ciiadt Court of the City of Vfc- 

FRA^TCES MARY RENFREE, 

Haintiff against 
FREDERICK J. RENFREB, Jr.. 

Defendant. -^'*^— -— ^^ 
The object, of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
naortii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of tilie 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 1964th 
Comm. Sq. AFCS, APO l43, 
San Franckco, California, it is 
order^l that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
pay be necessary to protect his 
mter^t in this suit. ' 

A copy — Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES p.q 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Vi^inia Beach, Virginia 

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she do appew h«^ wMin tea 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
neo^sary to pnA^ her itrterest 
in this suit. ', 
A copy — ^Teste; 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. ," 
Smith & Power p.q. 
Kfesgc Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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NOnCE 

Virginia 

The regular meeting of Coun- 
cil of the Cit^ of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Circuit Court 
on Monday, April 12, 1965 at 
2 o'clock P.M. at which time 
persons will be he^d* for and 
i^ainst the following proposed 
changes of zoning, use permits, 
etc.: 



COMMONWEALTH 
OF VIRGINIA 

b &e Oat's Office of the 
dtcidt Coint of the City of Vfa^- 
giiiia BeM:h on the 16th day of 
Manft, 1965, v 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
SAMUEL G. ANDERSON, 

Plaintiff against 
EMMA ANDERSON, 
Defendant. 

The ol^ect of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of accordant 
with Section 20-91 (9) of the 
Code of Virginia. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a nonrresid^nt of the State 
of. Virginia, the last known post 
Office address being: 1225 Bur- 
gen Street, Brooklyn, New York, 
not resident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered tiiat she do 
Appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
ptcrtect her interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: ^ 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
KELLAM and KELLAM p.q. 
Board of Jradc Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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COMMONWEALTH 
OF VIRGINIA 
In the Cicft*8 Office of the 
Circutt Coiirt of flie City of Vir- 
ginifl Beach, <m the 26th day of 
March, 1965. 
WALTER JEAN GILLAM, 

Plaintiff, against 
RUBY EDITH DUNCAN OIL- 
LAM, Dedendant. 
ORDER (ff PUBLICATION 
The objec^ of this suit is to 
obtain a divoroe a mensa et 
tiioro to be later merged into a 
decree of divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of constructive 
as well as actual desertion. 

And an affidavit havin? been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
oHke addr^s being: 904 Par- 
sons^ RoM, Elizabeili City, 
North Carolina, k is onfered Aat 



T. Application of Pure Ofl 
Company by D. W. Manning for 
a change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
and Residence Suburban District, 
3 (R-S 3) to General Commer- 
cial Distriot 3 (C-O 3) and Limit- 
ed Commercial District 3 (C-L 3) 
and a Use Permit for an auto- 
mobile service station on cer- 
tain property located "at the 
Southwest intersection of North- 
ampton Boulevard and Hodgman 
Road. To be C-G 3: Said pro- 
perty fronting 711,32 feet on 
Northampton Boulevard, having 
a depth of 684.48 feet on Hodg- 
man Road, a combined depth of 
377.66 feet along thSP Western, 
property line and a ^idih of 
566.63 feet along the Southern, 
b o u n d a ry line. To be' 
C-L 3: Said property beginning 
at the Southern property line of 
the above described C-G pro- 
perty. Having a width of 566.60^ 
feet along said line, a depth of 
300 feet along the West side of 
Hodgman Road, a width of 
566.63 fe^ along the Southern 
property line ami a depth of 
300 feet along the Western pro- 
perty line. Both par<»ls contain- 
ing 10.0 acres. Bayside Boroughs 

II. Apj^lication of Arthur 
Whitfield by J. Frank Gallagher, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban Dis- 
trict 4 (iR-S 4) to eGneral Indus- 
trial District 3 (M^ 3) of certain 
property fronting 45.24 feet on 
the North side of Greenwich 
Road (formerly Bryant Road), 
beginning at a point 817.90 feet 
East of Newtown Road. Having 
a depth of 353.33 feet along the 
^Western property line, a width 
of 306.39 feet along the Nor- 
thern property line and a depth 
of 388 feet. along part of the 
Eastern property line; turning 
and running around property of 
oither$ a dktance of 409.61 feet 
to Greenwich Road.' Bayside 
Borough. 

III. Application of W. Scott 
Davis for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban Dis- 
trict 4 (R-S 4) to General Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-G 1) of 
certain property fronting 100 feet 
on the North side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, beginning at a 
point 515 feet more or less East 
of Davis Street. Having a depth 
of 4l0 feet along the Eastern and 
Western propeHy lines and a 
width of iqo Ke* along the 
Northern property line. Bayside 
Borough. 

IV. Application of Lacy L. 
Redd by Kellam and Kellam, ' 
Attorneys, for a Use Permit to 
construct and operate a trailer- 
court on certain property located 
on the East side of 30th Bay 
Street (City of Norfolk and City 
of Virginia Beach dividing line); 
extending from the North side 
of Little Creek a distance of 
31^feetmore or less along the 
shoreline of Chesape^e Bay. 
Having a width of 495 reet more ^ 

L^ris cont on page 7-B 
or less along tne Northern pro- 
perty line' (shoreline of Chesa- 
peake Bay), and a depth of'864 
feet more or less along part of the 
Eastern property line; turning 
and running 500 feet along pro- 
perty of Sadler Materials to the 
shoreline of the Little C,"\3ek 
C!hannel. Having a depth of 2690 
feet along the remainder of the 
Eastern property line (Little 
Creek Channel) and a width of 
1380 feet along the Southern ' 
property line (shoreline of Little 
Creek). Containing 83 acres, 
more or less. Bayside Borough. 

V. Application of Emmanuel 
Lutheran Church by Rev. Ken- 1 
neth A. Price for a Uss Permit 
to operate a kinderprten in 
Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 
located at the Northwest corner 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard and 
Lynn Shores Drive. Keni^^sville 
Borough. 

VI. Applicatioi^ of Pamo Cor- 
poratfon by James and Consolvo, 
Attorneys, for a change of zon- 
ing from {Residence €uburbatn 
Pistrict 3 (R-S 3) to Gen«id 



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Comm^d^ Distriet 3 (C-O 3) 
Sl, 2f^ propem fcooting 
293.81 fo^ on tSc #Mt side of 
South Wit<*diick RMd, beginn- 
ix^ at ibt. South tMe of the pro- 

E«d Virginia Beart Toll Road 
vfc» « aei«h <rf 423 feet along 
the Nw^ra pr^^rty line fToH 
Itoad), a dcj5«h of 539.69 feet 
akMg the Wtelern property luw 
tod a widA <rf 300. 1 1 fm ajong 
the ScMittern pn^rty line. 
Kempsville Borougli. 

VH. Application erf Todea 
Hpldini CorporatiOT by Kellam, 
audi Kellam, Attorneys, for i 
clttoge <rf zoning from General 
Commercial District 1 (C-G 1) 
io O^ral Industrial Dfetrict 3 
(M-I 3) and a l^ Permit for 
outthxH- storage <rf industrial 
equi{»ieitt on artain property 
ffwSag 275 feet on the Wert 
«icte of Military Highway, be^n- 
nit^ at a point 839.8 feet NoiA 
of l»rovidencc Road. Having a 
depth oi 704.84 feet along the 
Southern- property line, a wkJft 
of 851.26 feet along the Western 



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property line. Kempsville Bot- 
oug^. 

VIII. Application ct Caro- 
lanne Homes Inc. by Kaufman, 
Obemdorficr, Spainhour and 
Hall, Attorneys, for xhe folfow- 
ing changes of zoning in the tub- 
divBwn of Cirolanne Faim : 
Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3), (Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R-S 4) and Limited 
C<HBm««ial Dwtrict 1 (C-L I) 
to Limited Commercial DiMrict 
1 <C-L 1), Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2), Limitsd 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 3), 

^General Commercial Dtoiitt 2 
(C-G 2), and Multipte-FamUy 

^ReHdence District (R-M). 

1. To be C-L 1: Property 
ironting 790 fert ame or lete 
on Ae South si(fc erf Princes 

^ knm Road, 660 feet more or lea 

' m the East side of South Pariki- 

ment Drive, bounded «n the East 

tad South by Kemps Landing 

Creek. - 

2. To be, C-L 2: Certain pro- 
perty fronting 174.57 feet oa the 
West side of South Parliament 
Driw, beginning at a point 220 

Jeetmore or less Nortii o< Prm- 
cess Anne Road. Having a def*li 
0( lis feet more or less along the 
Northen^ and Southern proptHy 
lines imd a widili of 165.24 feet 
alcMig the Eastern property line. 
J. To be C-L 3: ftoperty 
located at the Northeast intersec- 
tion of Rondeau Court and Prin- 
cess Anne Road. Fronting 75 
feet on Princess Anne iRoad, hav- 
ing a depth of 180 feet more or 
less on Rondeau Court, a depth 
of 80 feet more or less along the 
Northern property line ami a 
wididi of 200 feet more or less 
aldi^ the Eastern property line. 
4. To be C-G 2: 
a. Property locitfcd at the 
hk>rthwest intersection of Prin- 
cess Anne Road and South 
Parliament Drive, fronting 
220 feet more or less on South 
Parliament D|ive, having a 
depth of 185 feet more or less 
<fn Princess Anne Road, a 
witkh of 200 feet along the 
Western property' line and a 
depth of 150 feet more or less 
aloi^ the iN(»lhern property 
line. 

b.. Property located at the 
-Southwest mterswtion of Prin- 
cess Anne Road and South 
Parliament Drive, fronting 
199.97 feet on South ParHa- 
ment Drive, having a depth of 
162.13 feet on Princess Anne 
iRoad, a depth of 163.77 feet 
along the Southern pr^rty 
line (Sir Barton Drivel, and 
a width of 220 feet along the 
Western property line. 
c. Property located at the 
Southeast intersection of S<Mith 
Parliament Drive and Princess 
Anne Road, fronting 200 feet 
on South Parliament Drive, 
having a depth of 200 feet m 
'Princess Anr»e Road, a depth 
of 200 feet along the Southern 
property line and a width of 
2(X) feet along the Eastern 
I»operty line. 

5. To be R-M: Parcel A and 
Lots 11-22, Block C, Section 1, 
Carolanne Faim. Said property 
located at the Northwest ittter- 
«cctk)n of Princess Anne Road 
and Hill Prince Road and ex- 
tendit^ atong the South siife of 
Gallam Fox Road. Fronting 
^^.Id fe^ on Princess Anne 
ifcjad, havuig a <fcpth of 795.78 
teekon Hill Prince Road, a widA 
of 258f54 feet on GaUant Fox 
Road, wrning and nmning be* 
tween Lots JO and 11 a distena 
<rf 100 fwt, turning and nimiiBg 
along the rear of Lott 6-10 a dis- 
tance <rf 401.51 feet; hivi^ a 
depth of 546.80 feet along the 
W^tem property line. Plats are 
available m the office of tte Plan- 
ning C'^ffwntfi"^ 



DC. Aj^katicw Gt .MIred A. 
l^ynn by Bei^ud I^Ma, Atbw 
ney, for % t^ Nmk to ccm- 
struct and oper^ a v^rinarian 
hospital on <%rtaip property 
fwn^ 257.37 feet on the 
North si<te of Viiglaia ^ach 
Boulevard, t^^nqiiu at ttie EMt- 
era side <rf Thatta Omk, ha\w| 
a deptf! of H9.81 feet along the 
W^tera property Um (llalia 
Oeek) artd a whUk of 281.98 
feet akH^ ^ hfewthem property 
lin^ turai^ ai^ runnmg 290 
feet around the property of Cali- 
fornia Oil Co., tte fi^^n pro- 
perty line. Kemj^viUe fiorwgh. 

X. ApplicatWi of P. Wayne 
Mct^key. Jr. for a change of 
;K)ning from Residemx Subur- 
ban District 2 (R-S 2) to Multi- 
irie-Family ft^^ioe District 
(R-M) and a Use Permit to erect 
38 a|»rtment unte on ceruiia 
prt)perty b^famkc "t a point 
200 fe« Ncwth of Viiftnia Btuch 
Boulevard, 200 feet East <rf 
Crawford Place (formcriy Lake- 
view Road). HavMf a width <rf 
100 fe«t alooi part of Ac Soutij- 



_^^^ ,. r , . crnprpperty line, atfcpdiof 411 

S?^y* **"*', *^ .* ^^ ^ ^^ aJon? *e Wettera property 
9381^ feet along die Northern line, a width of 391.67 fedt atone 



atong 
the Northern property line, a 
db(^ of 401.1 le^ ak^ part of 
the Eastern propaty lloe, a 
width of 294.6 feet along die re- 
mainder of the Southern property 
line, aflKl a depdi of 189 te» 
ikmg the remainder of ^ BkVt- 
em prtjperty luie. Said fwoperty 
having a 23 foot 'm§t^ and 
egress Mri^ to Viff^ BcaA 
Boulevani Lyflj^mm Borough. 

XI. Apptocation of William A, 
Dickinson, Ir., M.'D,, for a 
change of zcming from Resident 
Suburban District 2 fll-S 2) to 
Multiple-'Family Residence IXs- 
trict (R-M) alia a Use Permit to 
cMistnKrt a pntfl^Mial MMing 
complex oa tertaia Mopcrty 
hx»tli^ 250 k^m^ East side 
of Firet Coh^ial Road, begin- 
ning 1030 feet mor« or less North 
of Greenwillow Drive; having a 
depth of 600 feet alon gtte Nor- 
thern and Southern property lines 
and a width of 250 fe^ akmg the 
Eastern property line. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

XH. Application of William 
D. Ikallir^s and Joe H.' Burt by 
George F. Darden, Jr., Attorney, 
for a dian^ of xonmg frbm 
Residence Suburban QMHct 2 
(R-S 2) to Multiple-t^'amily 
R«i(fenji^ District ^-M) and a 
Vm Benitit to eoostiu^ a ppo- 
Ifessional building on certain pro- 
perty fronting 100 feet on the 
West side of P'mi Colonial Road, 
beginning at a point 259 feet 
South of Wolfsnare Road. Hav- 
ing a depth of 200 feet along the 
Northern and Southern property 
lines and a witMi of 100 feet 
along the Western property line. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

Xin. Application of Pure Oil 
Company by Dallas W. Manning 
for a change of nming from 
Limited Commercial District 1 
iC4^ 1) and Limits Ccmimer- 
cial District 3 (C-L 3) toGeneral 
Commercial District 3 (C-<3 3) 
and a Use Permit for an 
automobile service station on 
certain property located on the 
South side of Laskin Rad; said 
property being trianguk^ in 
shape. Bounded on the West by 
Old Seatack Road and on the 
East by Birdneck Road. Front- 
ing 162.5 feet on Laskin Road, 
having a depth of 425.26 feet 
on Old Seatack -^load and a 
deiHh of 388.1 feet on Birdneck 
Road. Lynnhaven fiorou^. 

XIV. Appfication <rf Pure Oil 
Company by Ihillas W. Manhir^ 
for a Use Permit for an auto- 
ri|obite service station on hots 
15 through 23, ^tion Ore, 
Westrtior^land States, ^d {h-o- 
perty fronting 675 ftset on the 
East side of Soutfi RfMemont 
^<Md, beginnng at a poirM' 75 
fcet South of Wythe Strwt. Hav- 
ing a depth of 110 f^t alot^ the 
Northern and Southern property 
lines and * width ^f 675 feet 
along the Eastern pro^rty line. 
Lyniriiav^ Borou^. 

XV. Appiicalidh of King's 
Grant Presbyteriaif Qiurch by 
William G. Sale., Jt.,^of a Use 
Permit for a iMutch Md day 
school on certain ffrojjcrty locat- 
ed at th6 Southwest intersection 
of King's Grant Roid aild Littte 
Neck R<»d (new ^c^m). Fr<»t- 
ing 4 90 f^ on LMte Neck 
R(»d, having a de^ of 410 feet 
on King's Grant Road, having a 
width of 490 feet aldiig the West- 
em ^operty line aad a deplli of 
410 leet ak)i^ tibe Scwthem pro- 
I^rty line. Lynnhaven ddrou^. 

XVL Application of Fereb^'s 
Inc. by Kellam and Kellam, At- 
tttneys, for a cfaai^ <rf m^ 
bom Residence ^Inirban Dis- 
trict 4 (R^ 4) to Limitol C«Mn- 
melxHal District 2 <C-L 2) <rf 
oert^ pK3pnty bontk^ 1175 
feet on the North site Of Plata 
Trail, begiiming at a point 350 
feet West of South Rcsemoat 
Road. Haviflg a deptb ot 225 




ty Ittte (proposed 

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aA wpBig^, 1^ a tktuB^ erf 

€S»m«cial tMitrfa^ 2 ^JQ 2) 
g eariiift pmnrty tm^ed at tte 

IWl a^ iiMtt lUneacmt RmhI. 
Wtamkm 230 Amm So^tRoae- 
mm WMA, tevfatt a d^ 1^ 

Ido i|M <« naeTTnui. a widtt 

9t S35 fcet akNi^ &e Ncvthraa 
Mopei^ Ite and a de^ of 230 
mm. m^ te We^n jmpegty 
HM (pn^dHld L^htfdot Lane). 
Lyimhaven Borough. 

X\^n. Application of Thomas 
R. Terry for a Use Permit to 
maintain thr^ horaoi for private, 
noB-proQt use <m certain pro- 
perty beginning at a point 205 
leet North of Bray Road i^ar its 
int»ie<ition widr Ingram Road. 
QOii-|^>fk trse on certain (vo- 
perty beginning at a poiiit 205 
feet North of Bray RomI near 
'$s tetenectkm with Ir^am 
koul. Said property d^pnated 
as Site F and part (rf Ste fi, 
subdivision of W. S. Jarvis Pto- 
p^y. Containing 5.085 acres. 
L^^vea^^Boroi^h. 
/ XIX. ApplKatkn of Sun Oil 
Company for a Use Permit for 
aa auUMiobile s^vice station on 
OMttMl I»o^y k)c»ted at Ae 
^k]ttteaM u^r»ectk» e^' Ebb 
Tide Road and SiOre Drive, 
Fronting 150 feet on Short 
Drive, having a depth <rf 150 feet 
on Ebb Tide Road, a width of 
150 feet along the Northern pro* 
petty line and a depth of 138.40 
Iwt along the Eastern property 
line. l^aiAavea Borou^. 

XX. Aj^licatton of Cobo 
Corp. l^ P. B. White, Attorney^ 
tor a chaiffie of zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 2 
(R-D 2y to General Commercial 
I^rkrt 3 (C-G 3) Of certain pro- 
j»rty fronting 630 feet on the 
West skfc of Sykes Avertue 
(formerly Maple Avenue), be- 
ginnii^ at a point 150 feet Soudi 
^ Virginia ^each Bcntteva^. 
tiavmg a depth of 250 feet aloiig 
tfie NfNthem and Southern pro- 
p«ty lines; tl» remaining 29 
feet d^th of saW property" to ft- 
main residential as a buffer. Hav- 
ing a width of 630 feet atong 
the Western property line. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

XXI. Application of M.^ C. 
Gimbert tor a chan^ of soaiag 
from Residence Suburban Dis- 
trict 3 (R-S 3) to Multiple Resi- 
dence District (R-M) of certain 
property frontirlg 355 feet <>n the 
West side of North Lynnhaven 
Road at its intersection with the 
Noiftrfk and Southern Railroad 
right of way. Having a depth of 
174 feet along the Northern pro- 
perty line (i^newood Gardens), 
a depth of 212 fe^ along the 
Western property line, and a 
width of 241 leet along the 
Southern propwly line (Railroad 
ri^I of way). Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 

XXII. Application of James 
R. J(rf)nson and Margaret A. 
Drummond for a change of zon- 
ing from Agricultural IMsitrict 
(A-R) to General Commercial 
District 2 (C-G 2) and Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
and a Use Permit for ^n auto- 
mobile servipe station. 

To be C-G 2: Property locat- 
ed at the Southeast intersection 
oi Shipps Corner Road and Hol- 
land Road, fronting 347.07 feet 
on Holland Road, having a ckpth 
of 160 feet on Shipps Comer 
Road, a width of 365 feet more 
CMT lass along the Eastern proper- 
ty line and a depth of 152 feet 
along the Southern prbpwty line. 

To be C-L 2: Property fronting 
340 feet on the South side of 
Shipi» (Vernier Road, beginning 
at a point 1«) teet East of Hol- 
land Roful. Having a dep^ of 
365 feet more or less along the 
Western property line, a width 
of 356.94 ^t along the Soutii- 
ern property line and a depth of 
4n.4r feet atong' the Eastern 
property line. Both parcels com- 
bined containing 4,376 acres. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

XXIII. Application of Eugene 
P. Hockemc^r for a Use Per- 
mit to operate a dog kennel on 
certain property fronting 250.36 
feet on the East side of North 
Lai^g Rosd, beginning at a 
pdinl 1500 feet more or less 
$(NtfH (rf Indian River Road. 
Having a depth of 868.40 feet 
atong the SoiAhem pro|«rty Itoe, 
a width of 277.79 feet along the 
Eastern property line and a depth 
trf 821.5 f^ alMg ^ Northnii 
property line. Said property 
z»ned .Agricultural Unrestricted 
District (A4J). Princess Amut 



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AttorM^ Mr • M|i|ii 

(A^ » OAlri ttidM ^ 
trto 3 (M-t )) aid a tte IMMit 
^ OM^M a l^Mte fcMM mk 
Ml trttiiLDriMMitt bmiud li ae 
fiiM»a «M of Hafrk Awmw.in 
te mobile feont n^itti^att trf 
Oudiaal fi^M. ttai^ a 4^ 
vi 1523 11 tm atofli^ ^t- 
em propeity me (!Ou4ka^ Bs- 
tatuj. a «^| of ^l.ll tm 
atom tte NdMleni iMmetty 1^, 
a d^of 164^.01 hk ak^ die 
Eastern property 1^ (ikaiMf e 
caaal). ar^ a wMA of 282 bet 
ato^^e ScNithera {vi^tmy Me. 
OonUiniQg 11.678 K^nsi. Mn- 

XXV. Am>^:^oB <4 Oeoi«e 
W. Hatt^, Jr. ^ KcUam and 
ICettam, Attwnfeys, tor tte lol- 
towing changes of zonmg: 

Chanj^e of zoning bom Api- 
cukuraf Dbtriet (A-R) to General 
Conuftercial Distrkt 2 (C-G 2) of 
ceruun prc^rty located at the 
Sbiraieast intersectton of Oceana 
B^ulevM-d and Gunn-Hall I^e 
Said property ft«Nitiflf.l50 t* 
<« Oceana ocwikvu^ havtt^ 
(tepdi of 212.93 feet oti Ottfu-^ 
Hall Drive, a width 4rf ISO feet 
atoi^ the Eaitera ntyi^ty liae, 
and a iftndi of 222.28 feet mm 
or less along die Sdo^m pro- 
perty line. 

Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-b 2) 
to Limtoed CwnnMsrcial District 
2 {C-L 2) of Parcel A. subdivi- 
sion of Gunn-Hall Manor, Sec- 
tion 1. Said property fronting 
476.46 fcet on d» North side of 
Gunn-Hall Drive, beginning at a 
point 72.33 feet East of Oceana 
Boulevard. Havii^ a depth of 
236.94 feet ahx^ the Eastern 

{property Um, a wkkh'of 279 
eet akmg ^ Northern property 
line and a de{^h of 390.09 feet 
atoi^ tiw Westem property line- 
Princess Anne Borou^. 

XXVI. Application of Louis 
C. Walke Iw Glenn B. McClanan, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from lUsskleik% Sumirban Dis- 
trk^ 1 (It-S I) to Limited Com- 
mercial Dfatrfct 3 (C-L 3) of 
certain property froming 200 feet 

on the West side of London „, ^„, ^ ^ „.. . . 
Bridge Road, b^iftning at a » 'f^o s^ieoard m teet in 
poirtf 1/2 mile N^ of Oceana height on certain proper ylocat 
Boulevard. Having a depth of ^^ «« ^^ ^o^th side of Indian 



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ot less alo^ the Nwthem pro- 
perty line, and a depth of 198.3 
tsxi atong the Western pn^rty 
line. KcmMville Borough. 

XXX^Vpplication of Gtrald 
L. Lave^tein by P. W. Ackiss, 
Attorney, for a change of zonmg 
trota R»kiaKe Sirijurlnui CKs- 
trfct 3 (R-S 3) to Multiple-Family 
RMidenoe District (R-M) of cer- 
tain property designated as Sales 
Farm. 

Parcel 1: Fronting 1390.9 feet 
on the North side of 19th Street 
Extended, beginning at a point 
100 fcet West of Washington 
Avenue Extended; having a 
depth of 982.5 (e^ atong the 
Eastern property line, a wichh 
of 1210 feet along the Northern 
woparty line (prc^poswl Virginia 
B»tefa Tirtl Road) and a d^ of 
4143.54 teet akmg the W^lem 
property line. Omtainii^ 22 
acres, irKve or les«. 

Parcel 2: Froi^ 812.13 feet 
oa &e South side of Old Vir- 
ginia Bewch Road, beg^niitt at a 
point 476.9 fcet West of Wash- 
ington Avenue Extended. Hav- 
ing a width of 900 feet along the 
Southern property line (proposed 
Virginia Inch Toll Road), and 
a depth of 406 feet molt or less 
atong the Western ptoperty line. 
Sakl parcel being triangular in 
shabe^.Oamaintng 6 acres, more 
or mi LyittdiB^^ jfcrough. 

XXXII. Application of Tex- 
aco Ifc. t^ J. C. Co*an, Jr., for 
a Uae Permit to construct a 
3Q'1t£' sijp^ard 30 f^t in 
he^M on certain plfDperty locat- 
ed at the Northeast corrwr of 
N^wtoWB Road and Virginia 
Beach Beulevard en property 
owned by Texaco Im. Baysi<te 
Borough. 

XXXIII. Applicatton of Tex- 
aco Inc. by j. C, Cowan, Jr., for 
a Use Permit to construct an 
8'x50' s^iboard 80 feet 



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manager trainee program. 
Must be attentive and car^r 
minded. Call 428-9142. 

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150 feet ak»g the Southern pro 
jjaty li|», a width of' 155 feet 
more or less atong the Westefh 
property line and a depth of 155 
feet more <x less atong the Nor- 
thern property line. I*rincess 
AniK Borough. 

XXVII. Applicatton of John 
E. Adams and James O. Davis 
for a Use Permit to operate a car 
wash on Lots 9, 10 and 11, 
Block A, Virginia Beach Parte 
Corporation. Said property to- 
cated at die Northwest intersec- 
tion of 1 7th Street and Baltic 
Avenue. Fronting 137.5 fcet on 
17th Street, having a depth of 
140 feet on Baltic Avenue, a 
depth of 140 feet alor{g the West- 
ern property line and a wickh of 
1375 feet along the Northern 
property line. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

XXVIII. Application of W. J. 
Baldwin by Frank C. Holton, Jr. 
for a Use Permit to construct a 
four unrtafmrtment building on 
certain property fronting 50 f«t 
on the South side of 23rd Street, 
100 feet more or less East <rf 
Arctic Avenw, Having a depth 
of 150 feet atong the Eastern 
and Western property lines and a 
width of 50 feet along the South- 
em property line. Vir^ia Beach 
Borough. 

XXIX. Application of Kemps- 
ville Properties Inp. by Keltom 
and Kellam, Attorrwys, for a 
change of zoning from Residence 
Subuitan Datrict 4 (R=S 4) to 
Mukiple-Famiiy ReskieiK* Dis- 
trict (R-M) of certain property 
formerly luiown as the Yoder 
Farm; fronting 2245 fwt on the 
West and South side of South 
Parliament Drive and Parliament 
Drive, beginning at the Nqrth 
side of Executive Boulevard ex- 
tended. Having a depth of 1060 
feet more or less along the West- 
ern property lirie (subdivision of 
Huntington), and a ^Mi fA 
1 175 feet more or less atong the 
Soutitem property line (Execu- 
tive Boulevard extmded). Con- 
taining 31.3 acres, more or less. 
Kempsville Borough. 

XXX. Applicatton <rf Lin- 
wood A. Wri^t for a change of 
zoning from Residence Subur- 
ban Di^rict iM-S 3) to General 
QjBunerctel district I (C-G 1) 
of certain property located at die 
Northwest intersection of Bon- 
ney Road and South Witchducfc 
Road. Said property foMting 
210.05 f^t on Bonncy Road, 
having a de^ of 72 fe^ on 
South Witchduck *ftoad and a 
depth of 126.3 feet along the re- 
maiacter of the Eastern property 
line, a width ol 228 £e«t store 



River Road, a^distance of 35 
4iM West of Re<m Drive on pro- 
perty owned by Texaca Inc. 
Kempsvilto Borou^. 

John V. Feikncss, 

at^ Oerk 
By: Margaret M. Hood 
Deputy City Clerk 

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(M 4254)804. 



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Poodle. White miniature male. 
Lost in vicinity of 47th Street. 
Generous reward. Call 428- 
119L 

4-8-lT 



OPPORTUNCTY! 

WHERE THE ACTION IS! 

Due to expansion of our Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard office, 

. we have openings for 5 p^plc 
interested m the fascmatmg 
field of filing homes. Call 
Goodman-Segar-Hc^n Resi- 
dential Sales Corp. 341-3232. 
2-11-tfn 



Salesman — Real Estate 
Excellent {x>tential, top com^^ 
missions, good working condi- 
tions, part time or full time. 
Mr. McCoy — 415 Board of 
Trade BIdg., Norfolk, Va., 
telephone 622-6719. 

3-183T 



98-A WANTiD 



Wanted — 2 or 4 lar'^ used 
wagon wheels. Call 4i8-8239. 

4-1-2T 



Wanted — Batchelor desires 
house in remote tocatton in 
Virginia Beach - Occanvlew 
area. Rent, or rent with optton 
to buy, or buy. Furnished or 
unfurnished. Call Newport 
News. 595-2197. 

s 4-1-2T 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



100 ROOMS FOR RENT 



Room for rent. Private entrance. 
Excellent neighborhood. Gen-, 
tleman preferred. 237 Bay 
Colony Drive. Call 428-1049. 

4-1-4T 



110 A^rtmanta Unfumldiad 



APARTIMENtS— Furnished or 
untumished. Yearly or lieason- 
al. Cooper Realty, 206 25th 
Street, 42S-1330. Nightt 428- 
6833. 

3-2 TFN 



115 Houf—FMrtrfthad 

0(%ana — Near bases. Fum^^ 
cottage. &rvice coUplc. All 
year— $65 month. No depc»- 
its. Convenient to «verydunc. 
340-8329. 

3-2 TFN 

RE^ ESTATE KM lALf 

lat B— I ittata Wanfd 

I would like to purcha% from 
50 to 1500 acres of waterfrcHit 
property or lake site that 
would be suitable for suaimer 
cottages recreation or retire- 
ment. Write detect to: P. H. 
Rudd, Box 15$, OarkiviUe, 
Va. - ^. '. : , . 

4.1-4T 

u^%^FI£D DISPLAY 



^ucmm 



V Riganfo Auctic 



1 1 1 Mp«rTfn«nt6 hvrnistiail 



CIRCLE THIS AD 

Immediate openings for two lo- 
cal married men, bondaWe, 
with car and phone. Outside 
sales work. Full time men 
average $123. per wk; part 
time $42 per wk. Call 341- 
9726 at 8:30 p.m. sharp. 

4-8-lT 

42 Halp Wantad-Mal* or femSe 



MAN or WOMAN to Supply 
established customers with 
nationally advertised products 
in city (rf North Virginia 
Beach. No investment. Earn- 
ings $2.50 per hour and up 
pmsible, FuH or .part time. 
Write Watkiris Products, Inc„ 
D-98, Winona, Minn. 

4-5-4T 

43 Position Wanted— Famala 

Baby sitting for working moth- 
ers m private home during 
day. CaU 428-1462. 

4-8-2T 



1 iMdnxMn furnish^ apartnwnt. 
Centrally located. Water fur^ 
nished. Call 428-4960. 

4-8.2T 



Duplex apartment for rent. $95. 
burnisned. Dam Neck. Hirtz 
Bazaar. CaU 428-7088. 

4-8-2T 



2 bediDom furnished apartment. 
All utilities furnished. Use dl 
automatic, washing machM|c. 
Yearly rental. $110 a mondi. 
Catt 428-6582. 

4-1-11^ 



Expert typist needs work to be 
done in my home. An types 
of business forms. Call 428- 
1462. > 

4-8-2T 

Oay care — niy home .for work- 
ing mother. Large yard. 
Screened porch. Play equip- 
ment. Call 428-2815. 

3-18-TFN 

MERCHANDISE 



to Articlat For Sal* 



Organ — ^Hammond chord, used. 
$275. This Sold new for $985. 
Terms. Campbells, 4700 Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard. 

4-8- IT 



13 HousaTiold Goods 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



38 J^i|iBai»ca Sarvicaa 



VACUUM ajlANERS— Hoover. 
Sales and aemce. Prompt ef- 
&^^m^ reiwlrs. nek up anff 
ilett^^. Phone GA 84222 
Tml reed k BuUding Sup- 
nUaa. Tik» 

31 Buiidlng—Rapairing 



NO-nCE! 
ContTMltiV it Home Builders-^ 
Let at telp you with that iien* 
hon^-»-«ldki(nis — or repairs. 
We can fumii^ materials from 
iMoenm^ to tXdc and aM you in 



finanelhg. 



Kelbm & Eaton, Inc. 
(1)426-2^ 

426-3937- 



We specialize in kitchen cabinets,, 
honhp improvements and any 
type ot shop work. Call Pon- 
daiosa MUl Work at 3008 
South Lynnhaven Road, 
34 1-5520 or 34 1-2682 even- 
ing 

3.11.TFN 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

, numbing — Heating 

£l«:tri<a4 — Air Conditioning 

PRINCES ANNE M.UMBING 

AKD ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

Phone 426-2660 

U-d-t£i 



For sale now — new and re- 
built sofa beds in a varitty 
of colors and fabrics. Mk) 
sofas, tove seats, assort^ 
chairs, titles, diests, bodit- 
ca^s, dinn^ttes and bedroom 

, furniture. Hilltop Upholster- 
ing Co., 1000 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Phone 428-6377. 
Call us 4o upholster and re- 
finish your worn, soiled and 
marred furniture. Fr^ ^ti- 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
"We buy and ^11 used furni- 
ture." 

4-1-TFN 

M Wanta<) io Auf """"^ 

Used Furniture and household 
appliances. Sell for cash. Hirtz 
dazaar, 227 First Colonial 
Road, Oceana. 428-7088. 
Open 9 to 9. 

ANNOIWCEMENTS 



REAL ESTATE 
EXAM COURSE 

Stat* Liccnaa Preparatory 
Dar and EvaniBg ClaMa* 
Cla««e* InttructMl Bjr Practic- 
inj Attorney aodl A Ucaaaa4 
Real Estate Broker, 
k Pa«* State Board Exam 
Eatity — Eareh Now 

COMPLETE COURSE >3S 

Tidewater's Mast kxp^riemei 

School 

Norfolk-PorHmouth 

REAL ESTATE SCHOOL 



PHONE MA 2.30T4 



New and modem, one and t^o 
bolroom apttitmeats. Low 
yeariy rentals, also weekly and 
monthly r e n t a ij> CaU 
428-6713. -^ *- 

3-11-TFN 

RuoceMotel Apartments. One 
and two room efficiencies, 
completely furnished. South 
end of Pacifk Ave. Call 428- 
8050 for full iJiformation. 



INSn^UCTK>6 



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HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 



WH^vw Bardta, V^mmt 

312- 35th ^reet 
Virginia GmcH 



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2 Bedroom fum^hed apartment. 
Convenient location. Immed- 
iate occupancy. Yearly rental. 
Call 428-3680. 

2r9-tfn 

. 1 % ; 

One BjBdroom apartment, liviiw 
room, kitchen and bath, $65 
per month year round. Call 
428-8533 or 428-9370. Ses- 
som Realty. 
1 1-5-TFN 

One and 2 bedroom furnished 
apartments. Year round. Call 
428-2724 or 428-6666. 

16th Street — One block from 
Ocean. One and two bedroom 
apartments. 

24 th Street— One and twQ bed- 
ix>om apartments. Yearly ren- 
tal. 

Ma 2-1286 or GA 8-2251 
1-12-tfn 



Austin's Court Moiei Abut- 
ments,. 206-19tb S&eet Effi- 
ciency' apartmencs. All utiliti^ 
f umi^ed. Also, 4-fO(Wi apart- 
mint and furnished ro(mis. 
BkJck frcHn Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



114B ^^Mitntmils and 
ItousM Per Renf 



Wanted — houses or apartnwnts 
to rent or sell. Summer rentals 
needed. Cooper Realty. 206 
25th Street. 428-1330. Nights 
428-6833. 
r- 3-2-TFN 



A/^ERCHANDISE 



Ask Your £yt PhyaMaii Abawf 

TRAYLOR'S 

GUILD tH>TIClAN 
Serving Virginia Beach 

U^ Laakia HmJ, Vtrciaia Bea«& 

Bernwrd Hk. McNanara, Mgr, 

GArdea 8-4020 

BAY ISLAND 

Tideirater's T^aH All 
Waterfnttt Ocmmuatty 
LOTS poll SALE 

BAYBIAND 

REALMTAtittX 
4M40S1 N^rta GAMm 



SttUTTERS 

COMPLETELY ftfeMOVBD 

NECESSARY R]#AIRS 
MADE J 

mm ESTIMATC J 
CALL 464-0295 :. 
3-25-TFli 




INCOME TAX SfilE 
BONCHEXSY 

6235 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

HiOBe 497-1243 

C^eti 9 a.m. -~- 9 p.m. 

Saturday 9-6 

1-12-tfti 




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BIGGEST MONEY MAKEtt 

Get In Now Chi TTie Cffar 
Smoking Boom thru Auto- 
matic Cipr DisperMisni. 

Cigar Sales Are ClimbiM 
(SKYROCRETJI^) Due ^ 
Cancer Scare. 

We turn oyer Top Loc*. 
tions for you to usr/m in 
youf area .... Leadirig Rm* 
taurants. Hotels, %k^^ 
Cocktail UHHiges, to Ter- 
minals, Bowllhg Alteys, eto. 

No salUng or solfcitii^ re- 
quired. F^Jtt or part time. (S 
to 8 hours weekly). 

No previous exj^NTsc^ ^ 
cessary .... We triM yw. j 

mUU> NEi TO! 

$800.00 Pipt MONTH. ' 

To (jual^, you m^t ^ 

1- Aa AatoON^^ 

2. $»fS.OO wsh ^^m 



3. Rfiftt^KMM 

Fm iftttrwCT*, write 
CIGAftS 

8?nl Ann .. 

Rk 

631 

Plwae iayiuw paone 




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The Mmng Bowl 



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— -"1 ty UlCILi CLARK 

Virginia Beach SUN Food Editor 




Egg8 and Quuie^ Mushroom 
Gravy— An Admirable Pair 




Vlwndaf miili dtutair Ltnt ii 
a MtoM tMk fer inMt )m»b»- 
Bnlnn. l!^ w Mnr to run tiM 
gmmrt m IMV aad iatercatiJir 
MM*. IM* ir y0» noMMbir «ya 

idNraf* awn a d^doM BMd. 




jfrnry pound oTer. Toraatoes, 
c«i«7, and onion are added to 
tha ffravy for an interesting - 
varii&on. 

C«apl«ta your aandwieh meattrr 
witii a fruK aalad, milk, and 
brawniea. 

OfLUXE EM SANDWICHES 

1 anal! oaioa, tMatr diced 
tfaapalicMnleiv 

1 maU cloT<( tarik, minced 
l«iaUi>arleaf 

2 (I Memoons butter or maiviriiie 
loan (lOH oubon) mArdeia '-~ -^ 



ke^Ao^ed 



drateed eoekcd 







b Muieai^ai. eooic <nioQ, c»\aj, 
g^tte, «i4 liar in IwMr oaHl 
ng » tMl>lM ara tandw. Add ftatr 





If ymi're vwMideriiig wfiat else 
^ <M)Hld have f«- a diUfy even- 
m^ iHby M( a "beautiful eveo- 
^p witt idup OB tiie Aeni. 

"ilMMi eooMRfbls of the 
tAiteft Preth Fruit and V^^Ue 
hsto^iMm ieat me soae >^^* 
tew ^biA fn^ n^y i^xid. 
IM»^ oiKMi Senepilese (>le^ 
fir l^diero whkh is a South 
AMritan soup of «tew comis- 
fMcy. Ooc% you undostand tiie 
In^ ^wdptes (rf tot^ making, 
|i« cim cn^le mo^f^mg ^ wliat 
hapi^B to have on hand. 
aMdeni powing tet^- 
tni^x»^&» and mer- 
iNndiswg nrtJre than forty frrah 
MpMi^ t^ usually availaUe. 
* » a^dng a good, dd-fash- 
' itodc — rase whidi d- 
m whkh thm hours of sim- 
— ' add seasoning vegc^ 
such as oniom, celery, 
fNHoriqr and/<M' carrots at the be^ 
<rf the cooking period. 
«%|^li^ will almost 
<toi^ear during long 
ms^^$,t so ymx give texture and 
frtoc to. Ite Ae^hed soup with 
ft Mi^ •^du ^ more of the^ 
^^abkt which should be 
«3dk@l mSiv ab<mt 20 minutes 
m unti t^i^. 

Vqse^;tea f aide Ug^ as "pro- 
te^ve foods." Suc3i foods are 
rtth m vitMims and minerals — 
uAwnts which fac^ fight mfec- 
ttos aiid^#i0tfe uid help k^ 
w& auuiy of i^ body functims 
qpenttng ^Kwtiily. 

VrmA OakM Soi^ 

cap tiitnly sficed onions 
tab]^po<»is butter or 
nttq^riiK 
^aqiQcws ^ur 
^n Beef Soup Stock 
K^po(m Worobestershire 

salt 




1 

m 
m 

5 

% 



% MHi^iM gnHind white 



riMMted rqUs, halved or 

pieces of toast 

Grated Ptrmesan (Aieese 

Saute' onions in butter or mar- 

tarine until golden brown. Stnr 

n flour aad cook 1 minute, ^ki 

Beef Soup Stock and oo<^ for 

hour. Season with Worcte^er- 

.re sauce, salt and p^per, tf 

^ded. Pour into flat oran- 

3of dishes or tureen. Arratte 

:5t on top of soup and si^niue 

rrated Parmeaan cteew. 

* diihes may be pfaced 

^ until d^Ns is 



M tnutoM. H^, atinibic BOW 
anSn ludMM M«r wvaem ov«r, 

B^t^a 6^^^^ 0^^^^ 
IfiMa snip stDCK 

2 lbs. soup meat and bones 

1 tablespoon salt 

2 quarts dold water 
^ cup chof^xed onion 

2Mi cups ctopped celery 

(stalk aod leaves) 
% cup sliced carrots 
% cup diced fresh tojfnatoes 
% cup chopped green pepper 

2 tablespoons chopped 
parsley 

^mrner meat, liones, salt and 
cold water for 2 hours .Add vege- 
tables and cook for Vk hours 
longer. Strain and chill soup. 
Remove fat. 

YIELD: 6 servings. • 
ScMgakse Cel^ Soup 

3 tablespoons butter or ' 

margarine 
Vi cup finely chopped celery 
V4 teaspoon curry powder 
Vi cup finely chopped onions 

2 tablespoons flour 
44 cup sweetened applesauce 

2 cups chicken broth 

1 cup milk 

1 cup light cream or 2 cups 
half and half 

Vi teaspoon salt 

% cup hwvy cream » 

V% teaspoon ground coriander 
Melt butter or margarine, add 
celery and onions and cook until 
!R>ft, Blend in curry powder and 
flour. Stir as thickens, gradually 
add applesauce, broth, milk, 
cream or half and half and salt. 
Heat to simmering and stir for 
5 minutes. Pour in heat-proof 
tureen or bowls. Whip cream 
and stir in coriander. Spoon on 
soup. Put under broiler until 
cream browns. 
YBELD: 4 to 6 servings 
Pnchero 

(South American Soup-Stew) 

2 tablespoons butter or 
margarine 

1 lb. cooked ham, cubed 
1^ lbs. lean shoukier pork, 

cub^ 
1V4 cui» hot water 

4 ^blespoons fresh lemon 
juice 

Vi teaspoon ground black 
pepper 

tablespoons salt 
m^um onions, chopped 
clove pu-lic, minced 
c\xp& chopped celery 
green pepper, chopped 
cups dic^ raw potatoes 
cups lima beans 
bay leaf, crumbled 
Water to cover vegetable 
fadfwty 

aaaU fa^d callage, 
ch(q>p^ 



P.A. Nigh 
Studies Local 
Government 



VIRGINIA BEACH ^ A 
project of studying' local gov- 
ernment in action has begun by 
a representative 'group of His- 
tory 12 students of Princess 
Anne High School.' 

While studying about the 
form of municipal government, 
the studenis decided the sub- 
ject would be better undei^ood 
by actually working With city 
otficrals and at the city depart- 
ments to get first hand informa- 
tion on how their own city is 
governed. 

More than 25 students are 
taking part in the compiling of 
ol^ective material for study. 
Among those assigned to speci- 
fic offices are Pam Johnson and 
^nny Punsalen. l^a*irer, 
Richard D^iley, Cfty Manager; 
.Michelle Schmidt and Mary Jane 
Ontjes, Commissioner of Rev- 
enue; Mary Werle and Ginger 
Shields, Court Clerk; Donna 
Saunders and Bill Lindsay, Com- 
monwealth Attorney; Janet Ad- 
ams and Priscilla John^n, City 
Sergeant; Tim Finchum and 
Maurice Stocks, Circuit Court; 
Tana Lane and Kathy Preddy. 
Welfare; Linda Paul and Rhona 
Doucette, Health. Susan Mc- 
Pherson, Agriculture; Riva Ber- 
ger. Recreation; Mike Leavitt 
and Bernard Kohn, Public 
Works; Diane Gieger, School 
Board; Robert Smith, Planning 
Commission; and Jeff Taylor 
tad Bill Havtt. Police^ 



ON DEAirS IfiT 

ST. PETER, Main. — Ingrid 
Wilson, daughter of Rev. and 
Mrs. Donald Witon, .5737 
Cheyenne Circle, Vi^nia Be«A 
has been named to the Dean's 
List following faU wA winter 
terms at GustavM Aitolphus 
College, &. Peter, Minnesota. 

Election to the list, r«;ently 
relea^ by Academic Dean Al- 
bert G. Swanson, r«|uires a 
cumulative grade pout %ytti$b 
of "B" or better. Studentei named 
to this list will be honored at a 
banquet on May 10 in thefil- 
lege dining room. 



MOTEL BDRGURIZED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Sea Isle Motel on 22ad Street 
was broken into last week and 
two file cabinets, valued st $30, 
are reportoj missiqg. 

Police said that entry was 
made by throwing a brick 
through a front wIikIow. Desks 
in the office were ransack^ but 
nothing else had been bothered. 



Local Man Reenlists 




«M 



Navy Chief Josephus Daniels Honeycutt of 1029 Hunting 
Hill Lane, Virginia Beach, is sworn in by Caf«. L. G. Hank, 
Commander Philadelphia Group, Atlantic Reserve FlesH, for a 
6-year reenlistment in the Group's preventative maintenance and 
training division. The Philadelphia Group is responsible for 
security and maintenance of Navy "mothballed" ships. 



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CAUAN 




EXPERT FOR YOUR 



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• PUUMBIN<^ 



HEATING 
ELEaRICAL WORK 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

raniCESS ANNE PUIMBING 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIE^i Inc. 



1 



428-1«60 



431 VA. BEACH BLVD. 

RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS 



428-166T 

I I 



tINKHORN CIVIC LEAGUE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — At 
the Annual Meeting of the Link- 
horn Park Civic League held re- 
oently, the following officers and 
^directors were elected _ to serve 
for tii6 year 1965: 



President, J. Gord<Mi Xavan- 
liugh; vice president^ Alfred L. 
Wifod; recording secretary, Mrs. 
M. W. Hillsman; corresponding 
Kcretary, Mrs. G. S. Taylor; and 
treisurer, William H. Phillips; 
Directors elected for one year 
terms are Dr. Leslie B. GOTe, 
James G. Kcmtopanos, and Jo- 
seph B. Wood. 

The president extended a cor- 
dial invitation to all residents of 
Ltnkhom Park who are not 
I meiAbers of the Civic League to 
join by sending a check for 
$5.00 to cover a year's dues to 
the Secretary, W. H. Phillips, 
3600 Holly Road. 



Melt butter or margarine in a 
4-quart pan. Add ham aiid pork 
and brown over medium heat for 
10 minutes. Add hot water, 
lemon juic^, black pepper and 
salt Cover and simmer for 1 
hour. Add onions, garlic, celery, 
green pepper, potatoes, lima 
beans, bay leaf and add water 
to cover halfway of vegetables. 
Simmer about 45 minutes or 
until vegetables arc tender. Be- 
fore serving, add cabbage and 
simmer until tender. Do . not 
overcook. 



J. C. WHEAT 
\ND COMPANY 

MEMBER 

NEW YORK 

STOCK EXOiANOB 

IS SELM!N ARCADE 
NORFOLK. VA 

mONB MAS-«a81 



Linoleum Floors 




We CTMie Fiua.4 Um dlstlDfuMi 
rcxMn! In iwmea, <^Boes, Aoft, 
then Indivkhnlly DnifBed Uao- 
leum Ploon confer naait, coto- 
contnut distitiction whkb off 
Oi>9r floor treatmem can matph. 
Cok% niDtifs — "Character!" in a 
woixi— 4iiat ^ve kmg-ltved Mrvke, 
at moderate ftrst<oftl May we 
give yon aa a^bnatet 

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fWOWOLK. VnCINIA 



The Colonial Trim., one of the reasons why Colonial can offer a 
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VIRGINIA bIaCH, VIW5INIA, THURSDAY, AWIL 15, 1965 



Two S#diont— 1 6 Pages ' ' 



SINGtE COPY: tOc. ftY M^ ».«) PER YEAR 



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WILL THE REAL MISS 
VUtGINM BEACH 



PLEl^E STAND UP 



VIROINIA JJACH — 
Sparkji|| the Vir^a Beach, 
Ektard^lk Parade wiM be an 
honored aw) ip^ial fuest, Misi 
Virginit Beach. Th* feal "Mc- 
Coy", Miss Virginia Beadt is 
the daughter of Ktr. add Mrs. 
Thomas . M. Beach, Foxcnrft 
Drive, Waitcnton, Vh'^Ja. 

PricM- lb tte 1 M p.m. ai- 
Qouncement of the {wiax winners 
in the Eaater fi<Mr.dwaIk prom- 
^wling. Mayor Frank A. Dusch 
will introdu(^ Miss Virginia 
Beich. Mr. A. B. Crews, presi- 
dent of the CSianiber of Cdm- 
nien:e, will present the honored 
guest with a bouqi^t Of rbses. 
^^% Miss Beach wilt be a glieft <rf 
. me Chamber of Comntfrce ac- 
{ording to Ex«uti^ Wm Pres- 
tdent, Albin Maltaies, whb stated 
• program of activities hii been 
planned for hfr ^y ever the 
bMter weekend. 

As to riw discovery of the 
wrreat bearer of t)^ r^ort's 
tiame^i-Miss Beach was a guest 
list sunune^ at the Albemarle 



lautificttiM 




lQ$nA MAOi — The 
:il 0^ Gantei OtN of 
Vimnia Bmsh, teprmtt^ 42 
garden clubs, net yettenhy for 
me annu^ rDeeting vthkk wwt 
teld at City Hall annex wMi 
Mrs. August Culpef^ieiii pmid- 
Ing. ^ 

Mrs. Peter Mansm, of the 
Garden Clul» of Vk|^ia, ex- 

{>Iaiied tte aims <rf Ae B(»iit^ 
ication Oonuniaion which began 
tktat j«ars ifo. Foor bindred 
doUars has been donated by 
S«M« to litrther the beautifica- 
tiiOM projMts which Inelude hun- 
dreds of flowor boxes now 
«vailable to b^uttfy V^nii^ 
Beach. Floirm are to be ptant- 
in 4^H|I% $n^, ^x)ls, 
|nd at the hospital. 

During the meeting, the CouA- 
cil a|^»ov^ the {MurdMsii^ of 
« minM(^raph machine, nm a 

Sesiifemul gavel was donated 
the Laknhore Garden Club, 
eetinp wOl be held ev^y sec- 
oid Wolaesday duiiqg Ae 
nondis of September^ M>ve^ 
ibr, January, March, aixl April. 
It wu voted to cooperate in 
Ae f<»tfacomliv Miu Virginia 
Beach Pageant, and Ae pro- 
ceeds from the tkkM sates will 
be donated to Ae landscaping 
{Mfoject at tte new Genial Hos- 
pital of Virginiaf ^«:h. The 
memten of the variMN ftnlen 
c^ubs will assist in deu^atiiig.a 
imgeant repi^entativf at well as 
ticket sales. 



Hall. Mrs. TrafUMi passed the 
wotd along to Laura Lamte 
Chairman of tie Otamber't 
Events Commfttee. Mn. Lambe, 
<»ntrary to belief ttiat a woman 
can't keep a secret, *'m on" the 
information until an 0(xasion ap- 
propriate for prewmii^ Miss 
Vtf^ifia BeM;h aioK. 

The resiat came by tte fir^ 
Miss Virgifiia Bead) through the 
same sort of happen stance, la 
1952, an imiutry ^me into tte 
Oumiber fnrni unkm City, New 
Jersey. It was signt^l Virginia 
Beach. Coottct was nw(k an4 
16 ytai old, bnifl^. Miss 
Beach was invito) to reign over 
tte tend Fe^val. The queen 
of the Sand Festival from New 
Jersey appeared cm two network 
shows. 

Virginia's Miss Virginia Beach 
is 17% years old, a hooev 
bkmde, a junior at Faquier Hi^ 
S&hMMl in Warraiton. and an ac- 
complished hdrse woman. Ste 
&3pped tap boiors this year in 
the ?oiM>to-iH»nt race (rf the 
Casanb^n Hum Club and 
Blue Ridge Huat Oub. 

AccordiQa to Lois Nelson and 
Oa-les .WailMlfton, co-chair- 
o# 



MOWKIOS 

SEEEASTBI 

VIRGINIA BEACH -^ These 

youM poeu, all third graders at 

Limom Park School, give an 

ins^ into tte child's view of 

^&ister, 

EASTER 

Easter is here. 
L^*s ^ve three cheers. 

Fm tha happy, happy day. 
BifMUse tte Eaater B&nny, 

h akeady on his way. 
He'll bring an Easter Basket. 

And little candy eggs. 
Bat he won't brii^ a single thing 

If you start to teg. 
So if you want a basket. 

Full of candy t^p. 
You had tetter listen to me. 

And don't start to teg. 

Jeff Chirhon I'i 



THE EASTER BLWNY 
Wten the Easter tenny. 

Comes in my house gf 
He m «a qui^r ™"-- * '^ 

As a 



He brings candy 

Afid be brings. {(^^T^ 
To nice little girls 

And nice Intle boyi. 

And if y<w are good 
And if you are nice 

He'll bring you a b^et 
Full of su0|r and spi^. 

*^^Bet ttere » one Aing 
Tim i do not lite 
That I can not tee him 




Lined up for Inspection are off-duty officers (left to right) Doug McCIoud, W. W. Baker. 
Jer*y Hu^es, R. L Taylor, C. A. O'Neal, C C. Pace, C. R. Stage, Larry Montgomery, ©. e! 
Gregory •«* Rex Bolton. Otter two members of the K-9 Corps are Rotert Sparrow, trainiM 
off.cer.*^«Hi W, W. Taylor. . *^ . (Photo by Philips) 




«ff1 -'« f'tm I2:S0 
when iMa^ wttt 

be j^MiMed and MeiMtf ef 
C»^mnies, 'WilliwB ICelNm, 
will announce tte «te»ff m 1 1 
"best drNMd" oUQfrnes. tlie 
oereeiony will uke f^tee at "The 
Norwegian LaiW" qn tjk ooeea* 
front U 2Sch Stieet., 

WIBX MJHRES Hid 



THAUA — Three , _ 
Nev^x)rt News men were in 
jurecl in a coliiidoe early Sun- 
day aftoiiiiM Vf^mi tteir car 
went out ef oontrol and struck 
a telephone pole near Ttalta 
Drive on Vii^nia Beach Bcmle- 
vard. 

Patrolman L<Hiis W. Barlowe 
said that tte car, driven by W«r- 
ner E. Hdlowe^ 18, was YimSr 
ing east on the boulevard and at 
it started cutting into tte 1^ 
hand lane Hollowell lost contr^ 
skidded acRMC tte hij^way, 
jumped a <Utcii uid mock a 
tetephoiM pole on flie for side 
of tte feeder lane. 

HolloweU, who suffered facial 
cuts in the mfarfiap^ was eharg^ 
wiA fecUe^ tevtng, Bartowe 
said. 

Passengas injured were Al- 
len D. west, 21, with possible 
head injtrks, and Miles R. 
Yales, 22, bi^ injures. 

The accident caused about 
$2500 damage to ^e car and 
$125 to tte pole. '^ 



DeiuUine Here 




This waa i^ scwie y»ta-(by afternoon in frM# of Kellam> 
Eaton tnsnraiice Co., as lte'ste<fline for the purdMbe of 1965 
Virfinia license i^tes wM drawiM^ near. Tte wa^ was liiort, 
aad^ wo^Mrmv «^m, enmi if H mn a ^ v^!^' 



AM EISFSI^ ^M 

An Pa^irWaa k ^mttd write, 
. Md ^ CM ^ * 

Write Sit ewry fa^ft/t Whea 

I'm w )ie4 I • .. 

Alwa)9 ^ wid jiou shottia* 

knoW tew to 
Write i»e, too. 

Eawr to ftm, Easter is handy 

and if 
You're n^ good, ymi mi^t get 

tOHM 

Candy. 

An Ea^ b«k^ is fun with 

glee, and tte . 

qurtcr biuny m^t bring one 

Aa8 me! 

So, '*Hi9py Eaiter, EVerybody!" 
By L^m Marie Skreba 




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COUNCIL'S BIT 

VIRGINIA BEACH — CHy Owndl. MoBday passed m fir^ 
reading two ordinances officially en<k>rsing ^ city's $27,8^1 3S 
operfitmg bud^ for 1965-66 and the 2 per cent retail Nili^jg . 
Second and f inri reading will presumably come at the ''^j^/'y 
meetii^ of rooRcll. *«^ 

As in pa^ years, tte giant size pet^aa ef ^e bod^ |oes 
toward schools with a total operating fund ol 110,870,912. T^ to- 
tal includes a $200 im:reaM in ' '7 ' '-' 



the annual base pa^ to teachers, 
estimated to cost tte city o^r 
$1 -million tte first year. 

A siaIHe amount of Ihe city's 
revenue Is expected to come 
from tte Mies ux, expected to 
bring in ov«- $l.S'mlllMi '^ 
first year, uid from an increase 
in n^l eitate taxes, 

NEW TAX RATES 

The increa^s induct: Black- 
water, $2.10, up 20e; Pungo, 
$2.10, up 30c: Pi^^ls Anne, 
$2.10, up 30c; Prineait Aaae 
MoK)uito Dwtrict, HMt ^ 
Wc; Baysi<te, |2.1Q» im lOc, 
Bayside MoaouiH>, $2.20, up 
Wei Kei^M^e, ^.10, up 10c; 
Kempsvtm Mosquito, $2.20, up 



^s«i for tte Lynnhaveh din$4- 
ging project. It provides tl#0,f 
000 for property acquisitkw nad 
$46,000 for first cost at coft- 
structton. CouikU also t^m^ tft 
hold a public hearing at Ml A|^ 
lit 26 meeting on the PN$mA 
marinas in «cmtectt^ wmM|[(^ 
pnM. Ike^jae^iaf wta^^AI 
at fO «.m. 

• Ap^w^ an or 
proviitiijg cmuMons 
poundu^ ieiDi om Mimalt pld|3^ 
ilp% tte ei^. It ^tes t^ mt- 
mcto-itn^i^ m lN|p flay b« 
p»ssM»d % M Me«tt 4rf A^ 
mal Xktt6nA, iiotMrni fw 4$ 
hours, fn<i ifiM^ to its owmI 
for a fee of llSO for the first 



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ior tte 



K CHy Hal 
He two 

Liiiitflliii |# H^ Iwo avait 
aUe mm el DJajitu, E^ 
«NM t. CumOI av 

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CYCLWr. 17, HIT 

viRQMA im/mi — A 

17-ynr-oM yoiAb was injured 
MMday mominK wten the mo- 
torcycle te WM rklatg was struck 
by a pasdng ear. 

^molman Thomas N. Jones 
Jr. reported Aat the bov. Wil- 
liam R, White of 938 Old Dam 
Neck R<»d, wu struck by a ve- 
htele Mvea bv Sophia Jane 
Riddfck, 62, ol Pleasant Ridqe. 

The acci4ent iook place about 
8:15 a.m. at fta Intersection of 
ItHi ^hft and Pacific Avenue 
Ip White f^nmking a left tura 
eif n^te. Tte <^cer said tte 
taoU30i crossed double vellow 
liitti IMkI ttwdE tiie youth's mo- 
torcycle wttfi tiie bumper. Sk» 
has' teen charyM\with reckleu 
ftivnoi. 

White suffered a hnkea aakki 
and tbraskm o^ both ha^ it^ 
Jheli^ 



^ce's ik^ "^Nda" McCtewd during t^iraiaing session whOe Stage keeps Ms dog tm*r 
"**"»'• -^ (Photo by Phi%s) 

K-9 CORPS WILL DEBUT APR. 24 



PRINCESS ANNE — The 
Nike site just off Salem Road 
ha^ been a training ground for 
the pMt five and a telf woAm 
for the Virginia Beach PoHce 
Departmem's new K-9 Coips, 
and tte results oi the seMbns 
will te demonstrated for the 
public April 24. 

The Corps, consisting of 12 
mm and (k>g teams, will make 
tfieir (tebut in a demonstration 
at tte Scout Jamboree <m dtat 
date^ to te held at Camp Pendle-, 
ton startii^ at 10 a.m. 

Altfiourii the presetft cotm 
was just formed hi^ mdnth, the 
department has used^ke dofs 
since 1960. There were six m 
tfie first group.' But oftly two of 
tte original numter ^mained 
wten die new rar{» wm oiyan- 
iuA. lliMe (kigs are assiimed to 
one man aiul never work with 
another officer. If a K-9 officer 
teansfers to another department, 
aiiich was Uie case in four dt^ 
outs, the dc^ is no kmfer used 
in the cqrps and "rrtires" to 
lamily liffe 

One <rf die ori^al six tes the 
dtstinctMm ^ teiflrAi| only K-9 
used in tiu kivenik BUreau. He 
tttittsferred to that ^spattment 
with his hantUer, Olfic«L C. C. 
Pace. Ite aeccmd remaining doe 
\% handled bv^ Patrolman Rotert 
E. W. SfMrrow, who serves as 
training officer tm tte corps. 

All of tte 10 new dogs are 
aligned to patrol units. Thev 
have been in tniinint since Mar. 
3, receiving four hours of con- 
centrated instruction per week 
with additional instiyction from 
tteir handters at home. Iliis le- 
nient ^edule will ^ke loneer 
than the usual 10 to 13 weeks 
<rf' intensive training, but Caot. 
R. H. Stone, v^o supei^Mses the 
eorp^^ff^ls it hip prwied more 
Micemil. 

"The <k>«s haw r^uondwl far 
beytmd our iqtectati(nM be- 
cause we have ttot puAed them 
flircNigh a strentiotts tninltas," 
Oapt. ^me sakL-*lt will proh- 
^ly ^m temtA more moobs 
h^ofli tstff are ftiHy qualifM as 
I^^J^, tat we fe^ 4wy will 



te tetter oaine^ than if we had 
onimmed ti^r iMtrucUon into 
a few weefa." 

Tte departmnit ted been ooo- 
si^lng add^Mial d<^ in the 
«)r|» for soiiM time and sudden- 
ly, without actMlly soliciting an- 
imals, thify wre floo^d by 
<^lls frcmi peocde offering tteir 
pets as dto. Most were donated 
by residents leavTng tte area. 
All <rf tte (tonatni animals are 
full-bloodeid mate German ^p- 
herds. 

The conversion hom domes- 
ticated family pets into well- 
trained, vicious — up<m sigmil— 
police d<^ has been relatively 
simple for these ext^ely in- 
telligent animals, Capt. Stone 
said. They must have two per- 
sonalities. The dogs must fit 



full time 
juvInile 
court judge 

VmCINIA BEACH — 
Juv^ile Court Judge L. Travis 
Branch has been placed to a full 
time scteduie by City Council. 

He ted previously sat in Ju- 
vesiile a»l Domestic Relations 
Cduri two (fays a week and in 
Traffic pwrt t(x two days. 

Council ^.ided Monday that 
be(^||Me <rf tte growingr^umter 
of ittvraile cases the docket re- 
qiured diree court davs. City 
Maiu^r W. <Russell Hatchett 
poinM out that in 1964 there 
were 1,354 juvenile court cases 
and tte numb^ is expected to 
well exceed that this ye^. 

Council jias ^so appropriated 
$5,000 for expansion <^ the ju- 
venile d^mkm home in Q^- 
peake to provide for tte hiclwae. 

Ifoyside Owacama Law- 
rence Mar^aSB commeitMi to 
^nuicil ttat Judge Branch has 
do^ a very fine job with tfnse 
yotoM^os. ife is to te oofi- 
me^«i." 



into the family Rfe of their tend- 
ler wlien not on duty, yet re- 
spond to attack s^iials wten 
"working." 

, But all of the rising is aot 
for tte do^. It reruns nnich 
ha^d work pn the part of tte <rf- 
flcers. They, too, must ki^ .ek- 
actly when to give what 'sipal. 
One move of tte tend mav 
mean "attack," another "crawl," 
and still another "track and tout 
out" a suspeeted bv^mak^. 

Participation in tte K-9 
Corps is stiiiotly volu^ary. The 
men are never ass%iH9d< Th^ 
must know and enjoy dogs, or 
they cannot tendle them. Ttey 
must te stem, never cruel. A 
dog is trained by jerking his 
leashed colter. He must not te 
struck at anv time. Training s«i- 
sicms are held in off-dutv hours 
and (tfficers must use additional 
precious at-^bme houra to. fur- 
ther the instruction. 

Once the dogs have mastered 
the preliminary hand si^al 
training, they will advance to 
more complicated instructions. 
They will learn to climb ladders, 
scale 12-foot walls, creep into 
a building and seek out a hidcfen 
person, and many other invalu- 
able lessons. 

Upon "graduation" the dofs 
will te a rieht hand to their 
handlers, eauipped to meet any 
situation. They could ^eU he 
the difference tetween life and 
death to their officers. 

"Believe me, I'd rather^ have 
i dog with me in an emergency 
than a eun," Capt. Stone said. 
"Any officer would," 

REWAID OFFEIED 

ARAOOHIa — TTie Aragona 
^ecce^QD jCent^ has tx^ted a 
fei^4 iQf .SitiQ Tor infomuitton 
leading to the arr^ and wn- 
viction of th(»e r»poi}sIhle for 
the recent wave of vandalism and 
dam^ teii^ inflicted. 

NiUMRHtt cases of wta^w 
smasttflg, car dam^^, and 
br^k-h£ at tte R»»'MiSon Cen- 
ter teve be^ sq;iorted. 




10c; Lywi^vwJf^lOj^ hours and $1 for each foC 

l^mihavenMtKHi^-I^O, up 1 lowing 24-hotir period. At tte 



ginia Beach, 

The sales lax <or<fimmce, '^ 
pu$tA on s^eond ftediiic calls 
for tte «ax to fo Mitt eltest June 
I. Patterned after ordinanoes of 
netghboring oitka, the ovdiiunee 
places a 2 pe» 6«Bt li« on Hmm 
over 14 cents «q> to $4. 

Council aoo^ted tte bu^ 
ordiflanoe as ptaeatpA'by pty 
Manager W. Russell Ralchett 
but am«d^ h to inchide a 
$1(K)0 annual iiK:r^M each in 
the sahtfies ctf tte city maaager 
and tte two Oicoit Court jijdies 
RKhard B. Kellam ami Robert 
S. Wateb. Jr. 

In oth^ action, couMiL 

• Af^mmKi three ^dkki^ 
taxicabs for Beach Tilki % 
re(X>mmendbd by Pdloe Chief J. 
B. Moore. 

• Ap(»oved an mvUeance 
auttoriaa^ 1^ aoq^Wdn d 
property, suements and 4^n^r 







thatl 



• iNbVweid a lease whh Kab- 
ler Hail Estate at Sndbridge for 
a piiblk; parking 

• AooouBced thati 
Day ia piamied for 
flutter details will te 
at a later date. 

• Heard a resolution from 
the 9ayiide Biisii 
sodation asking 

eorou|^. Bay« 
Lawieace Ma 
tte autterities _ „ 
flhal decision on Its 



ei^tended water lines and $500,- 
000 for capital ^uimmimi, 
hieltidim tte nef^paiie pk- 
cinct, a new puMl^ library ami 

en pasa 5 



AhUt^Spm^time 




I 



Dtirinf ^>ring vacation's, a young man's fancy 

400]^ of-— 'y^ee, no ^ooL And theae three yoL.., 

Oeft to rigfat) Richafd D^, Mark Soott Maitert and 

CWlson, ue maJdtt Ac nunt of their freedom thys with t 

to s^nic Seadtore^te P«k. 

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VI»INIA aiACH SCN, Thurdty, Af^il 15, 1965 
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CACEMENTS 




Mb§ B«ity Sue Huns 



HARKS ^ TAUMiX 

SCaipRVttLE, N.J. — Dr 
•ad fin. Acl>ert W. Harris of 
firuMtenurt Fwm, SM^rvUle, 
New ^umyi umowm* Ae m- 
gagerfKHi ^ ttek dra|^to. Miss 
Bcit< Sue H«ms» to M«hoii« 
J . H)r Twrall, UI, son of Mr. 
diid Mrs. MiAt»e T. Twrall, Jr., 
d Virginia Beach, Virguua. 

Iiltkfc Y^uris was ^dusted 
(eo«t||^-|<te Baptid ^^copal 
Scho<4 Men^ftam, New Jetsey, 



ScwUtcm SeaiiMn Junior Col- 
lege, and wfll gifadvate froiA 2*to- 
tersburg (Va.) Geaerai Ho^N 
School (rf Nursing in June. 

Mr. Tumik is a« akiiuuM of 
Vtr^QiH llUhary Institute a 
BCtartMf of iUraa Alpha Om, 
and is employed asJuveag^i^ 
for ScKhiQiberger Well Sum^- 

a^ C3(»poratioa, Art^ia, Nkw 

A Sej^mber | weddtog -» 




WEDDING 






lb»'idci«y^iie in wfcich 
Mch iiuii^iaaal is abte tt> de- 
velop his full potential; to Jbe- 
i^ome die bM( that he can, by 
mdcing the i^t of hu capt- 
bilftics. 

■A^ering p^h a society 
wbuld be a trwinph, Iml it 
woiild become the ideal society 
Offer WkM uA peraoii 4g db- 
«H lh« ^. laleali. «ii4 

yilhid Uqi. 
L toward this go^ Ae 
w<^d have lo be 
10 mv^t m hiinseU, but 
he m^ alio Med th« o«Of«r»- 
tiOB of oihecs- 
ll iMKial. «At»s Uw eoi^ 

aj^^birt we inir&k of 
oi|| ipM «ii ^H, t^ la our 

1Wmm»1 CMildao 
Tl» YWCA 0tm 

* jpso- 
■eate fK each 
beM <M9^ a 

^ecftl arrest 
m4 ff^p affairs, 
week (April 18-25) is 
^^9^ YWCA Week, a week 
of rededicatka'by YWCA mem- 
ben m all SO states lb those 
ideals <^ Christian service on 
which the organization was 
fovadM aaoie iliii a ceaixty 
•afft. 

An— Pastels and Water Colors 

10-12 aooo '^V Office 
Di» Coup^ — 1-3 p^n. "Y" 

0«M 
Swi nuM i f C avaJfer liotet ycwl 

3:3^1:30 p.a. 
Sw^Hoin — Ci^ralier Hotel Pool 

i'^ p,m. adUk ud teenagers. 
Co-fd ftr^Ke & Co-ed Art — 

"^3^9:30 p.ta. -nf" OfBce 

Swiinming Cavafier Hotel Pool 

3ka0-4:3O p.to. 
Teiuits — 12:30^.2:30, Va. Beach 

Hig^ School Tennis Courts 
Judb— '7-9 p.m„ Va. Beach H^ 

School Gym 

WciMMajr -> AjNli 21 
Duplicate Bridger-10-12 noon 

•*¥" Office 
Swimming Cavi^er Hotel Pool 

3:30-4:30 p.m. 
Golf — 10-11 a.m. Stumpy Lake 

Coif Course 





Mrs. George W. D(»ier, Jr. 

(Simmons JHwto) 




Miss Edytbe Sharon HmvcII 

crfARtMTON, S.C. — 
CWO ttrf^. Albert Wilson 
Howell, tmmi^ of Virginia 
BealA, ainnnce ^ fogafe- 
ment of thetr* daughter, Edythe 

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Tkursday — April 22 

Chinese Brush Painting 10-12 

noos -.- "Y" Office 
Swiquaing -rr Cavalier Hotel 

*o0-5:3O.4:3O p.m. 

WmMf -^ April 23 

Silk Screening — 10-12 noon 

"Y" Office 
Swimmii^ — Cavalier Hotel 

IVkA— 3:3p-4:30 p.m. 



MSMMS — DOZIER 
VIRGINIA BEACH — Miss 
Cathrine Aim Meeks became 
the bride of Oaorge WMbwr 
Qooier Jr. ^aday at 4 p.fls. is 
the Virnnia Beach Metbodis)t 
Church. The Rev. Beverfy F^, 
pastcv of the church, officiated. 
The biifcte K a dau^ter of Mr. 
aad Mrs. Eh^&t Ray M^eks of 
1616 Indiana Ave. The bricfe- 
{j^dOBi thfi scM of Mr. and Mrs. 
Geooe WffiJtt Poder of 230 
La vallette Ave., Norfolk. 



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•lAeeks, ^e^her 
tvide, Thomi 
Chvks 



be4n elected president of the 
Poei^ntas Village Garcten Club 
at the regular monthly meeting 
held at the home of Mrs. G. L. 
O'Neal. Also elected were Mrs. 
C. W. McAllen, first vice presi- 
dent; Mrs. Andrew JohnscMi, Jr., 
second vice presi4e&t> Mrs. p. 
V. Banious, recording searetai^; 
Mrs. B» T. McCuilough, cor- 
responding secretary; ^m. J. D. 
MacLeod, historian; and Mrs. 
W. C. Riter, hreasiirer. 

Also enjoyed was the pro- 
gram on "Litterbugging" pre- 
sented by the Pocahontas Vil- 
lage Junior Garden Club. 

The new officers will be m- 
stalled May 22 at the annual 
luncheon meeting to be held at 
the White Heron. Installing of- 
ficer will be Mrs. August H. 
Calp|epper, president of the 
Viipnia Beach Council of Gar- 
den Clubs. 



The bride was ^nn in mar- 
riage by her father. Her sister, 
Mrs. Mary White, was matron of 

l&kar Meeks, sister U tiM bnde, 
and Miss Ann To^. Iliie bririJal 
gown was silk fi^ tria«fpM 
w^ aleBO(» tace wm^ 
train, bow at waist iy btckr 
pcunied sbeves, adtf 
veil ol EngMi iiiuaUi liraflfed 
froaa Qu^^ crowaV 7^ 

B4fu Meeks, bro^i eT tie 
bride, WM besi mam. 
Groomsmen wece Ch»%^ 



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dan fitab was' 
te gres 
De Forrest Tilly, ^esi 
Earl Hansen, 2213 B 
Lynnhaven Colony was , 
tess. Mrs. B. O. Arke an 
Harold Davidson were 

hOttOMS. 

The program included mmriea 
of Delteven Ganku naite by 
one of the members. 

Baylake Fines Garden Oub 
judg^ the flonl arran^msats. 
Mrs. B. O. ftu-ke, Mrs. Earl 
Hansen, Mra. C. D. RelstM mi 
Mrs. B. W. Williams were 
awarded blue ribbonii 

Red were awarded ' to Mrs. 
Wer^ Reelitz, Mrs. G^M-ge 
Condon, Mrs. A. B. Nicolls and 
Mrs. R. C. CavCTly. A yeltow 
was awarded to Mrs. B. /. Wa-, 
ters. Mrs. Harold Davidson and 
Mrs. J. R. Cobb received hon- 
orable mentimi. 

In hortfcutore Mrs. Werner 
Reelitz, Mrs. Etfiel Pitts, Mn. B. 
I. Waters and Mrs. A. B. NicoHs 
were awarded bhie ribb(»s. A 
yellow was awarded to Mrs. 
George Conoon. 



fVACAnONOIG AT HOME 

VIRGINIA BEACH ^ Car- 
olyn and Charles Ansell, daugh- 
: ter and son Of Mr. and Mrs. L. 
Hope AnseH <A Bay Colony, are 
spending the spring holidays 
with their parents. Carc^yn is a 
senior at William A Muy, and 
Charles is a sophomore at VPI. 

Carolyn was entertained re- 
cently with a luncheon given by 
Mrs. David B. Wilkin»)n of 
Norfolk. Those present were 
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Marks and 
Alvin B. Marks, Jr. of Waynes- 
boro, Miss Janis Gustafson of 
Arlington, and Charles Ansell. 

Also honoring Miss Ansell 
was Miss Molly Knee who host- 
ed a luncheon for her and her 
bridesmaids at her home in Bay 
Colony. 




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Summer is now in full bloom at Rost Hall. Widfst 
selection in everything. 

ContinuiHg Our Sale of Spring Merchandise 
S0% to 50% Off 

Open Monday & Friday evenin^^ tU 9 p.m. 



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- 4rill6»llA WJiC» ^ The 
MaMi tweting of the C%pe Hen- 
ry-l^4he-S«i Garden Ohi^ w»t 
l«M Bt the home of Mri. lot M. 
Wition « Witch Din* Wrtm, 
widi «h« fjfesfdem. Mrt. OHmtr 
I. Dee, Sr., pTe«idhi». 

Mn. Herman White-. M^W^. 
F. Apr^l^, Jr.. w»d Mr$. wan 
ton were appoint^ bv the fkt*\- 
dent to the nominating commit- 
tee. 

A progrtm <rf "iaptnm 
PUmet Arr«neenient«" was nre- 
lented by Mrs. Applcb?. «^er 
Whfeh luncheon was geti^ by 
Mm. Watson and Mrs. WHHe. 

Mn, Ai^Ieb^ mm the hiye 
award for ahuiwcTiait. iM ^ihe 
horticultural awards ««nt to Mn. 
Die. three hlu»-. Mrs. WatwMi. 
M«o bIwBs; Mfii. White, one Mue; 
•ad Mrs. A|^bv, one bloe'. 

Deh^tates and memheri; who 
attended the District Meeting of 
the Virginia Federation <^ Otr- 
den Clubs were Mrs. White. Mrs. 
M, W. NonHtaeer, Mrs. Watson, 
and Mrs. Applebv. Mrs. Apole- 
by was honored with a Ltfe 
Membership in the Virginia Fed- 
ovtioo at ^e mMtfi^. 

Mrs. Donald White of Witid- 
¥» RcMd, Bay Colony, who is 
asiociated with BeMh Travel 
Servk%, has just returned from 
a 2-week ^p to ^ain and Por- 



ftAY (M!i iii Vl^lNJA BEACH SUN. fhUtsday> A^HI 1^, 1965 



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BAY axxmr-^'ne Aprti 

mwtiM of die Bay Cbkmy Gar- 
den CJutb was held recently at 
tha Mnc^s Anne Countix^ Club 
with tiim president, Mil. W. C. 
Ha^»x, presidmf. 

Mrs. J. A. Vandtr^cte, pro- 
gram chairman, intfO(nj<^ the 
gurat-speaker. Mrs. Gilbert Tat- 
man, who prescn^ an iMtere^- 
ijg l«su« on "Hratw." 

Mrs. E. H, Al^srtniMi and 
M«. Jame^ G. Reld, Jr. were 
awarded blue ribbons for ttiek 
exhibits. Red awards went to 
Mrs. W. Earl Willw, Mr^ Wil- 
liam Kidder,' Mrs. J. E. Healy, 
Mrs. E. H. Rean. Mrs. E. F. 
Blake, Jr., Mrs. A. T. Moo^, 
Mrs, K. K. WaRace, tad Mft. 
PhUip G. Dcnmar. 

YeMows were awarded to Mrs, 
Donald W. Cuthrell, Jr., M^. 
Willis, Mrs. D. H. Spltdi. Jr., 
Mrs. Joseph Butt, Mn. Renn, 
Mrs. Reid, Mrs. I. F. Marshal), 
Jr., and Mrs. W. D. SlaSlingi. 
Mrs. W. H. Dickinson, Mrs. A. 
M- Broc*s, Jr., and Mrs. D. A. 
Braiderd were awarded white. 



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CATAUERGC 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
iMxt meeting of the Cavslier 
Garden Oub will be held Wed- 
^day at the Princesi Anae 
CounU7 iGub with tlw presided, 
Mrs. L. O. Oark, Jr., pr«iki^|. 

Guest speaker will be MtB. 
Mtltked J^nson «^ose suliject 
will be "How to Make Beach 
Ht^ aad Bags" 




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nYMR- BMHty SMMrt k 'HIm naaMi U«kl 

Oaly tb« very younf can manafc a hd^r-skaltar aon- 
ehalance with any (fi^r«# of soeceu! Good froominff i> the 
secret of a fray-haired n4y'k chana. Very often, a weQ-des^ned 
coiffure is the very seerat of hkt fre^, youthful eppearanee! 

M4 LASKIN ROAD, VWQUIIA BbACH M«M GA Mltl 

Oim NORFOLK LOCATtOH 

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A NEW ROOF^ can be made a part 
of your home improvement "pack- 
age" with a Mutual Federal first 
mortgage Home Improvement Loan. 
You can improve or enlarge your 
home with a very modest increase 
in your present monthly payments. 
Come in —let's talk! 



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BILL MACDONALD*S 

•IMANCCK ROAO , 

Vs. Besch Unlisr & Sii||iiy G«. 

lumbftr ami fHywoed gA to tiu^ 

0A8-2d81 

OPEN SATURDAYS ~ AU DAY 

HARDwXr£— BUILDING MATERIALS 
Mtor HemM and Osnitm Mm GMmr 




. (left to fight) Mrs. Che^er fto<!riquez, Mrs. LeRoy Soffee, Iris Soffee, SaHy*Pitoier 
and Marsh Helstead. • 

The taenagen wetx* swit\giqg 
\t&t ^N^kend at (he I^eppermint 
IxHude in Vi^ihria Bl^h. The 
combo, kncMwn as the Ipvadcn, 
RHKfe a, hit with i^ ^ouii^ set. 
The tmik. played by tiwse ycwni 
men was very good ilot only for 
dancUig, but aho en^yable list- 
ening. ' ; .^j, ^- t 

FfH'ihal attire is not itiquiied 
at this club but all were fleiidy 
dressed. This reporter feels they 
were drened Ui mom s^iMy 
llran a lot of tfie older cro^ 
for die dancing or .the ,- 4wist, 
Watust and the many ^o^Cf en- 
eiiettc~daii|fies.''. ". '-''\>_y' - 

Hie buKi meitib^ akq di«w 
attention with .th^ir red <^ats 
tnmmed with g^d braid and 
after intermission appeared ih^ 
jacketl of green ako decorated 
in. gold. 

Secsk dancing were Bob 
Bi% ^WmO,- G«y 
, », J«i*r Mttflift and 
Mr. Md Mn. H( MMteei. 

It was Muzii^ to find Aift so 
many who attend ihii 6liib 
come from Portsmotttlu. Norfolk 
and- C^sapeake. WhJk talking 
to OlMir lla^d^^,.liie 'own- 
ef , H told a^ th» m^ 
chaf^ ii|o [ll^rfij^^t^^ 6i 

the eBlt» ais^wlKli^^^^tiMN 
bMdd :io jpomt: 0^$«^nH!^ 




(left to right) Bob Young, Bob Schratwieser, Betty Hart^, 
Guy Gcannone, Judy Maggio and Mr. and Mrs. Uietenback. 







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RevoH^Sait (DA«^ is^' jl;^^ 
at. the hqlM <?f>%.p.^¥**i«# 

Ow^ t. -Moore; ^^itmm, Vad 
Mrs. J.;i5eWtesr 

£te. Alio 
teoce ■" wwe "Mrs _.,.,,., 
rector" of* Distfiet I,' ssvi Mrs 
Ben^ UniKc.' 

An eleptitHi . Q|i< ,0ffi6ert ^ w|ts 
held Mid Mrs. BtytB^ ^ Wanted 

in^iit'; - '',.■.': :.; , ■. 

^icitl Juest of hoik^r was 
Sunn Fox, "fifUi ^rau& student 
of W. T. CodiEe) lolibDf, who is 
a wiaiier f| llcofid fii^ «i|f the 
Dist^ -I hiflorV essay {^Ntest, 
whk^ Ae C^^r fp^aort. 



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' '••'BAND^»- J^ack PifcTag^ent, Guitar ; Rimnie li,iw(ier^ 
'}onny R«se, Saj<; 1> n ^ulsenl)e ry. llass; Jcie Ha 
O^ao ami J. B. Mil a*' :uu1, l)run;s. 



Ares Hi SchlMis Among Wmsffs 




VKGINIA BEACH — Vir- 
^i& Beach high schools were 
among the winners at the Culin- 
ary show held r«»ntly in Nor- 
folk Municipd Auditorium, 
sponsored by the Tidewater 
BraiKrh of Food Service Execu- 
tives. 



Winners from the Virginia 
Beadi high schools were: Mar\'- 
ellen Winant, Kathy ChuilH, 
Barbara Ubbin, Judy Miessau 
and Bonnie Gurganus of Prin- 
cess Anne High School and Jane 



Kinner of Cox H||h Scluidi 
awarded blue ribboiMi. 

Red ribbons were tmrcl^ /to ; 
rtnet Jennings, fiartara LWiin^ ; 
Linda Wood, Nfary Taylor^ Sot?, 
ja Alked and Peinief{0t;imctt 
of Princess Anne Hii^^^^in^ 
and Teny Russo and Connie 
Heusel of Cox High Sci^.,, '* 

Wh^te ribbons awijd^ to 
Christine Hendrix of Virg'iua 
Beach High School, Jtad febr 
ney Becknell, Pam Joyn^r, tee' 
Laughtcm of Princess Aane High 
School. 




. Fkst dacf wimiera from Princess Anne High School are (left to right) Bonnie GurganuiL 
Cathy ChuilU, Barbara Libbin, Judy Miessau, and Maryellen Winant. Th^ were awarded $10 
each. 



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S«ft^ On TwfEi WNtIt 

j^« h^r a grtat deal these days abogt ing ili^ai turns, riding several abreast, 
tfyi ' evtr increMing prc^em of traffic impairir^ the '^w of traffic? Now often 
aalfrty. In particular, en^hasls is ^|i^ hav^ wd, H drl^s, had to swerve to 



dw^ on safety arnor^ teen^^ ct<'i^$ 
In many areas of the stlte, there are nrK>r^ 
accidents involving te^|i{^ than an^r 
fiUmr group. This past M^Nliiid tfiere wer^ 
^wifeen traffic ckaths on Virginia's filgh- 
^1^. Ten q4 Wio%e killed were ieend^H 



avoid hitting one of tf^M young lawbreak- 
ers? The ro^df ind stre^ of our city today 
are too crowcM for these offenders and 
their disrespect for the laws. 

Rrst of M, we ar| not certain these bike 
riders even bebng cm the busy highways 




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Virginia B<?ech can be proud of its safety and streets, but they are there. We cannot 

reeord in recent years, especially with the dictate what precautions their parents 

ir^m^ 'm autonusbiles. But accidents still should take, but as the parent of a young 

Mft4 rniW»y tpO#iiWri #rf fnvpived. chjld ourselves, we intend to dictate the 

^ ttje rtawns for , aaydents In- saf^'hatits of our own. Our children will 



vo^^l 



liirwmery are fvu4mt. Many show be tnifht a healthy respect for the law as 



off fc^in^ th^ wheel: ^her» simply are 

^OfW have b^m drfnMng. lut 

if' ^»e category #»at seems to be 

1^' riot rv^^The law. " 
^^^st tif^t s<xne ^ this disrespect 
ig^pf vioiati^ <^ H)e Ifw t^an 
^^ even l^&e ihty werfi l4d 
enough to drive an ayJonx^le. There are 




'ftemtmbW Y911 W^re Warned 





lintViar With T«p 



well, jf they break fh%fu^^M U up to u$ 
to pwrwih before they are injured, or 

kiijt:'^ . 

now fan we expect these same bike 

|ri#ars, s^ used to breaking the laws, to 

(^nge when they get behind the wheel 11' 

ol a high powered automd>ile. The poli<^ 

canrwTt im in all places at all times, but if 

9n offk»r sees a bike rider violating the 

laws governing bicycle riders. Unfortunate- law, be should issue a warning then, not 

ly "they are nqt adherM| ^ enough, and wait until the bike rider becomes a menace 

worwp still, they >rf apparently rKjf ^ ^W a^mobile driver. 

fonaaiel strongly 4no4^h. mere are more bikes ifld ykelldireon 

Mfhy ii the ayt<¥T©bile drivMsr who has tbe roadi now than ever before. They, must 

had his ndrves shat^red by a reddess abide fey the rules of traffic safety and of 

bicycle rider. And these same ridem have good comnrK>n sense. Otherv^se, we fear 

been responsible, either dlr^tly or indi- for our lives when they are old enough to 

rectty, forn^anyMltdrn^tearadents. How trantfer from a two-wheeled vehicle to a 

many times have we «ien children on four-wheeled vehicle. Safety cm the roads 

ig on tht wtor^ sicto el #» shc^td begin early. If It doesn't, the conse- 

fgnoring st^l^s, stoplights, rtK^- quences Can be deadly. 



mi^mt Fumi Raltfng 

^ Hie V^l^ SocMy for Crip^ Chikbwi and AditAi 

^y an indej^ndent &ister Seal Cam- citi2»n$ ^ determine for themselves the 

If directicHi In which rehabilitation services. 

Jf is a c^i^tion we hear rK)w and then for crippled children and adults shall go; 

,0» that W0 want to answer, toth for to urukiftake innovations in service,- to seek 

(mnMvi^ and ^ Easter Seals. new areas of treatment; to encourage for- 

^ in Am«'ica ai^ jealous of our inde- ward meting activity; to stimulate growth 

p^Amos, our right to determine how we and expansion. 

^n our money, how we spend it. We "It assures control of vital rehabilitation 

l{^ .fo know when our fellow Americans programs at every level — national, state 



Last week, we called your attention to said "Virginia Beach is a non-profit organi- 
AAonday's public hearings on the new zation, but it wasn't meant to be that way. 
operating budget an don j^ i/^^ inqhuse It fust happened." 

tax ordinance. We called^ the hearings ^ ^e believe the budget is a good one. 

^r attenlJon in ^n edfforlal and*n a news It Ts a tigWt budget and all-encompassing.t?'*,^ °' spanning lt.5 miles of 
story on the front page. - It takes every aspect into consideration and 

The hearings were held as schaidyled. appropriates as much as possible to needed 
Thfre were lots of empty seats. Not^ly areas, particularly parks and recreation. We 
that, but many of those seats which were- only wish noore could be given for that 
illed were occupied by city officials. We purpose. We^ do not like to see taxes in- 
can only draw two conclusions from the crease, but we do see the need, 
apparent lack of interest in two such im- On the sales tax question, the opposi- 
portant Items. Either the citizens of Vir- tion a^ the public hearing can only be de- 
ginia Beach are fully satisfied with all the «crib^ as "token". This is as it sh^ld be. 
Implications and ramifications of th(|,jnew It is a needed tax, howeyer painful. The 
budget and the sales tax, or apathy won only weak poirit brought out at the hear- 
out 6yer interest. We were sony to ^ee so Ing wg% collection. Certain merchants 
few people there, if not to criticize, at least wdulcTfike to see fewer exemptions, allevi- 
to ask questions. There were several ating what they consider a complex book- 
public-spirifed gentleman there who dues- H<^ping problem. But in doing away with 
tioned the wisefom of City C^utMSl lliey the exemptions, we feel that more head- 
were answw^ directly ar»ci qulclcJy. Ar%d ich®* a"d criticisms would be created, 

eM>ecially if tf I services and 'articles >A^re 

ti&ed. The Virginia Beach sales tax plan is 

oijensibly the same as that of Norfolk. It 

must be this way, or else confusion would 

abound. If there are any inequities or 



* ^^ CHAkLES, Va. — Vi^ittia'i gifuidc Oietipatke 
tey J^di^Timiiel #ffl aM its frAlilM^i^ Wmt^f by h- 
&M^ in tmad «i tlM oAitai^H^ d^^AleiuK ett^ment (rf 

ftp y^- ^ k ^ 

Tl» award is presented annually l^ the American, Sociely of 
0^ Wujgmst, ^ same group that ia 1962 hailed the 2l-mito 
$200,6(^000 Bridge • Tunnel 
pri^ect as one of me s^en mod- 
uli engineering wonden of the 
world. 

The ASCB said tfie Wt^- 
Tunnel wutow\y edged out !^w 
York^ gkfflofoos VerrazaiK>- 
Narrows Bridge, Chicago's Cen- 
tnd Dbtfict FiltriMkin ^ant, and 
the Lc» Angles County Flood 
Control and Water Conservation 
Project, now i^Merving its SOth 
year as a pionei^f hi iti ffdid. 

Wal(k) G. Bowman, publisher 
of Engineering News-Re(iDrd and 
inamediate past president of the 
ASCE, will present the award in 
a ceremony at the Bridg^Tunnel 
administration building here. It 
will be accepted by Lucius J. 
Kellam, Chairman of the Qiesa- 
peake Bay Bridge and Tunnel 
Commission. 

Attending tlw ceronony will 
be representatives of the engin- 
eering and constnictil^^ratf 
responsible for the aodadous 



apparently %9y went aw«y satisfied Their 
questions \^erf well fourwjed, aMd raltay 
several interesting and fnllghtening points! 
The questions' slewed they had anWyz^ 
the budget and had examined It cirefully. 




Nve problems and then find ways to help 
th^. Wt Ukf to look for neyv and better 
w^ f or all of us to live. 

fl^t Is the spirit of tt^e voluntary hei^th 
nfw#ment #iat has put our nation In the 



and local — by informed and strongly 
motivated boards of trustees. 

"It assures freedom to determine budg- 
ets in response to needs of the crippled in 
each community father than in relation to 



foftfront of all nations in seeking and the financial requirements of a rwmber of 



creating better health and better lives for 
our«*tves f nd our neighbcH-s. As Alexis de 
tocqueville, the great French social philo- 
sopher, observed: 

"These Americans are the most peculiar 
people in the worW. You'll not believe me 
when ! tell you how they behave. In a local 
nity in their country a citizen may 
co*K«iye pf some need which is not being 
met. What does he do? He goes across the 
street and discu$$4H it with his neighbor. 
Then what happens? A committee comes 
into existence and the rommlttee begins 
fui^Mt^ in behalf of that nwd."" 

tr* P*'»er Seat Society advance! sevfral 
^sons for Its stand on an Inde- 



other agencies and the ability erf a separate 
uncommitted fund raising organization tp 
provide for all. 

"It fosters flexibility, acceptance of new 
t^hniques, creative approaches through 
legislation, involvement In research for de- 
monstration projects. 

"If attracts dynarnic volunteer action, 
interest, sup^^ort, and opportunity for 
personal participation, at the same time 
creating in the volunteer a sense of per- 
sonal responsibility and commitment to the 
successful financial operation of his 
agency." 

We bellevf these are valid reasons for 



We wonder how many othfrs did the lame, "rough spots" in the ordinance^ we feel 

With no fear and trepidati^, wf $ay, ''not th«t the Gerleral Assembly will clear ail 

®"ough". that up when it passes its General Sales 

The City Manager discutw:! the budget Ta^ Law. Then rules and exemptions will 

and the sal^ lax ordinar«:e generally and all be the same everywhere, 

answered many^of our questions. We hope tfie City Manager and several Council- 

that those who -ask these same questions nnf n thanked those persons who appeared 

later, after passage, will feel properly before the public hearing with their ques- 

ashamed that they were not present to tions and criticisms. They said it showed 



receive an excellent explanation 

As far as the budget was concerned, the 
raising of the real estate tax received scwhe 
opposition. It was fully explained that this 
is necessary to hie6t grbwih^ demands.. 
But it was further pointed out that Virginia 
Beach is stjll a "lowtax city", considerably 
lower than surrounding areas. Of\e classic 
remark was made by a Councilman. He 



interest and a healthy atmosphere. We 
agree. There should have been more In- 
terested persons there. Remember, you 
were warned. We hope we, won't hear you 
criticizing the sales tax or the budget on 
the streets of the City of Virginia Beech in- 
st^d. We thoroughly enjoyed the public 
'hearing, and we learned a fot. Sorry most 
of you weren't there. 




an Indf^rident Easter Seel Campa ign and 
we urge support of the Society and its 
ight of responsible local Easter S«at Canripaign. * 



TIffi VIRGINIA B5ACH OPPN FOR|Jm 

Dear Mrs. Padrick: a temporary award was made to last award is jweseitfed to me by 







lying has been one of the more and child i|ioold be farniliar with som^ of 
pensive pleasures which the impc«tant 'tXDN'T^" of kite flying: 
enjoyed. For hundreds Don't use * tinsel string, wire, or any 



>avv 



Hhai 



m 



en a national pastime in twine with metal in it. Don't fly a Mte with 
*metime« connected mft^l In the framlg or tall. Don't fly a kite 
^monies or superstition, in the rain. Don't run across streets or high- 
lese, Koreans and olfws ¥/4ys while flying a kit*. Don't fly a kite 
jf-.w'X kites resembling dra- ovi^r TV or radio aerials or near electric 

power lines — If a kite becomes entangled 
in electric power lines, leave it there and 
don't toucn the string' or in any other 
manner attempt to g^ it down. 

Whether you are flying a dragon or a 

butterfly or oo^ of the familiar diamond 

1 tb§ ^t^9^ 9' ore, these 

aaieiy uon'ts'* stifl make sense. They spell 

Nl r^lilr^d th«r tl^e tl^ difference between safe fun and pos- 

. ipatt and ever^ p^^t siWs serious Injury. , 



*i, fish, even musical kites 
d flying becarne and 

■tiflf- 
mucb simpler i^ fh» 
A/inds and weatfiw' of 

Of diiWnm. 



Your column was a "human 
interest" masterpiece, although 
I look ratijgr sUlv in the nunSu- 
eap. "% ' ' 

I have been concerned and 
emba^sed along with our Di- 
rectAC Mrs. Lois Nelson, by the 
poc« response in diis area, as 
tog^er we have devised plan 
aft» jpfaiB to rtimulate the im- 
proveiJMnt so desperately needed. 

The Norfolk Office now holds 
my first official 10-gaIlon pin, 
which has teen in the making 
since September 2p,1963, when 



CAR HITS BOY 



VIRGINIA tEACH — A 5- 
year-iokf clrtd was struck by a 
car Saturday afternoon on Pa- 
cific Avenue when he reportedly 
ran into the street in frffltt of 
the moving^ vehk^fc 

Wayne D. Kiptrin? of 517 Pa- 
cific AvenutI suffered a brain 
Iconcussion and bH^ratiidas of 
the head. 

Patrolman R. A. Qrilt said 
Bie accident occurred about 6 
p.m. whep the boy dashed int 



me, by^Congressman Thomas A. 
Downing. 

It is my desire as soon as this 



THE KIP 
HiSrOttCAL SOCIfTY 

CN^ r«mm$ Anne 
wmr 

Historic hricfs about tht area 
iww known as VirgtHia B09ch. 



In the Historic Garc^ Week 
Gukte Book ttn 1965 b this 
listing: "Kem|»ville Court 
Hoiae. Built before 1789. Now 
iust a shell wifti an u»»rtain 
future." Perhaps some interested 
pcrHJn "will change the word 
"uncertain" to safe. Surely those 
wils wto:h -hewd triah of trea- 
soHj some warranted some un- 
wiirant^ foUfmiiig the Revolii- 
tionary War, deserve to stand. 
Su^ly the framework, mute 



-testimwiy to, as Mr. Charles R^ boy s were injured in a 1-car 



Cross Ir. in his book The Q)un- 
ty Court of Noitdk County, 
wtii^: "that remaitable institu- 
tion that was the County Court 
sjstem" should be preserved. 
Perhaps the ghost of the young 



shed into ipaa^ fJiiMstly accds^ of; steal* 

ttie st|^ irt'^heJpatfj^pfs?^ cap Jl^ in 4783, and ^ii- 

"'" ° "" Pi:t, oj, (MtgH WT lack of evidln^ by 



drivep%'JaAKes"HiehrKPa:t,^?,| i^trged t*r lack of evid|n(^ 
of PriiKess Annfi. < The of ficcr the Cent lemfen Justices, will 
said the motorist's vision waf niqve to intwvene. He was Wil| 
obstructed by a bark«i w; Pade T^c^. T^e; Justk«s were James 
fas charged wjjli reckless driv- ' Taylor, Samuel Veale, Charles 
fcg. ' ' ' Connor and Tljomas NasJj. 



the Norfolk Chapter, to set m 
motion the National. Assn. of 
10-Gallon Blood Donors, when 
the No. 2 man appean. 

We hope that such a program 
will inspire, as \vell as stimulate, 
blood donor's through out tlie 
World, for wifli' IfO millioh 
U.S. Citizens a reserve should be 
available at all times. 

Thank you so much for your 
interest. I aiii mxH tte yirginii 
Beach Sun and your own atti 



citizens of ouf area, of present 
needs, as well as In the time of 

emergency. • 

Very truly 'yours, 
H. I. Jaffe 



Wys 



INJURED 



MALIBU — Two H-ycar-old 



collision recently at 
section of 'RoyiFFal| 
Malibu Drive. 



the inter- 

% T n \ 



Atlantic Ocean between the Vir 
ginia Mainland atd the Dehnar- 
va Peninsula. 

Located coitrallv on erne of 
the main New York-'Florida tra- 
vel routes but togged with the 
nation's highest toll rate (Ae 
project was jwvately financed 
whhout tax dd), the Bridge- 
Tunnel carri^ a traffic load oi 
1,129,017 vdiicles during its 
first year. This was 53.9% above 
the traffic carried by the seven 
ships of the J-ittle Creek Fen^ 
in their final year before being 
replaced by Uie Bric^e-Tunnel 
last April I5th. 

The traffic engineering firm of 
Wilbur Smith uid Associates had 
predicted in 1958 that 1,835,000 
vehicles would «ross the Br^i^r 
Tunnel during i^ first ycar^ &-j 
ficials expect the facility to m' 
exceed die predicted daily av- 
erage of 5,027 vehicles this sum- 
mer, with heavy tourist t^vel 
flowing to and from the Virgiijia 
and North « Carolina beaches, 
nearby Cotonial Williamsbu^ 
and the New York Worid's Fair. 

The spectacukr crossing has 
proved to be a travel attilKtkn 
u itself. Motorists from every 



ha\w made apeciiit tefes ak»g tl|e 
ota coaM to tee the highly pub- 
Hciwd engineering wond^. 

TIm -ASCE award recogniiM 
the engineering pro)«n "which 
demonstntes die greatest engin- 
eering iki^ and represents the> 
greatest^;x>^tribudon to civil en- 
gineerflt inid iMuiund." Thp 
1964 ^rd went to the Glen 
Canyotf Dam on die Cok^ado 
River. 

Streteh^g acroas the l»oad 
juiKture it the Atlantk Oc»n 
and the Chesapeake Bay, the 
Bridge - Tunnel combines 12 
milef o{ concTi^e treble, two 
mile-long tunnels, four man- 
made isluKis, two steel bridges, 
two fflil^ of eaith fill cauwwav, 
and five miles of approach roads 
on shore. 



i 



»,|pesigner of tiie project was 
tht St. ^Loyis Missouri, ccmsuH-^ 
ing eiiguieering firm of Sverdrupt 
and Parcel. A team of four com- 
panies was the generals contrac- 
tor: Tidewater Camtruction Cor- 
poration, of Norfolk, Merritt- -^ r 
Chapman and Scott Corporation 
of New York, Raymond Inter-^ 
national Incorporated of fivtr'^^^ 
York, and Peter Kiewit Sons' 
Company of Omaha, Nebraska. 
American Brieve Diviskm of 
United States Steel was respon- 
sible for the sdper-structure of 
the two steel bridgesr. - 



SUNRISE SERVICI 
AT^DBipE 




AnnuaP 
will be heH 

morning at 6 a.m. at Sandbridge 
Beach. 

Workii^ with the Creeds 

Suritan members in coordinat- < 
g the program are pastors and 
chorus of Qic communiQr clubs 
serving the area. 

The Rural Oiurch Committee 



state and many foreign countries is coOrdinaUng the event 



"WE WILL BUfiY YOU" 

BY LT. EARLE T. HALE 
UTILITY SQUADRON FOUR 
MAS OCEANA 
(Fiwi la > series on ConniiMm to lit pnb lia lyd fiA week.) ' 

In 1919 Winston Churchill said : "Russia, like all great nations, 
is indestructible. Either sl^ must continue to suffer and her 
sufferuigs will disturb anj ctlrivulse the whole world or she 
must be rescued ... I s^y to the thoughtless, I say to the unin- 
structed, I say to tlie sin^ife, J say to the busy- YOU may aban. 
don Kus.sia, but Russia will not abandon YOU . . . You cannot 
remake the world without Russia. You cannot go on into victory 
and prosperity and peace and leave that vast JM-oportion of the " 
human race suffering torture in the night of barbarism." 

In the late 1950's Nikita Khrushchev said: "WE WILL 
BURY YOU." 

From that day in 1919 when Chiirchill made the solemn pro- 
ntnincement, to that day 40 years later when the leader of some 
nine hundred million souls made a projAecy of doom for the 
entire free worid, much has happened. 

Two catastrophic world wars and numerous "limited wars" 
this century have Uken over 35,000,000 lives without solving any 
basic problems. Today, at this very moment, the threat of a third 
worid war is the griin spectre that is before all mankind. 

— J — — „ If a third world war is to be averted, all -nnist know who is 

tude can do much to serve tbe pbstrucdng the universal desire for peace, so tliat all may act in ' 
■ ■ ' * ' ' Uiiison for their common survival. 

It is .our intent to explore the many faces of our possil)la 
destruction in the months to come. 

.^s the twentieth centur)r dawned on an unsuspecting vrorld, 
visitors to Russia were stunned- by the stark contrast between the 
splendor of the cluirch^dnd court and the Abject iwverty of the 
j)easants. It was not yet readily apparent tliat the industrial revo- 
lution wa already transforming the land. 

Modern textije. niiniug and metalurgical industries were being ' 
d^vejciped ajul oil fields were springing up in the Caucasus. The 
IVans-Siljefum railroad was pushed from Leningrad to the Pacific 
ix>ft of Vladivostok. Social reforms were J^ng pressed for and 
serfdom iTad already T^eiialwlisheirby 186L 

Thftt years .later, in IS^.seli-goveming rural cijuiicils first 
offeree! \\n p^^mts secidar ^uratioi, hospital cart a«^ indq)end. 

Smm andlrial by lilblfi'jijry/nrht 18|B0V saw laws for the 
|rtbn of cBilcl m^ fp^le l^b<w es^blikhcd, aiK| eirly in the 
rs limits were sit oiT hours tjf^ factory work.' '''■ 
^ 1'bese changi» ^rivusljr «n^^K^ tl* cstoe barriers which 
has supported the Russian monarchy for nearly three centuries 
and fomentefl^poputer demands for ojnsfilutional government. But 
Jsar Nicholas 1 1 disniisse^ theni as "Idle Dreams" and clung 
tfe«aaou% to Ins attt^rattc p^Mfr. supported by the Hutocracy 
and certain elements of the church. 

In the not^oo.distant future the Romanovs were to be con- 
fro^ With tlw iri»stil& iwakrtfc of Ithe Rtis^ p«»le to 
(re^m. "^ ^ 



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«^ tbe oiUy 

lam newspaper li^Le^|tem 
w^ Xttdy i^h* 
nor, co-«4^; 
Marty M,oon, 
co-editor; Gary 
Hilton, manai- 
mp edtt(^ and 
J I m Meyers, 
news eaitor. 
^fn^)^ of the 
itaff who were 
not able to at- 
tend dtt con- 
veMioQ were 
AUeo HawkM, Lissa Dean, Gene 
Babb, Dyan McKump, la^ 
Hamilton, Lynda OoriCe. l|.yn- 
da Dean, Bill Zaluski, Ridtsrd 
Krinw, Jesse Test, Pit Peity, 
Leigh Sharp, Jeauie CpcIuob, 
Theresa Pecsek, Charlotil TOt- 
iey, ^etft ^ak, ItAm fCit^t, 
Jefferscm Davis, Ken RiMsell, 
Mike ^loUer, and Kk Carboo. 
Sponsors attending the (x>a- 
vention from KHS were Miss 
Teddy L. Knight and Miss Ka^- 
leen C. Bailey. 

William fl. Fishback of the 
Richmond Times-Dispatch made 
|he following comments about 
the newspaper: "The Roundtable 
is a livelv newspaper . . . tha 
students have a good positive 
approach to newswriting and 
corrtinue to avcrid tiie dull, dated 
story opening. The best thing 
about The >Roundtable is th(|» 
writing. The stuctents work in 
good topics of current events 
and show a soooid. mature ajv 
roach to wliat thev coin»." 

Other entries from Virginit 
l^adi wer^ |h4 l^cdis Anni 
Fa^ which reipeived W honor 
rai^ (second place) and ^ 
Coxswain of Frank W. Cox High 
School which received an 
achievement award (third place). 
There were 321 scholastic 
pubHcations entered from 182 
secoI^iary sdiools in eight 
southern states and the District 
of Colunbia. 




FT..STORV MAIi 
ACCUSED OF THEFT 

^ VIRGINIA BEACH — A 
23-year-old Fort Story man has 
been charged with grand larceny 
in connection with the thdft €A 
a car last weekend. 

Clyde Alvin Bradley is schtd- 
u!»i to app^r in Municipal 
Court Monday aft^itewii f<»' a 
preliminary hearing on ttu 
charges. 

folice said f radley %%% been 
accused of taking a car owned 
by Etta C. Thomas of 2040 
Mingo Trail from where it was 
paited at 2Ist Street "and Atlan- 
tic Avenue Friday about 5 p.m. 

Bradley was arrested by Sgt. 
Bill Simmons Skipday about 
9:30 p.m. 



Looking over their handiwork on pubhcatibn day are the 
editors of the Portrait of Progress, the Civic Guide and 1965 
Yearbook, published by the Council of Civic Organizations of 
the City of Virginia Beach, Inc. Scanning the {^btication area 
^ft to right) Mrs. John Bradshaw, Assistant Edftof; Lewis 
"l^tirston, Advertising Editor; and William Di N^, Editor. Tti 
the first printing, 12,500 Mpiea wUl.be ftvailaaterThey may he 
obtained from all civic l^igues and member organizations, and 
eventually on numerous newsstands. The attractive cover was 
designed by Mrs. Uura Lamlfc. (photo by Phillips) 



VIRGINI^IffCHSUN^Thyrsdsy, N^%\%, If^S 



UNERALS" 



»A 



BOW CRBBK — 
Lee Perry Sr., 42, a Norfolk 
buMncssman, died to a Nic»folk 
hospital Thursday frt 5:30 a.m. 
after a heari attwk. He lived at 
609 Clubhouse Road. 

He was the opener of Cok>ii- 
ial Office Equipment Co. on 
Tidewater Drive. 

A native of Nash County, 
N.C., he lived here 2Vli ^»rs. 
He f<wmei|y was with Remmg- 
ton iRaod Corp. 

He was tltt husband of Mrs. 
Laurel EWlard Perry and a son 
of Mra. Ula Flowers Perry <rf 
Wake Forest, N.C., and the late 
Exum Perry. 

He was a member of St. Fran- 
cis Episcopal Choich, Norfdlk 
Elks Ux^ 38, Virginia Bach 
and Norfolk Oiambers of Com- 
merce and Hiram Masonic 
Lodg^ 40 of Rateigh. 

Besides his widow and mother, 
surviving are a daughter. Miss 
Phyllis Lee Perry, and a son, 
Kenneth Lee Perry Jr., both of 
Virginia Beach; five sisters, 



SALES TAX 



ELECTED TO^ 
MEMBERSHIP 



FREDERICKSBURG — 
Floraice Mae Reese, daughter 
of^r. and Mrs. H. Bates Reese 
of 4516 Shore Drive, Virginia 
Beach, a graduate <rf Prii^ess 
Anne High School, was elected 
to membership of the Mary 
Washington College Inter-duo 
Association during the second 
semester of 1964-1965. 

Miss ReeM belongs to the 
Chi Beta Phi and was recog- 
BitBd*with fifty^our other in- 
hhMes. 

' .... - . I i I ■ I > . ! ' i l l '' 

RUSSEU IS '007' 



T.A.H.B. AUXIUARY 

viRG!NL\ BEACH — "First 
4^ies of the U.S." will be the 
topic erf the luncheon program 
to be held at the April 21st 
meediig ol the TA.H.B. AuxU- 
iaty, it the F.O.P. CliA. 

Slides from the Smithsonian 
Institute wiU be shown' of each 
dress in the fhrst ladi^ tollo:- 
tlon, with an accompan;^ing text 
to be read by a narrator. 

The script describes the drus- 
es and will give a brief biog- 
raj^y of each first lady with ap- 
propriate backgroim4 ia'WUte 
House history. 




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m. SIMM / ARAGONA .' BAYSIOfi 



DAM NECK — Marvin J. 
Russell, a senior chief radarman 
aboard the carrier Enterprise is 
Dam Neck's answer to the James 
B6nd popularity. 

RusseU is the seventh man in 
the Navy to complete a special- 
ized course in Naval Tactical 
Data System Air Intercept Con- 
trol at the Fleet Anti-Air War- 
fare Training Center and appro- 
priately enough, he was given 
the designator W7. 

This course, begun at Dam 
Neck November 16, 1964, in- 
volves the directing of friendly 
air forces against enemy attack- 
ing aircraft and deals entirely 
with the computerized NTDS. 

Russell msixstA, instead (tf 
his new secret orders, his grad- 
uation certificate from Captain 
John L. Arringtt)^, i^mmanding 
officer trf^e center af a cere- 
mony April 5. Also at the pres- 
entation was 001, top spy, er — 
air controller Lt. (j.g.) Victor 
Greehquist, who like Ac spies, 
taught his underling the course 
of instructkm. 



TABLE SAW TAKEN 

HILLTOP — A table ^w 
valued at $280 was taken from 
a home umler conatructitm in 
Dogwood (^t% m bapk. of 
Lauel Manor, police said. The 
property is owned by the cbo- 
tractor, Thomas E. JHurlef.^ 

Officer E. G Casey responded 
and Detective Harry Seager^is 
investlgatit^. 



LEGAL NOTICES 



NOTICE OF SALE 

Notice is hereby given that 
at 10:00 a.m. on April 29, 1965, 
at Coates Motor Company, Inc., 
605 Virginia Beach Blvtl., Vir- 
ginia Beach, we shall offer for 
sale at public aucticm one 196!2 
Dodge t^rt, four door sedan, 
No. 5226 128956,. with acces- 
sories, which automobile was 
purchased by'Carl C. and Callie 
C. Cliftoft by condition sales 
agreement. Terms: cash at time 
of sale. The vendor reserves the 
right |o Nd. 

Virginia National Bank 
DREWAY & EVAf^ 

4-15-lT 



money ror tne uynnnaven dredg- 
ing project. 

• Called for a public hearing 
on 'ftnaatittiWiftn of rnriinsnifciiyii 
Bool^iNffdbutifid not set a date. 
Cky Etuineer Charles Kiley 
said 'he thought initial construc- 
^n might start in about 30 days. 

• Approval m second read- 
ing ihe following appropriations: 
$2,635 for a water main crossiim 
of Lynnhaven River; $5,0O0, Ju- 
venile Detention Home expan- 
sion; $64,200, KempivtUc sewe 
project; and $7,750, land ac- 
quisition for a sewage lagoon 
to serve tin nfcw C^ltrat Hos- 
pital of ViigMa Bea(Hi until the 
Mrvice can be provided by the 
Hampton Roads Sanitati<ui Dis- 
trfct. 

• Passed <n final mding an 
ordinance rehiring that a city 
license be displayed on all si|pD- 
boards or othtr advertising (IS- 
vhes along public ro^s. 



TWOINjyUED 

KEMPSyiLLE — Two men 
were injur^ and a 196S oMn- 
pac^ car completely deHholishik) 
tn a 1-bar collision Sunday tiig^ 
at the iMersecUofi of IHin^ss 
Anne and H^land Road. 

Police said tJhat Crutb Ray 
Parker, 37, <rf Norfolk has beito 
charged with redden drivi^ m 
die accident. The incident took 
place about 10 p.m. 

Patrolman R. L. Taylor r«- 
pofted that arkerV car started 
skidding as he came intt) a aaxst 
on Princess Anne Road and ap- 
parently ilid 123 tMit along ttie 
road with two wheels locked. 
He said it skidded another 100 
feet after leaving the pavement 
and appeared to have turned 
over three times before ending 
uprigljt against a tr«. . 

Parker suffered lacerations ol 
the scalp and neck aiKl innl^iple 
bruises. 

Vernon D- Etheridge, ^9, of 
Chesapeake, a pmsei^ u} fhe 
car, was more seriously injured 
with a broken hip, hMemd in- 
juries and lacerations. 



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Mn. Uupe K^mei^ of Nor- 
tu.x, Mn. AUcte Lle^ aad Mn. 
Mary Frances Hamm of Ra- 
le!^, Mrs. lean BttjbWl drUttlP 
roe, Mich., nd MriaoMe N«U 
Broadwell of K^rtrt^ fi.t.; 
md three, IxodMn, H. D. HH^ 
B. H. I^'rry and Dons Ihmf 
of Wake Fmm. * 

The body was tak^ ten 
Simttk Fioenl ^^mte ^W 
Ftv^t BpiKOf^ fitfEh ktf 
funeral servlM Si^^rA^ ^^ 
Rev. ClovtOB dr^t. 9tt^ 
was in Wcx^ain Menm-M 
Gardens. *' J,^ 

FREDL.I^|jrr "^ 

vH«3iNiA Bmm — Pn|4 

Lankford ftaley <rf Beach P!l^ 
Hotel di»l Thur^y. 

A native trf I^le, W.Va., he 
was a son of, iftonias I. aii 
Mrs. Martha Ltuftford Ftalhf/ 
He lived at Virpbua Beadi 14 
years and was a rettred bailMRg 
contractor. 

He is survival by two ibten 
Mrs. J. H. ^ke and Miss Of 
neva Fraky <^ Richmond, at^ 
a brother, C T. Erriey of Dm- 
ham. 

The body was ttken to Mae- 
stas Funeral Ifctne, wture a ft* 
neral afcrvice wu held Monday 
by the Rev. H. WfedM W«ieM 
mm was in PrtH6^' MIB 
Memorial Park. 

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Small Bwiness Admintslfatkjn rcpr^rtatives wilj be In Virginia Beach the second Tues- 
day of each mgnth,tt),||»ttt k|e|1 busin^snjtQ ia financing and 'to discuss man^mejit^d pro- 
ducti^ problertis artd iUm 16 iNist lit seUt^ tb or buying from the government. Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President Albin R. Mailhes (left) welcomes the repre- 
sentatives, (R. Keith Caudle (cwter) and Umy J. Perrin at their first scsiion Tuesday. Appoint- 
mrnts nay be Blade thfo^b ^ chamber o{&^. (fidfi6Fh<M(>) 



SUSAN G. MM^AIW 

VmW[A BEACH — &- 
san Glenn. Boland, 7, a (|aui|^ 
of Marvin G. Boland frFM 
Mrs. ^^ Jotaaoo iola^ ^ 
l(r73 ftfOft Drive, (fie4 
at 8:20 a.m. in a 1 
hmpital 

dw lived het« icMr yean 

Brides \m parepito, » 
aretwid slstefi, Miiftps L; 
Boland aiKi Gay A 
Vhiinia Beaeh i^ her _ 
puenti, Mr. uid Mrs, hi* 
Boland and Mr. add Mrs. L. 
Jobtts(ai, a1 01 K^ieMlGa. .. 

A f^Ileral service waa &»' 
ducted in Graham Puo^ll 
Hon^, Cheaapffl^, v^mI^M 
the Rev. lames ffelkwHUI of 
Memorial M^ioAil Ckttidl. 
fiuriat wu in ItoMwood ^Me-* 
mortAl I^A. -^i 

Mri. Harvey 
Eleclnl fret. 

BmOfWOOD — Mrs. 
aht W^. of Se^Uui 
'Birch«H9od Gaitlcm %u 
presi^nt of the pirp^ood <bVH.io 
den Oub at their rident meeMI "'^ 
held at the Irome erf Mrs. A,Tf.. , 
Hitt, Jr., Cronin Road. 

On t^e sla^ with' Mrs. ^ii- 
vey the following w«e eletfldfc' 
Mrs. R. L. HylaadT} first ftett^ 
l^aident; Mn. imm 8pi^iDc^> 
secoml vice-presid««; Mn. CI?.. 
Raunaer, recottHng secitMll^. 
Mrs. C. J. 'EwemsHii, oo^nHr 
ponding secretary; Mn, M. JK.' 
Kelly, treasurer, and Mr*- AiT. 
H|tt, Jr., historian. , '-rM 

Mrs. <L. L. Ioi»s, ^^ H^^^ • 
er, lectured <« Uie tRo^ Ait 
in General". 

Mrs. James S(mi^ and ^fi," 
L. T. Davis wei« <^ti»Mttaes 
at this mating. 

llie rtemben voted to doiMlf 
$22.50 so that oit« giri codd! 
be seirt ft>r a week to caiUj^ mis 
sunfioner a^ich is sponsdHtod t^ 
the tJirb Cam^ Fund <w 
mittee". ' 

The Larkspur Meadow* Gar- 
den' Club^; judged and tf^HiMbd 
the foltdKHng nbbons: In t||e «^ 
tistic dtvlrton, blue; Mn: Hf» 
land and Mrs. KeHy; yellow, MK^ 
Kelly: and honorable iflle«tllttw: 
Mk. A. E. Hiu. 4r. ,— 

In the horticu}tUn class, Hdiie, 
Mrs. Kelly, red, M» 
and Mn4 Spacftk 
mention. 

The new officers will h^ 
stalled at a dinner meei 
May 3, 7^ p.in. at the 
Drive |nn. Ip^ 
ficcrs Will hew 
Co)ien, recon|Hig^ secretary «! 
the f^ederitlan c 
of Norfolk and 
and member of dat' 
Garden Oh}?. 

The f ' 
will be t' 
for thei 
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JiMt read «n artir 1# by a professor in a very lar^ eastern 
oolk^ about the fact that bribery isn't so had. Man says that after 
•II, it makes things happen, money changes hands, more money 
in dfcnUttfon, and all that sort of rot. Says that a bride that allows 
an im|>ortant biistneM tkal t<r take place sooner than usual is a 
jierfectly accejHable thing, and after all business 
is tlie thing that makes the world go. 
. Only thing wrong with an idea like this is 

P that it^ flys in the face of all nxiral logic, and 
assumes that a business deal is the mo<4t important 
thing that happens every day. I would e^^jject a 
professor of business administration to come up 
with a stinker like that, but 1 wonder what the 
Boys on the faculty who teach religion, philoso- 
phy, kigil^, and other assorted disciplines liave 
to say. • 

Doesn't seem like an idea ^haf even a teacher 
of business administration cotild get away with. 
They have uncoiled some lulus il| their time, bu| I recon' thirt this 
Iktie nqmber takes the cake. , , . 

I dunno about you, but I was taught that it was a real bad 
thing to he wd steal, ak>ng with other assorted sins, and if my 
memory is correct the rorruption of someone else sort of falls in 
tlwt same category. Of sin, that is. I suppose that it is no longer 
^ahionable these days to talk about sin, u^er than the coti)}ou|4bn 
of U. Thi« makes fine cocktail party idle chatter. 

Everyone in this country is charmed by statistics. Bisd^ll 
tutting avwages and stock market averages occupy the waking 
hom% of millions of people. The one fact that seems to «cape 
peofrfe who use statistics to prove a point of view about an improper 
Kt is that the very fact tlwt umpteen millirin people doing some- 
thii^ wrot^ still doesn't make it right 

Church Womn Meet At Bayside 

BAYSE^— The BkMu-d of | be the church in the face of the 
Go^^nKMTs of flie Princess Anne I fears and doubts caused by 
Oittptcr of the Unit^ Council radicals 
<rf Oiorch Women md at Bay- 
sMe Methodist Oiurch recently. 

J^ave Aeir mpport to 
^«rt (Mpp, I^esidott <rf Civic 
Ifflproveoirat ' Orgi^z^ot^ in 
ha prafec^ to oouduct a wrvey 
«f lie eooncmlc oeeds In Sca- 
«Mli l^e at to HKlu^: em- 
fSs^^attA, e(hiQ^tkm md envir- 




Left to r^t. Mrs. R. S. Thom|»on and Mrs. M. A. 
Bank" wkh Ralph Cox» mangier of,, the Rmi^n & Holmes shoe 



Pdindext^r discifss the "Shoe 
store, (stiff photo by Padrick) 



RiOlFOU) DEAN'S UST II 

RADFORD ^ Fow area sm- 
dnts ar^ tm the ^ficial dean's 
Ittt of RMttord Collie coverii^ 
w«t durji^ the winter quarter. 

Tteey ire Am Marie dm^- 
rr c Uu g li te i ' uf the J , Jr Cottgh- 1 
lios of 1623 Quail Pi. Rd. gtad- 
uate maj(Ning in English and 
Spanish; Orelia Elizabeth Spar- 
row, daughter of Irving T. S^- 
fows erf 800 Stcll Ln., Junkw 
Art Major, Christtte Reynokti, 
daughter of Dr. 0. R. Reym>kl« 
of Goodsp^d Rd., a sophomore 
elemeniary education major; and 
Helen Paige Valentine, dauj^* 
ter of Mrs. H. C. Valentine of 
1609 Five Forks Rd., a junior 
English major. * 





yb%. fhsM GoranoB gave 
hi^M^te <rf a trip "miach ^e, 
Mb. Paul Riraell, and Mrs. 
Ma .<tewloii took to attend 
M^^ttHl B^ird Meeting of the 
t^MI C(^K^ df C^uidi Wom- 
e&'OB a Ml»-wide kvel. YtM at 
JkiMaa^i %Hugs, Vkginia. 

T& ni»s^e .whi<^ die . 
biou^ back was "The dial- ^^ collisions 
(^^the Chiudi today Is to 



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SMASH-UP 



BAYSIDE — ^Ikjur cVf were 
involved in a sma^-up at tiie 
itttersectiffli of Vir^nla Beach 
BcNiIevard asai Witeh Duck Rotd 
last Thureday aboirt 6 p.m., re- 
sulting in two injuria. 

Pattolman H. H. Unroe re- 
ported that three cars were 
stopped for a traffic light in*en 
a fonrft v^tele, reportedly go- 
mg M a fast rate of sp^d, 
crashed into the last car and 
caused a chain leactira of rear 



sioirr AWiyios 

VmpmiA BEACH — Wini- 
fe^ |i, KiM, PriiK;»s Anne- 
Vii^i^ BmA Scout executive, 
mC tomed ilcmday night for 
cttjnuKJHng m3tk with the lEk^ 
Se^^ of America. 

M^ WM reeipteit of the 1964 
nmaOm Award, die 1964 Top 
TeWNerauker Award, uid spe- 
G^^n&fgl^tm ks receiving 
^^"Top T» Award for four 
coose«rthre j«ars. 

v,ip»^iW^n was made by 
mn^ V. Pace, Tidewater 
Council Executive, at the Thalia 
GtaneMuy SelMiol, and i^ce 
1M^ Aat the awards were 
imm. din competition with ex- 
«Myni«s Crmi 3M diifrk;to in 

1^ to hem m soout work 
Imn^ ^aiB omnmg to Vir^ia 
^$00 five ^m am from 6lue- 
am* West Vlndwa. 

(B mi At ^^AB Disblct 
reo^ed mtknal recc^t^ lor 
kg uncial ^owtb (hiring tfwt 
KMK, i^ Ate tisM King was rec- 
^0mi m to» Iwbrkt Execu- 
tiw fa #e Vnmd States. 



JoK!f^ Robinson, 36, dl 316 
Newtown Road, driver <rf the 
fourth car, wta diar^ Jvith 
reckfess Mvu^ Unroe said he 
was cbAsing the ci^ in excess of 
70 miles per hour prior to the 
sma^-up. 

Mvers ot the oth^r three cars 
were Eddie L. Williams, 18, 
'Norfolk; Ro<fcrcsques S. Gem- 
null, 33, 1344 Gabril Drive; and 
David Lee Utt, 27, of Grafton, 
West Virpnia. 

Injured were Donald R. Hy- 
att, 30, 3545 Wayne Street, a 
^tnenger in Utt's car and 
Charles O. Hawkins, 23, <rf Fort 
Story, a passen^ in Robinson's 
car. Hyatt suffered multiple 
abrasions of the left side and 
Hawkins received a laceration 
of the scalp. 



Shoe Bank 
Established 

VIRGINIA BEACH -- The 

American Legion Auxiliary, post 
113, with the cooperation of 
Russell and Holmes shoe stcxe, 
has established Virginia Beach's 
first "Shoe Bank". 

The shoes wHl be dispensed 
through the welfare department, 
schools, and churches to needy 
chlMren. It is hoped that In the 
future no child in the Virginia 
Beach area will be without shoes. 

Any person or orgapizaticn 
wishi^ to contribute to the 
"Shoe Bank" project may do so 
by contacting Mrs. M. A. Poin- 
dexter of 1201 White Heron Dr. 



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PRACTICE TEACHER 

CmciNVILLE, N.C. — Ju- 
dith M. Mu^ay of 3800 Edin- 
bui^, is one of the 336 East 
Carolina College students who 
are practice-teaching during the 
curr^t school twin. The 336 
educatlcNi majcH? are teachi^e in 
scho^ lystems in 24 North Gar- 
cia irountks. 

%tx» Murray is^ teachins so- 
cial shacUes in Harvey Jr. Hi^ 
School <Kinston, N.C.) 



POSTAL CLER^ MEET 

VIRGINIA BEACH^^ — The 
IMited F«lerati<ni irf Postal 
Clerks, Local No. 1518 (rf U.S. 
Pc»t Office, held a dinner nieet- 
ing of members and their fam- 
ilies on Saturday for the installa- 
ti(m (rf <rffioers for the ensuing 

year ^— ^s-ri^rii:^— : 

The succm^ slate • of officers 
elected by members were R. C. 
Wcrff, jM-esident; Mrs. A- Dun- 
gan, vice-prwident; Mn. M.' 
BeH, treasurer, F. F. Norris, 
secretary. They were sworn in 
durii^ <%rem(mies by John Mc- 
Qdlan, Regtonal Vice-President 
of U^iited Fwleration Postal 
Clerks. 

E. L. Allen and L. potter 
were issued pins for service as 
past presidents. McClellcon de- 
livered a speech and outlined 
some of die legislation now be- 
fore Congress and the effects 
this legislation could have on 
the postal workers. 

Guesu inchided J. Parrwi, 
vice-president. State of Vu^nia, 
UF1»C: R. Meckel, president, 
im»C, Local No. 262, Norfolk; 
H. Siinmons, Supt. of Mails; J. 
Miller, ass't supt. of Mails; and 
iRoss Wible, supt. of Delivery 
and Collection <rf U.S. Post Of- 
ficer, Virginia Beach. 




LYNNHAVEN COLONY 
UNITED CHURCH 

LYNWHAVEN — Medita- 
tions <m the "Seven Words from 
the Cross" will be featured at a 
three-hour service of worship, 
commemorating the Crucifixion 
of Christ, to be held Friday at 
Lynnhaven Cotony United 
dburch, North Great Neck Rd., 
b^oiaing at noon, and spon- 
sorwi by four North Virginia 
Beach congregations. 

In at&lition to the h<»t diurch, 
die service will be h^d under 
the auspioes of Francis Asbury 
Methodist Church, Bayl a k e 
Methodist Church, and Bayside 
(Con^egational) Christian 
Church. Participatin? ministers 
include the Rev. TTiomas H, 
BrittCBi, the Rev. LoRoy ©avis, 
the Rev. Raymond L. Musser, 
and the Rev. Eari T. Farrell. 

Choirs and soloists represent- 
ing the pdrtici^ting churches 
wiU jMresent^ s^ial music, w^ 
*fi^. ETRov Bonnev and Mis. 
Harry E. Corr serving as or- 
ganists. 

Tte service will be arranged 
so that worshipers may oiter 
and leave at various points dur- 
ing the three-hour period. 



BAYSDe — TTie Bayside 
Lions CM> met last Wedi^sday 
night, at Saioi;e Drive Iim with 
Lloyd B. Gunter, sea>nd vice 
{resident, presiding. 

Joseph iRusso, who is very ac- 
tive in Boy Scout work and is 
a member of Tidewrter CouiKil, 
introduced the guest speaker, 
Phil Smith, branch inanager for 
Smith-Owiglas Co., a prominent 
member of Tidewater Council 
Boy Scouts of America. 

Smith talked about the Scout 
program in Tidewater. He said 
that there are ahnt^t five and 
a half million people who are 
members of the various branch- 
es of Scouting throughout the 
nation. There are about 20,000 
in the Tidevmter area of «^teh 
ahnost 5,000 are adult workers 
(about 1 adult for eadi 3 boys.) 
Smith brou^t the club up to' 
date on the devetopment erf 
Camp Pipsico — ^the tract of 
land that is being jointly devel- 
oped by the Kiwanis Clubs and 
the Lions Clubs of Tidewater. 
916 acres are available for this 
camp. 

Ine KiwaniaiB started the 
camp with a $15,000 gift and 
have made improvements which 
are now valued at $90,000. TTie 
portion of the camp, which is 
called Camp Kiwanis, is now 
complete and in operati9n. 

The Lions Club donated 
$23,000 for the development of 
Camp Lion and former Gowr- 
nor Colj^te Darden agreed to 
match this. Wctfk on the camp is 
continuing at a good pace. The 
Seabees are helping in a big way 
by using part of the site W a 
training location. The amount(jQi| 
wore that they have done is 
valued at several thous^ds of 
dollars. i 

Smith appealed to the Lions 
to help with the Scout program 
in every possible way. 



i-HWIMNERS 

THALIA — Thalia Com- 
munity 4-H men^bers won a 
number of awards at the recent 
Senior Demonstration competi- 
tion. 

Beth Holcomb received a red 

award in sewing. Mary Bungard 

ard in Dress 



received a blue awart 

Revue and red awards in both 
sewing and codkii^ Eliaibeth 
Bungard won a red award in 
the Dress Revue. 




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A new c(»Kxs$kMi sttad is im 
the lobby as weH as the man- 
agers office for easy accesstbil- 
Hy. 

Aisle waUp-ways have been 
enlar^ to give more leg roo^ 
and all seats have been reup- 
holsterol for comf<Mtirt>le seat- 
ing. A smoktog room with large 
glass window and speakers hat 
been installed in the upper fktot 
for die convenience at p^ons. 
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ished their Spring Soccer League 
last week with the following re- 
sulU: 7th grade champions 
came from Mr. Anderson's class 
with 3 wins and no losses with 

Murdock Midgette emerging as 
oiMtancfing pMyer. Mrs. Ave- 
doq's class foltowed with 1 win 
and 1 defeat, while Mr. Ander- 
son's class failed to get into the 
win column. Ronnie Combs and 
David Theroux performed ad- 
mirablv for these last two elat- 
es. 6th grade champions ap- 
peared from Mrs. Price's class 
with a 2-1 record. Ricky Riner 
was nominated as outstandii^ 
player for the winners. Follow- 
log were Mrs. Hill's class wiiih 
a 1-1 record and Mrs. Sachon's 
group who were winless. Del- 
mas Jones performed Well for the 
losers. At Kings Grant Elemen- 
tary School, a kite-flying con- 
test was stj^ed with .Charlie 
Carson and Joe Kakxizliz placing 
in class. 




SURFBOARD GONE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 
$90 surfboard was taken from a 
car parked at the Mayflower Mo- 
tel last Friday. 

Police said the board was 
owned by Steven T. Bowers of 
12S6 Tanager Trail. CMficer J. 
Kane respc^ed to the call. 






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Virgihia Beach Sp:^ Horsf ~ 
Show and R««s on A|»it 34 
«id 25. In ease <i ran, ite 
show will be posttoMd ui^ 
May 1 and 2. ^^ 

He Hto^ and Juniper show 
will be held on Satudfy, begw- 
ning at 9 a.m. Tborou|^ttfcd 
racmg will be l^ld in Ae after- 

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The Wealam shew aad 0«8^ 
terborse racing ^ill begin at 1 
p.m. on Sund^. ' 

toeal lK)nen«B and MablM 
are uniting to' pseteat the wot^ 
while sporting a«nt which 
benefit the Auxiliary to 
General Hospital of Vuf 
Beach. 

Admisskui wiH be 50e» 
ringside parking costing $3.( 
Refrediments will be av^Ue 
<»i the grounds by the ladwsl^ . 
tiie Auxiliary. ^. 

Directions to Akk> Fanw Im, 
to turn South at Londoti ^rid||i 
and foUow the »^. ^ . 

Stables are avaiteble and id- 
fcMtnation regarding raMcv8tia|i 
may be received by rnnlnrii|ji(| 
Linda Taylor at 428-7062. ^, 
informatiofi regarding tte ^^ 
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Amerlcaii iittk League will 
the diifd week of try-outs a# 
rei^ati<»t on Saturday at \w 
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AU b(^ aie urged tp attend 
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SaturdftY, at 11 ibof. 

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ca9 Mr. AUen at 497-064?. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Howard D. Kahn has retui 
from RicifmofMt where he 
Winded a postpvduate 
held April 8 and 9 at the 
IlicyKWd for Qp^mctrins 
Virgidta who are cnoifcal jsi 
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SNodtr Parents Fail 
bort Sometimes In 
eaching Kids Safety 



VtRGINIA BEACH— "Many 
Blto^ model |»rentf are far 
I model in settihf a good ex- 

iple K) their chiidren in safety 

Chief -R^ves E. Johnson of 
Virginia Beach Safety Bur- 
maoe that statement in be- 
^ilf of the child safely program 
^w being sponsored locally by 
#ie Bureau of Safety. 
% "Too often parents treat chil- 
dren as if they were deaf, dumb, 
ttid blind." ho «aid. They don't 
fealize that children have keen 
pHids and pick up their first 
ibits^ good and bad, from their 
irents. This is especially true 
sa^y habits whkh are a re- 
onsibility of parents, and a 
ive responsibility which they 
lometimes inclined to over- 
Safety begins at home. Chief 
sai^ and parents should 
sue they set ^>od examples 
their own safety practices for 
eir ^ildren to follow. He as- 
tad that pareirtiL themselves 
tten v« victims of their owh 
dksSMss, or are responsible 
accklents to their children 
ugh failure to stress safety 
lures in their own behavior 
nd children. 
"How many fathers go through 
d lights, weave in and out of 
iffic wid ignore othef s^d 
iving rules while their own 
Jdrra are ridii^ with ihem'*, 
asked. "How many mothers 
valk, beat lights, and disobey i 
lalbty precauticms v^le 
npai^ by thdr cbildm? 
^«t dM»e parents sa)ld their 
iluklrra for dcnng the same 

Oiief Johnson remiwled i»r- 
iMs that Governor's Highway 
§ti^ Commtttee figures show 
ttutt nK»e than 125 di'tldren 
15 wiU die in Virginia 
CTawK^ wiB yeaf ttniHB 



these crashes are prevented by 
better safety education of chil- 
dren at home. "It simply doesn't 
add up," he said. "If parent-? 
want to do right by their chil- 
dren, they must set a good ex 
ample in everything they do. If 
they want to instill in their chil- 
dren the necessary precautions 
which will keep them out of the 
list of 'scheduled' crashes each 
year, they had better invenlorv 
their own safety habits and 
make sure they are setting good 
examples for their children." 

"Be safe parents," he urged, 
"and you'll have safe children." 

COQUINABALL 

VIRGINIA. BEACH — The 
second annual Coquina Ball, 
sponsored by Ck;ean Circle of 
King's Daughter, will be held at 
the Cavalier Hotel on May 1 
from 9 to 1 p.m. 

The black tie affair will be 
limited to 200 couples. Tickets 
at $12 per couple are available 
from Mrs. J. C. Henry, ticket 
chairman. The general chairman 
is Mrs. J. L. Strole. 

Proceeds from the affair will 
go toward King's Daughter 
Children's Hospital in Norfolk. 

DEGREE CANDIDATE 

GAINESVILLE, Fla. ^ Miri- 
«n Hill Yates will be amonjg the 
candidates for degrees from the 
current trimester to be rea^- 
nized at the Univenity of Flor- 
ida's annual commencement cer- 
emonies. April 26. 

The formal.' commencement 
^txessional begins at 8:30 a.m. 
with cerenK»ies starting at 9 
Gymnasium. 




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LONDON BRIDGE — Cdr. 
Gordon H. Griffin, ProtesUnt 
Chaplain at FAAWTC, Dam 



TO ELECT OFFICERS 

LYNNHAVEN — The par- 
ents and teachers of the Lynn- 
haven Elementary School will 
meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 
p.m. 



Two JkMt: skits will be pn- 
sented by children from the s^ec- 
ond, ji^and fourth grades. 

/^ brief business meeting will 
oCTidd for the purpose of elect- 
ing officers for the school year 
1965-66. The nominating com- 
mittee will present the slate of 
officers. In accordance with the 
by-laws^ nominations may also 
be made f r^m the floor provided 
the person to be nominated has 
given his or her consent. 

An ^tendance award of $5 
will be given to the class with 
the highest percentage of par- 
ents present. * 



Neck, will be the guest .speaker 
at London Bridge Baptist 
Church on April 20. The churdi 
will be observing "Family Ni^f 
and. all members of the family 
are invito} to attmd. 




The pn^nun wilf begin whh 
a Covered pish Supper at 6:39 
p.m. At 7:30 p.m. the Recorder 
Choir of ti» church, dirteted by 
Lutrell Sawyer, will play the 
Navy Hymn, "Eternal Father, 
Strong to Save." Chaplain Grif- 
fin will then speak on the sub- 
ject, "Japan and Kot^^^f^frf-— 

Family night is betii| spon- 
sored b^ the Brotherhood ti the 
church. All ttre invited to attend. 
•On Easter Sunday, London 
Bridge B^ist Oiurch wiH .have 
two identical Easter Morning 
Services, at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 
a.m. The church choir will sing 
Easter portions of "The Mes- 
siah" by G. F. Handel. 

Rev. G. Edwar4 Hughes, 

pastor of the church, wUI speak 

on the subject* "^^Resurrection 

Joy"'. 



Frnsdt Sfthtil 
Reprettfits Natii^ 

vmCINIA BEACH — fif- 
teen excitwi students aP Friends 
SchdbT aire making plans to be 
an importam part of the Azalea 
Festival parade on the Kiwanis 
float. 

R. C. Hudson, chairman for 
the Kiwanis is in charge of "Na- 
lo's Oiildr^i", and with the help 
of Mrs. J. D. Laniham and Mrs. 
E. A. Hoffmeister. the children 
are being outfitted in c<»tumes 
representative of the various 
Nato Nations. 

The children and Uie country 
they will represent are Barbara 
Baydush, Belgium; Ruth Pen- 
ner, Greece; Lauren Durfee. 
Canada; Wendy Loeb, United 
Kingdom; John Havu, Turkey; 
Eddie Turner, Germany; Biny 
Burson, luly; Doug KresI, 
France; Susan Arnold', Norway; 
Mike Johnson, Iceland; Julie 
Lijieberry, United Sutes; Fran- 
cine Singer, Holland; Louise Ov- 
erman, Luxemburg; Sam 
Schwa|!.'tz, Portugal; and Kale 
Delano, Denmark. 

RECEIVES DEGREE 

CHICAGO, III. — Harpld L. 
Olsen, 4640 Curtiss Drive, Vir- 

tinia Beach, Va., was among 
Looseveh University's largest 
mid-ytar graduating class, com- 
post of 348 stutfents, and re- 
ceived his BSBA degree at the 
* Chicago Uiiiverslty's 47th Cbn- 
vocation in February. 

The degrees were conferred 
by Dr. Rolf A. Weil, acting 
president' of the University, at 
the ceremony. 




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Commander CVaip Campliell of the Roy 1 Canadian Navy i^ts oti the st?ps of Friends^ 
School surronndf*! I»y "his children" - rqircs -nting 15 nations of aATO. 

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lAHNOUIlCEMEIIT 

May we suggest you place your out of town EASTER OROfllS early. 
Due to NEW REGULATIONS set up by wire service. (FID) 

ALL WIRE ORDOS HAVE TO |E PLACED BY NOON SATURDA^ 
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SOLDIER OF MOHTH 

FT. STORY ^Siipply Clerk 
Pfc. Robert M. Beiles has been 
selected Soldier of the Month for 
March for the Army Transporta- 
tion Center at Ft. Story and Ft. 
Eustis. ^ -^ " ^ • 

The 23-year-old New Jersey 
man entered the Army last 
March. He is scheduled to re- 
ceive a $25 U, S. Savings Bond 
later this month. Mrs. Beiles re- 
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ByDOWS PODRICK 

^^ The world is full of pr»cel«s treasures. NoneST which have 
been manufactured by man . . . every living thintmmi every crea- 
twn of the earth and the sea is a wonder. For many, the nmgic of 
these crratfons is onlv glimpsed briefly in childhood, or through 
the eyes of >'oung i-hildren. If you haven't really looked at the 
world around you lately, you can revive and simulate your imer«t 
with a \nsit to the NAUTILUS MUSEUM at 311 17th street. 

Mrs. Zida^Astrip KiUer, founder and currator, has plans for 
official openinf ceremonies in »,few slwrt weeks. Many dignitaries 
will speak. The ribbon will be cut. Bands will play. But the niain 
objective in havinj; the siXK^al event, comments Zida. is to inform 
as nrany as fxissible aliout the wonders of the world. She lias been 
a treasure hunter for thirty years, ever since she wm a small child, 
and Ims neve^ lost her awe' nor cHild-like delight for collecting. She 
wants to share her treasures with you. 

Zida has h^l dro^nis and plans for a museiim for many years. 
At various times offers of help In establishing the museum were 
promised . . . bitt as time passed by, it became apparent that bo- 
grratest dream would only be accomplishetl through her own dedi- 
*^?*^' efforts. .So she plunge<l ahead with determination that Vir- 
ginia Beach would have her museum. Her husband. Bill, along 
with Mrs. Mary Barnes and Jkmes Dildy became the "museum 
"family", and the drvam has become a reality. Day and night they 
have worked together — unpacking, labeling, displaying — and 
they have created for you the nK)st fabulously beautiful and com- 
plete private museum to be found on the JEast Goas4. They did it 
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Zida is a snfell w«nian with a tovely voice. Her desire for you 
to know about lieauty, and her humble recognitiofi of the glory of 
the earth's beginning are communicated to all who nw^ Iwr. Her 
^knowledge is as boundless as her energy... j J Jj • 

„;,^ j. Zida is also an artist and a poet. Her book of poems "Ren- 

■ -nesvous with Life" will be hauntingly remembered. Reading her 

- philosophy xin how she arrived at peace to live within the world 

so often fraught with tragedy gives an insight it^ the soul of this 

remarkable woman whose only desire now is' to give to you the 

5 awareness "of the beauty of life. The NAUTILUS MUSEUI^ 

has the same quiet reverence as a cht^e^. I ^ ! V-^ 

A few of her thoughts on why Ihe NAUTIBDS MUSEUM 
' waf established are qurrte*!: "We have se^ ii^p blir liliiseuni with 
one goal in our hearts; to provide and maintain a wholesome 
natural science research center where we can help to supply the 
answers, and to stimulate the interests of the young pe«")ple who 
are seeking help. The beauty and bounty of nature is one of our 
greatest gifts, and it was given to all regardless of age, cohrir, or 
lcr(»d. I wish to welcome everyone to become a part of our museum. 

. ■ - "Spiritual achievement a^ peace ol mind »re as 'neces^ry 

r biobgical needs. We need the aesthetic in life to. 1* a 

iejbg«Mi*-M''e n.q^^ l»|,ve 0M^?fiea*to"«#fT*dJ>3tjDysUire^ 

td .#e 'rtml tu looJ: upon a rose, and know tliat only Upd can 

make it grow' (from Rendesvous with life). 




"How many of you adults have retained your childhood in- 
satiable hunger^nd thirst for knowledge? How many of you have 
,' settled into routines and closed your eyes to all around you? How 
^ many of you take a tranquillizer instead of taking a walk with 
nature? To walk with nature is to walk hand in hand with The 
Creator", writes Zida, 

Mayor Frank A. Dusch and Del. P. B. White met recently with 
Zida to discuss plans for the of ficiak opening. Both were im- 
pressed with what she has accomplished. Mayor Dusch s»id, "I 
am very much pleased with the good taste with which the museum 
is estaWished. It will be a great asset to the area." AAd Del. White, 
"It is a most worthwhile endeavor which will benefk both chil- 
■ dren and adults. The collections are amazing." 



SCHOOL STMEWILL 
BECOME ■SHOW BOAT' 
UTER THIS MOHTH 

THALIA — The Prin<^ Atwe High School auditoriumSill 
become the "Deep 5k)uth" and its stage will become a levee abi^ 
the MissisiiMU iliver when the show Ixiat "Cotton Blossom" ties 
up th«e Apnl i^-May 1 so that the Viijfinia Bwch Civic Chonis 
can present Jerome Kern's beloved musical, "Show Boat," 

The story revolved around 30 years in the lives of two star- 
cros.<ied lovers. Magnolia 
Hamdceii anci (iaylord Reyenal, 
played by Jane Garrison and Ray 
JeroiTK. Iti these rpnmntic leads 
they sing some of the ^ow's 
most ijnforgetabl^ selections, in- 
cludii^^ "Make Believe" and 
"Why Do I I^ve You?" 

Jwie (larrison is wdl known 
to local theatre goers who have 
seen her in Little Th^tre pro 
ductions in Norfolk and Vir- 
ginia Beach, and in Old Doiiiin. 
ion Workshop musicals. I.ast 
yMir was Jane's first year- with 
the Virginia BesK-h Civic Chorus, 
when she played the |)art of 
fuli«t the leading romantic role 
'% "Carousel". Ray Jerome is 
A newcomer to the area. In pri- 
vate life he is Dr, Jenmie. an 
••UMthrsiologist at Portsmiwth 
Naval Hospital. He has had an 
active singing career in his home 
town of Ddlas, Tfcjcas. His feaU 
is'ic twrtrayal of a rlVer boat 
gambler in "Show itoal" is 
amazingly his first stage per- 
formance. 

rounding these two on the "Cot- 
ton Blossom" is headoft by the 
fun loving Captain Andy, own- 
er of the show boat and father 
of Magnolia. Michael Meneghan 
brings all of his Irish clwrm and 
humor to this considerable part, 
the largest role in the drama. 
Mike has been active in the Civic 
Chorus for many yeirs and has 
also played in Little Theatre and 
siuumer stock pnxluctions. 

The affable Cap'n Andy has 
as bis wife the hilarioudy Jew- 
ish Parthy Anne Hawkes, played 
by Vi Ragan, The Civic ChortK 
• kjcky to have Iwd Vi ns«Me 



considefable acting career start- 
ing in New York and including 
travels to the South Pacific with 
the USO, before she gave up 
acting to become Mrs. Malcolm 
Ragan. 

The lovdy voice and fine act- 
ing of Card Hall, first heard 
aad teen on the sta^ last year, 
brought ra^^es from critics and 
audiences. Carol shows her 
vcrtetility in switching from 
ingenue role to the tragic dra- 
matic role of fulie in "Slu5w 
Boat". She will be heard singing 
the lovely "Fish Gotta Swim, 




MI^ GARHlsdN 

Birds Gotta IHy", and the poig- 
nant "Bill". 

No Showboat troop would be 
compile without a song and 
dance team, and the Cotton Blos- 
<mm has a lively one in RIlie and 
Frank playe<I by the matchless 
}»ir, Shirley Fentress and Wel- 
ton Smith. Each has beeniactiub 
in the area in many productions, 
and the blending of their ver- 
sitile talents in "Show Boat" is a 
combination that will have the 
audience in stitches. 

The powerful baritone voice 
of Fred Watkins who played the 
leading role in "Carousel"^ will 
he heard again in the role of 
"Joe" this year, in which he 
gives a stimning feodition of 
the famous classk, "Old Man 
River". ■. * _ _ - ^_ ^_ j_ 

In the ioTe oL "Queenre"^ Ts 
Mary Jane Utley. Her exquisite 
" Toice has be«» h«rd 



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Esther Hutcherin for the forthcoming Virgi nia Beach Civic Chcmts premutation. N 

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been a vahw} soloist in the cfau- 
sieal programs of the Civic 
Chorus. Audiences will find it 
haid to believe this is Mary 
Jane's first acting part when they 
see her in the warm, humorous 
character she portrays in "Show 
Boat". 

Some others in supporting 
roles are Foy Shaw, Frank Fer- 
rigno. Bill ^Utley, John and 
Pi^gie MacArthur, Sam. Ernst, 
Morgan Rucker, Esther Hut- 
cherson, Liz Sills and Ruth Van 
Bttskirk. -,1 

A musical acfeptation of the 
^dna Ferber novel, "Show float" 
vas fir«t nerfomied on Broalway 
'n 1927. In 1947 a lavish revival 
Had another lenethy Broadway 
run. tt is this version that is cur- 
rently having a new vogue about 
the country, and is being staged 
Sere by the Civic Chorus under 
the direction of Charles Oliver. 

Mr. Oliver has become a Vir- 
-jinia Beach resident after a 
musical career in New York, and 
's we'l known for his large and 
varied contributions to good 
•nusic in the Virginia Beach .nrea, 
Mr. Oliver, who is a teacher of 
voke, teaches music at Norfolk 
Academy and Country Day 
School for Girls, and is choir 
director at the Lutheran Church 
if the Good Shepherd. 

I^e Chambers, president of 
he Virginia Beach Civic Chprtis, 
■s the coordinator with die 
''otary Club, which is sponswr- 
ng the production^ proceeds to 
■»o to their Scholarship Fund. 
Tickets for the perforinances. 
Tuesday, April 27 through Sa- 
turday. May 1 at the Princess 
Anne High School, are avail- 
able at the B&M Delicatessen at 
Virginia Beach, Price's at Hill, 
top, Price's at 7020 Military 
^Jwy.. Norfolk, and at the Cloth- 
ing Chest, 317 Laskin Rd., Vir- 
gin"". Btach. 



EASTER PROGRAM 
ONWKVK 

VIRGINIA BEACH -T A 

sfwcial Easter Program will be 
featured at 12:35 p.m. on Eas- 
ter Day over radio station 
WKVK. 

lie title of the program is 
"Oir IHirt m the Resurrection," 
ami WM ^e^s^ by TTie First 
OiQich of Oirist,, Scientist, in 
BcMtcn, Massadnuetts. 




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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1965 

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COUNCIL ACTS ON RECORD PERMIT LIST 



VIRGINIA BEACH — City 
Coui)»eil took action Monday on 
33 use permit and rezoniM ap- 
plications which Planning Direc- 
tor Mason Gamage termed as 
"possibly as record breaking 
number for one mating. Coun- 
cil: 

• Approved a use permit of 
Pure Oil Co. for a service sta- 
tion at the southwest intersec- 
tion of Northampton Boulevard 
and Hodgman Road and a 
change of -zoning from limited 
commercial and residence sub- 
urban to general commercial, 

• Approved Arthur Whit- 
field's r^uest for a change of 
zoning from residence suburban 
to general industrial of property 
on the north side of Greenwich 
•Road just cast of Newtown Road. 

• Approved a change of zon- 
ing by W, Cott Davis from resi- 
dence suburban to general com- 
mercial on property on the north 
side of Vir^nia Beach Blvd. east 
of Davis Street. 

• Accepted withdrawal 
"without prejudice" Lacy L. 
Redd's request for a use permit 
to construct and operate a trailer 
court on the east side of 30th 
Bay Street extending from the 
north side of Little Creek to the 
Chesapeake Bay shoreline. 

• Approved, subject to the 
ire Marshal's regulations, a use 
permit by Emmanuel Lutheran 
Church to operate a kindergar 
ten in thei church at the north 
west corner of Virginia Beach 
^vd. and Lynn Shores Drive 

• Approved a request by 
P»no Oorporaticm for a change 
of zoning from residence sub- 
urban to general commercial 
property on the west side of 

ing at the south side oTme pn>- 
posed Toll Road. 

• Approved Toden Holding 
Corporatton's application for a 
change of zoning from general 
c(mimercial to general industri- 
al awd a use permit for outdoor 
st(»«ge <A industrial equipment 
on property on the west side of 
Military Highway north of Provi 
ictence Road. 

• Approved a lengthy 5-part 
application of Carofanne Homes 
Inc. for a change of zcming in 
the subdivision from residence 
suburban and limited commercial 
to generah confMnercial and mul- 
tiple-family residence. 

• Approved a use permit for 
Alfred A. Flynn to construct 
and opeitite a veterinarian hos- 
pital on the north side of Vir- 
ginia Beach Blvd, iust east of 
Thalia Creek, providing there are 
no outside (k)g runs and the 
building is soundproofed. 

• Approved F. Wayne Mc- 
Lesky Jr.'s request for a change 
of zcming from residence subur- 
ban to multiple-family residence 
and a use permit to erect y% 
apartment units on the north side 
of Virginia Beach Blvd. just east 
of Crawford Place. 

•. Approved an application 
by Dr. William A. Dickinson Jr. 
for a change of zoning from re- 
sidence suburban to multiple- 
family residence and a use per- 
mit to construct a professional 
buildine comolex on the east 
side of First Colonial Road north 
of Grecnwillow Drive, orovidin? 
the use permit is limited to an 
office building only. 

• Approved a change of zon- 
ing and use permit bv William 
D. Stallings and Joe H. Burt to 
construct a professional building 
on the west side of First Colon- 
ial Road south of Wolfsnare 
Ro^d. 

^ Approved Pure Oil Com- 
pany's request for a change of 
Virm.% from limited commercial 
to general commercial and a use 

Crmit for a service station on 
iskin Road on a triangular- 
shap^ parcel bounded by Old 
Seatack Road and Birdneck 
Road, providing outdoor light- 
ing is shielded. 

• Approved a use permit by 
•King's Grant Presbyterian 
Church to operate a church and 
day 8c1kx>1 at the southwest in- 
tersection of King's Grant iRoad 
fiid Little Neck R(»d. 

I • 0^nre4 action on a re- 



quest by Ferebec's Inc. for a 
change of roning from residence 
suburban to limited commercial 
of p'opert^ on the north side of 
Plaza Trail west of South t^ose- 
mont Road. 

• Also deferred action on a 
second application by Ferebec's 
Inc. for a change of zoning from 
residence suburban to general 
commercial of property at the 
northwest Interes^tion of Plaza 
Trail and &)uth Rosemont Road. 
. • Denied Thomas R. Terry's 
request for a use permit to 
maintain three horses "for pri- 
vate, non-profit" use oh the 
north side of Bray Road near 
its interescction with Ingram Rd. 
^_#^pproved a use permit by 
;5un Oil Company for a service 
station at the northeast inter- 
section of Ebb Tide Road and 
Shore Drive. 

.♦ Approved wt apjrtlcithMi 
by Cobo Corporation for a 
change of zoning from residence 
duplex to general commercial 
property on the west side of 
Sykes Avenue south of Virginia 
Beach Blvd. 



• Approved, subject to in- 
stallation of sewer and water 
lines, a change of zoning by M. 
C. Gimbert from resi(tence sub- 
urban to multiple residence on 
the west side of North Lynn- 
haven Road at its intersection 
with the Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad right of way. 

• Approved a request by 
James R. Johnson and Margaret 
A. Drummond for a change of 
zoning from Agricultural to gen- 
eral commercial and a use per- 
mit for a service station at the 
M>utheast intersection of-Shipps 
C^ner Road and Holland Road. 

• Approved a use permit by 
Eugene P. Hockemeyer to op- 
erate a dog kennel on the east 
side of North Landing . Road 
south of Indian River Road, pro- 
viding no kennel is located less 
than 150 fMt from adjoining 
property. 

• Approved a request by 
Jack H. Harris for a chan^ of 
zoning from agriculture to gen- 
eral industrial and a use permit 
to omstnict a mobile home park 
at the eastern end of Hawk Av- 



PROMtNAItlNG AT EASTER 




VIRGINIA BEACH Tracing walk between 22nd and 28th 



the histwy of Virginia Beach 
and its eariy residents reads like 
a fascinating no^l. The first 
recorded history of the present 
day Virginia Beach area comes 
f«wn.^ bi;fv» VikiOivMulMft 
with Leif Ericson wte may hiLve 
come ashore here in 1001. Me 
explored the poast ami Muned 
it Vinland for the (fellciouf 
grapes which grew everywhere. 

It was in the sixteenth cen- 
tury that England and Spain vnd 
with each other in attempts to 
cotonize th< New World. No one 
kno\^ how ma^y seamen 
dragged heavy casks ashore to 
fill them with the precioiii water 
from the cypress lagoons in what 
is now Seashtire State Park, but 
seamen had discovered that cy- 
press water would stay fresh for 
long periods at sea, and it was 
still the custom for sailing ves- 
sels to stop for this cypress wa- 
ter less than a hundred years 
ago. 

Years passed, the Revolution 
had been fought and won. The 
new republic looked to its coast- 
al frontier, and the first con-, 
gress of the New Republic un- 
der George Washington ordered 
the first lighthouse on the At- 
lantic seaboard built at Cape 
Henry. This structure and the 
houses for the keepers are the 
first building known to have been 
constructed at Virginia Beach. 

The first brick house to be 
built at Virginia Beach was buih 
by B. F. Holland for his bride. 
Mr. Holland was the first mayor 
when Virginia Beach was incor- 
porated in 1906. 

And the first Easter Parade 
was held in 1928 on the old 
wooden board walk. Mrs. Wtl- 
lard Ashbum, Sr.\ recalls the 
boardwalk Easter t^aradra aiuS 
especially the one in which her 
two children Willard, Jr. and 
Susan (now Mrs. Joset^ W. Cot- 
ten, Jr.) were awarded first prize 
as the best dressed children. She 
remembers how furious the chil- 
dren were with her for usine 
their $20 gold piece prize monev 
as a down payment for some- 
thing for the family. Mr. Ash- 
burn was mayor of Virginia 
Beach at the time. Rov S*iiith' 
was a member of the Ci^v Coun- 
cil, and he became Mayor in 
1934. 

In 1956, the Easter Parade 
was revived during the Golden 
Jubilee celebration. The present 
mayor; Frank A. Dusch, was 
mayor at that time also. 

And now another Easter Sun- 
day is to be celebrated, and as 
an integral part of tii6 history ^ 
Vi^inia Beadi, the E«)ter Pa- 
rade win be hdd on Oe Bosnia 



street from 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. 
Sponsored by the Ewnts Coin- 
fflittee and Ae Chamber of 0>m- 
mfc-ce, all numbers (tf^the fam- 
ilies in Virgiad ^aeh are in- 

VB^edug pa<>R^§iP. ^ .^ 

Mike Sawki^ cbakman iA 
the Mzes committee, amKMimes 
diat the prizM in the elewn 
t>est-dressed catMcmes will be as 
follows: Best dressed wtnnan, 

Sftt from Ftorence Wilson ai^ 
oiheifners; Best dre^ man, 
gift from CberryPearson; Best 
dressed couple, weekend at a lo- 
cal motel and a pft from Taytor 
Bui^ss; Best Messed faniiily. 
dinner at the Qiar»)al Room; 
Best dressed teen-a^ (boy), 
gift from Napoleons, a tn^lstCH' 
radio from WKV^, and a reo(»d 
from Timber Music Co.; Best 
dressed teen-ager (girl), gifts 
from Smith & Welton and C^^. 
Jim, transistor radio from 
WKVK, and a record from Tim- 
ber Music Co.; Best dressed 
child (boy), gifts from the Hub 
aiKl Forbes Candies: Best 
dressed child (girj), gifts fwHn 
Rice's and Forbes Candies; Best 
dressed tote-toddlet (boy), gifts 
from Ewlyns and Boice Studk>; 
Best dressed tote-toddlet (girl), 
gifts from Evelyns and Ek>ice 
Studio; and to the Larecst Fam- 
ily particioating, gifts from Wil- 
lis Wayside and diimer at die 
Black Angus. 



enue In Cirdinal Bitetm^*^.^ 

• Acc^ted the whlttMNa 
"without infi^udiM** a msmtL t^ 
George W. Halstead Jr. fw SM- 
ing cnan^ from auioitaanito 

{eneral comnvncHU \%0Sfn- 
lall Manor subdivision ofl* 6i^ 
ana Boulevard. ^^^ 

• Deni^ Louis C WaS^ in- 
quest fcM* a cban^ of snoi^ Emm 
resklence subru^n to iifnHej 
commercial property on ^^iwett 
side of L<Nidon Bridge %<OftA 
north of Oceana Boulenimk 

• Approved a use permit .bv 
John E. Adams and JaiAes O. 
Davis to operate a car wash at 
the northwest intersectkm A 
17th Street and Baltk Aveatie. 

• Approved W. J. Baldwin^ 
use permit to (instruct x«|^i^ 
apartment building on the WMiHi 
side of 23rd Street east ofiAictfe 
Avenue. 

• Approved a reqtrnt b^ 
K^npsville Properties Inc. fflt 
a change of zming from redk 
dence suburban to muHiple- 
family residence ol propartaf lo#- 
meriy known as the Yod^ noli 
on Parliament Drive. 

• Atxepted the with^a«# 
"without prejudice" Linwoqd A. 
Wrist's request for a eh«^ 1^ 
zoning from residence su^^ 
to general commercial of prc^ 
erty at the northwest inteneeti^ 
of Bonmy Road and SmA 
Witchduck R(^. 

• Accepts the withAtMfl 
of Gerald L. Lavenst@bi'f #■ 
quest Uxt a ^an^ ^ ss^V 
from resi(^ce suburl^n to ^u^ 
tiple-family resi^nce ^ gpe^ 
erty designated as Sal^ Farip 
west (A WafhHig«ft ksmm 
akmg t^ fwepewd't^l RcMd. 

Newtown fismA aai, 
BeMhM^ 

• Tal^Bd Texaco Ik.*i m- 
ond r»)tteA Vat a 8']0^ 
bpard, <m tlte tsst^ nds tf 
dtaa River Road jM wm M 
Real Drivs, because emoitf flh 
the dBneu^wa did not 
witii the talMing oodb. 



SCOOT mm 



VBU3iNIA BEACH r~ C§b 
&tout ftck '^9, spoMMed % 
the An^(^ Lions (Mb mi 
headed bv ^JKk L. Mmlw, itki 
the g^and prize winiter W p 
booth d»i^ in dte ff^ 
Scout-O-Rama at the{ Alas p. 
Shepard Civic X:ttt«. ^'^ ' 

Odier hmtorabte me^iM ^m^ 
ners were: Pack 363,\tpc^oitii 
by Haygood Medtodltt C^yi^ 
and head^ bv Ed PttlsM; 
Scout Troop 416, Eastern ^(ve 
a^apel, ^n Hu^n II; iM 
Scout Squadrmi 414, iM^ 
Naval Air Station, Bob KMI^. 




Attend Parents Weekend 




Mrs. Robert G. Merritt of 5061 Joslin Street and her 
daughter, Pamela, were among those who attended the annual 
Parwits Weekend recaitly at Trinity College in Washintton, 
DC. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Magee, Jr. of 1256 Inlynnview 
Road and their daughter, Patrida, also attended Ae afiair. 
Pamela is a sophomere and Patrkia u a jttttbr ttt Ti^^ 
OJtege. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thursday. April 15, 1965 




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N^ B»Mi * CavftUar Dr. — 42A4131 
St«t A Pacific Av«. '— 4SM7M 



Fmst mAFTST cmmoi 

H. WaMI ¥fm%tn,fmmK 
9:30 lA.— ^tHMlty Sc^mmI ^ 

ll:UO kon.— Moru^ Wonl^ 
6:13 p.ai. Traimog UbJdd 
7:3U p.m.— fivennc Servka 
Eveoiat Servket 30 a^mom htftf 
May 15 ' Se yi. fS. 

•aVUIUK IIAflliiT CUURoi 

iMUnMHMV HiNiaall«Mi 

Ihmmt—Hmm V. llaVM 

8:30 A, u.-UU a.ffl.— Wontaip Service 
iMAday Soboot— y:20 A ltt:10 ub. 
k:uu pjB.— Aivoeia Svnos 



PKINCE^ A^l^iB nAZ4 

HATIIST CHUB€1I 

riMiir— McT. Mahla i^haa 
245 KottmoDt &iwtf\ 
11 a.m. A 7.30 »jB^r-i9ariUp 

2>ervic«a. \ \ 

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# MAfSS • SUPCOVEKS 

• CARPETS « UPHOLSTERING 

DECQiUTINC SERVICES 

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MAHSfttU RAMBLB^ INC. 

W« SArvfa* An Makaa Of Can 

■Mrt a^ Lmm Can 

iSa Vlrtiida Baaek B««l«w«l 

PMOMS 4SI.4M1 



•SACULAWM BAfnST CHURCU 

vok * Mwl. Ava. 
A oonpenMiig ^oylhem tf^tiat 

Wawia WeMm. 4r.. MlnMw 
PtuHie 42g-2u04 
9:45 a-m.— Mioday Sobooi 
i: ajA.— Jktoaat StfVK* 
6:3U p.m.— lAua^i UoioB 
7:iU p.jn.^— Hbwenuif bcrvica 
7:jO pjQ.— Wed. fraycr bcrvoe 

IfATTH iATTIST CHURCIl 

6818 va. tteafili UiW...>loitoi^ Va 
l-rad M. FadM, PaMir 

9:45 tJB — iumday Sdwol 
11 :UU ajn. — Moroiag Worship 

6:3U p4n.— t-eUowMup Hour. 

li'dO P.BL — Irveoioc ilervkea 



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MAiS%MnM<BAL ^K)MS 

VIRGINIA BEACH. WRGINIA 
PHONE 42S4I2I 



GRACE UUrtHSEN CHURCH 

A. HmU AniMiaiMr' 

10:00 am>>Siuidaylahool 
11:00 uik— WooMp aervioa 
7t30 PA.— EvetuQc Servica 

MOUNT OLIVE 
RAPTIST CHURCH 
fcT. T. Ai. Wtmm, Httm 
9:30 t.Ba^—(^mh Sdbooi 
nm ajn.— MoroBif Wwirfitp- 
7:30 pjn.— fiveoii^ Wonfaip 



Sw4ty Monday * Tuaiday 

Mn II CoHiriteaai 9al*Maaa •IM>Mi«n* 

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MESSAGE 



She's a? younsr as spring- 
time, as sweet-scented as a 
lily, beautifully serious with 
the total dedication of youth. 
People in church smile a| 
they watch her, and they 
walk out into the April sun- 
light feeling better, happier, 
for having seen her. 

They cannot, ever again, 
be as young as she is, but 
this doesn't seem to matter. 
For she is a symbol to them. 
She represents the wonder 
of spring when the world 
becomes new and fresh 
ag^in, when flowers bloom 
mBi$4ot the first time* and 
when the Church retells the 
story of its greatest miracle 
— Christ's promise of ever- 
lasting life. 

This, unquestional^j m^ 
the greatest promise eveir 
made, and the reminder of 
it comes at Nature's mcMit 
perfect season. Be sure that 
you go to the church of your 
dioice this Easter, so that 
you may again hear and re- 

£ ember the Easter message 
all its glory. 



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OAK GROVfi BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Yirg}^ 
Mwtm St Clafr, ftMr 
MS aA.— Ctanete Scboql 
11^ aj&.->4klonuiig Wohb^ 

BIBLE BAPTBT CHURCH 
GttmmeU tti. tt UHmism Or. 
Bagm^ Viiybiia 
RtT. OmwH Moon, P 

9:45 ajn.— Sunday Sobool 
11:00 ajn.— ^Momiflg Worah^ 
7:45 pja.— EtWHog Wonhip 

ST. HmN% uArmr church 

Princes AaM Court Ifoiise 
Ojlav. Wimet B. PMMi^ 

iflN) a.a.-^Suad»y Sidiooi 
11^ aja.— Mornlos Woofaip 

6:00 p.m.— B.T.U. 

7:00 pjo.— Eveaint Wnriijp 

LONDON BSIDCB 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

I Lowkm Biid^ Viniiiia 
G. E**ai« SS^ Smv 
9:45 ajB.— Sunday Sstod 

11:00 a.ai.— Moraite WtuOtt 
6:30 pjn.Traiiiing Dnkn 
7:30 pjn.— Eveijiv Wor^ 

IREEWILL BAPIVr CHURCH 

In PcuiceH Anoe Cottoty on H^ 815 

^ mile past Oceana Air StKtioii 
00 ikiA 

T. I. Tiagfe, Sci^ m "^''n 

9:45 ajn.— Siindwy SdKwi 
11:45 ajtt.— Wianhip Service 

7J0 pjn.— Evenii^ Servioo 



.KEMPSVnXB BAPTffiT CHURCH 

7120 K«iB(wviUe Road 
A. D. Heoiil. fatum 
I 9:45 a.in.— Sundny School 
IIKX) a.tn.— Moniins Wonhip 
8:00 p.in — Eveni nt WoiAip 
THAUA LYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
IUt. Robart N. Wallaca, Pastor 
Va. Beach Blvd- adjoining 
Princesa Anna High S(Aool 
8:30 a.m. — Moratat WorsUp 
y 9:30 a.m.— Sunday Spbool 
'^^11:00 a.m. — -Morning Worahip 

I ttlWr C OLONIAL 

unvr CHURCH 

9»'MttCoknmlRoad 

fmm ^- sfaihiA p 

9:49 tMro-^aBOKf School 
11.^ t-a.-«if«i«ioc Wonhip 
6M fjn.— T«Unii« Union 
7:10 f).n.-^Bt»ans WonUp 
7:30 fm.-inii-'mmk m^ Wed. 

Foxownip BAfrm* church 

«I9 GleoAdc R(n4 lior^k 2. Va. 
Hmt. CiirlMi T. HMdffcIs, Paaler 

9:45 eJB.— Cburcii Sebool 
l|:9t MB.— ybtll^ WtonUp 

749 pm. pwinht Woi^ 

fT. Gi^Mnr vm GREAT 

cira&ic church 

7271 VbyiDia Beto^ fflvd 

Itof. 9«rtMtf Abk^ccUe, OJS.R. 

MNms: 6:M^ t.-09. 9 JO, II:0O, 12:30 

Oh^IMom ue oo SMunlay 7:30-8:30 

iUCKWATBR BAPTOT 
CHtnCH 

R«T. Ralj^ L. Hera 

10:00 aJa.— jNin^ Schod 
11:1^ •«.:A^MmiMs ^X^iMp 
IMnlas JiM end it» Oommuaily 
oMliginrter Sto^e 1784" 




ST. MA1THSW 
* . CATWM4C CHURCH 

1010 SanAa Lane, VMMd BcKh 
Fatbw O'Wn and nfiiv n^lay 
^iirater Mumrn 7:30, 9:00f 10:30 

and 13:00 
Coafewon aadi Sa^nlay 4:00 p.m. 
to 5:00 pm. ud IrOO to 8:00 pjn. 
mem Vf 5-9333 

OCSANA C3IURCH 

OF THE NAZARENE 

S. Court Houae Rd., Oceana. Vk, 

PM A.^AIdricfe, PMler 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday Scteel 
10:45 a.m.— Mwnl^ WoaUf 

TEMn.E EMANUU,* 

25th and feMdc, Vltfinia Bewdi 
PUIp Plaan,feiliM 

7:30 a m.— Servica Mon.-Fri. 
8:15 p.fli.— Friday-Sabbath Servicet 
10:00 aja.— SM.-Sabboth Servioa 
8:00 a.ai.— Servioei Sm^ 



Qm TAIUMIS 

Ei^art LadM* aad Mau Allaratieaa 

ALL KINDS 

SI06 PACIFIC AVENUE 

Virciaia Baadk. VirgiaU 

HOURS t-i 

PHONE 42S-0548 



EMANUAL 
-^ LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Kaaaath A. Prica, Pattar 
Lynn Shores Drive 
at Va. Beach Blvd. 
9:10 a.m. — Shiaday Church 

School. 
10:30 a.m. Wenhip Service 

(nunery provided) 
8:80 p.ni.-^Luther Lea^e 



FLOWERS 
HatBERT HARRB.L FLORIST 

PHONE 42f-873a 



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EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CUMi^ll of Aa GOOD SH£P^aU> 

14S9 Laskin Road 
Rev. INckaon W. layler 

»:80 a.m.— Church School 
ll':CO a.m. — Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Luther Leas^M 



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SALES * SERVICE 




3014 Virfiaia Baach Boulevard 

ADMIRAL — RCA — ZENITH 

COLOR SPECIALISt PHONE 34t-t44i 



OUR SAVIOURS 
I.UTHERAN CHURCH 

Sayiake Pines, Bayside - 

kcneth K. Carbmigta. Pastor 

8:15 a.m. — Worship Service • 

9:80 8.Tn.— Church School 

11. -00 a.m.— Worship Servu^ 

PRINCE OF PEACE 
, LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Mlnouri Svood^ 

424 Klnp Grant Road 

Rev. i. Ehner Medley, Pastor 

8:00 ajn. — Drvine Wor^vp 

9:15 B.m.— Sunday School and 

Bible Claai. 
10:30 a,m. — Divinie Worship 
rtoly Commumw-J^ ^ ||i 
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Mth Street ft Antic Avmm 
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IaBERNACLE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Ann& Virginia 
Rav. P. S. Siioll, Miaiater 

9:43 ajn.— Owrch School 
11:00 aon.— Morninc Wonhip 



THAUA METHODKT CHURCH 

Pine Ave.\ & Va. Beach Blvd. 
William L. Aalfor, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.^— Sunday School 
10:45 a.m.— Wonhip 



FOUNDRY METHODISt 
, CHURCH 

Virginia Beadi Boulevard, Lynnhayeo 
Doi^las Ebot, pastor 

8:45 a.m. and II a.m. — tervicea 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
6:30 pjn. — ^YouUi Fellowship 



BEECH GROVE 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Arme 
Roy R. Jackson, Pattor 

10:00 a.m. — Church School (, 
11:15 a.m. — Morning Worship 



FRANCte ASBURY 
METIMDIST CHURCH 

dreat Neck Road 
L«Roy Davis, Miniiter 
9:45 a.m.— OMirch Schod 
11:00 a.m.— Momir« Wonhip 



^IRC INU BEACH 
iaiM|>#r CHURCH 

207-1 Ml $ln(A 

Itef. Benilr fttiy 

8:30 Mftf-Wortfeilp Ssvke ^uniBer 



SCOTT MEMORIAL 

METHODIST CHUROI 

409 First Colonial Road 

Rov. H. Wark Curry. Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Ohtirch Sdiool 
11:00 a.m.— Momlr^ Wor*lp 
7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellow^ip 

VAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
MRTHOniST CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Road 
Imn G. i^m. Jr.. Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.ni. — Morning Worship 

HAYG00t> METHODIST 

a|uw:H 

8149 Ifalshom Road 

Sdhednk of Scrvicta 

Each Soodtay 

Wor*%> Servkes: 8:30 ajn., 9:45 
a.m., and tl a.m. 

Church Sdwoi tw afl age groups 
' 9:45 a.m. 

Se<»>iiid sessimi of dairch Sdiool at 
1 1 a.m. for cUMrm tq> tfvmigb 7<}) 
grmle and adults. 

MelhodKt Yout* FeHowship: 7 p.m. 
for yotuig people— 7*, 8th and 9«h 
gnuks in JUntOr High Grmip and 
lOlA grade up for Senior Groiq;*. 

Prieads w^teomei .' _ 



BAYLAKE METIIODIST CHURCH 

Sii(X6 Dnve at Troisure Mand Dr. 

Bayaide 

Raymoad E. Muasar, Minister 

8:3U & 11 a.m.— Worship Strhtct 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 



CHARITY METHODBT CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Rev. WiUtam A. Meoo, h. 

i0:00 a.m.— Oiorch Soiiooi 
(1:00 ajn.— Morning Wonbip 

^ ' ■ II I I Mil 

SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Key. Frank D. James 
10:00 a.m. — Monvng Worsnip 
11:00 a.m.— Church School 
7:30 p.m.— Youth FeUowship 



COMMUNITY lUETHODISr 
CHURCH 

Acredi^ — Kmipsville 
Rav. John L, Kiblcr, Jr. 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
1 1:00 a.m. — ^Mm^ing Wor^ip 
7:30 pjn.— Youth F^lowriiip 



LYNNHAVEN ^ETHODIST 
CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
lav. Oscar V. Rodricues, Pastor 

.eH)0 .«.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 



EKIES METHODIST CHURCH 
Virginia Baach Bird. 
R«T. C. Katoo Gray 

jprship Service 8:30 8.m. 

:hurch School 9:45 a.tn. 

..ate Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 

ifoth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. 

BETHEL METHOOlSr CHURCH 

Princesa Anne 
,Roy R. Jacksoa, Pastor 
10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 

PLAZA METHODISrr CHURCH 

208 Plaxa Trail 

Hariiert G. Hobbs, Ptator 

9:45 a.m.— Owrch Sdhod 
11:00 a.m.— Worsh^j Service 
7:00 p.m.— Youtt Fdlowship 



NIMMO MfTHODlST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Rev. Fruk U. JaoMa 
10U5 ajn.— Church School 
11:15 ajn. — Uotamz Wonhip 



KNOrre SI. AND 

MrnioDsnr CHURCH 

' Kndtte r^n^. NO. 
KebartC. BWk. MWatat 

10^ am^p^uaiky Scbod 



ST. AIDAN'S 
EPISCOPAL CHUROl 

Meetiiv in Kifii's Oran^ EhoMiMaty 
achool) 
Phooc 341-3730 
Rsv. L. J. Taylor, Jr, View 

*:15 — Holy Communion (1st mad 3nl 

Surtikys »ch motftfi) 
9:1S— Chiwdi School {coooDmot 

with servicea) 
Mwning Praym- 2nd Mid 4lh Suadtys 

OLD DONATION , 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck Road. Bayside 

8:00 am.— Holy Comrminlon 

(Bioept during nx^er's vacaiiM) 

lO.'OO a«.— Mormof Prayer and 

Sensoo (HcJy Oommunio! oo 

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GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Picifie-^A 8-3573 
TlM Rev. CdtaHUid Bofcdy, Rectw 
fkc Rev. Mmob B. WaHaa^ Aariatatf 

8 *.m.^Holy Comnuimoa every 

Sunday 

9 a.in. — Homing prayer and 

Sermon. (Holy 'Com- 
munion every 4d> Sun- 
" day.) 

10 a.m. — Church School Uaases. 

11:15 a.m. — Morning prayer and 
Sermon (Holy Commun- 
ion every 1st Sunday.) 

ST. FRAflCIS' 
EPISCOPAL IIISSION 
atav. a^rtoa ft. CMMir 
Vk«r4B-ClMiM'* . 

509 Rosement Road 
Virginia Beaeh, Va. 
9:15 a.ai.— Church SchrAH 
10:15 ajn. — Wor^rip Ser#oa 
Nurseiy Provide 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
V^ CHURCH 
233 fiowmte'Road 
Rev. Charles R. MeOiaiey, Beetor 

8':0O A.M.— Holy OcHBlnntftea 
10:00 A.M.— Holy CemnttBion 
(1 ft 3 Sun.) 

Morning Prayer (2 ft 4 Sun.) 
€harch School follows the 10:00 
A.M. Service Nuraery aervice ia 
available. 



KTICr GRAI^ 
niESBYTERLiN CHVR(^ 

iNow meeting in the King's Grant 

Elementary Schod) 

Raynood C. Flttton, Pastor 

9.50 a.n^— Sunday School 
tl:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near R(^>blra Comer 
Rev. J. E. JohaaM, Pastor 

V:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
11 :uu 8Jn.— Monung Wonhip 

^ THALU TRINITY 
PRESBYTEIOAN CHURCH 

Now meeting in the 
HiaMa Elemwtary SciuMl 
hvbag R. SiaiAs, Miototcr 

9:30 B.m. — Morokif Woij^hip 

10:45 ajo.— Oiurch SdKwl 



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B. SidBey ^aSn, Rccter 
8:00 a.m.— flcrty Comnfoajffl 
9:00 a.m.— Family Ser^^ and 
McMtting Prayer <3n4 Sunday 
Hwy CommunitM) 
IVM a.m. — Mortung Prayer, aennon 
(1st Sima$y Hoi^ Caemninioa) 

ST. NICHOLAS 
CATHOLIC ^UUCH 

Sunday Meases 8:^ mi fOtlK) a.m. 
ConfesaiQM: 4 to 6 p.m. Satui^ 
Oate^Wi CI«K 10 to 12 Sahn^y 
B^itkBi: Afto 8:3d ajn. Masaai 

BTAlT^^ 

cAim^c 

lithSt.aady , 

Winter: 8:00. 9:»?^:00, 12:15 
%mmer (lune t - ti^m Div) 



BOW CREEK 
PRESBYtKUAN CHURCH 

RoseMDot Ro«4 and Plaae Trail 
Wairts I. MWef, fWiia<ir 

9:46 a.m.— Sunrfay ScMie| ' 
1 1:00 a.m.— Chnreh Haiy i ^ 
LYPmHA^^M 

PRESBrreRiAN drnmcH 

Lynnhmnea VIU^ 
Rev. Maritm R. Webb. Ir., MiaMsf 
9:45 a.m.— Ghuith Schaol 
11:00 am. — Moniiig Wor^ 
6i30 p.m.— ^^wth FeJlowrt# 
6:30 p.m. — Pioiwer PeMowailip 
7:30 p.m.— Evwung WonNp 

OPUST PRESiYIlBlAN 
• CWJBOI • 

1200 AragMk-Bftdevanl ^ 
M. BhMd Peiigf, III j I 

1:30 am.— Worship^ Md qtarGh 

School 
9:30 a.m.— Wordiip iii4 Cburcfa 

School ' ' 

11:00 «.ffl.— Worship iM Oiiudi 

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' Ncific Aveaue gl 9e4i<«ini& 
9:45 ajn.— Chttfch Scboel 

11:00 a.m.— Momiag'3Vqrahu> 
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B. Cfl^vA Ceelay, Hater 
9:45 a.m.— ONuKli School 
11:00 am.— Morning Warslnp 
6:30 pm.— What-I<fou Pdbvshm 
6:80 p.m.— Koneer FeHowiMp 
6:30i.ni.^Yo^ Peoi^'a f^Uov- 

^^Vicfi or C30P 

Bobhy H. Sana, VMoff 

9:45 A.M.— Sui^y School 
11:00 A.M.— M<»ninc We^to 
7:3p A.M.--^veaing Woti^ 

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Vii^^ 0eeach Bodevud 
Jiaal Lane — Qeeum " 
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W a.«.--Cbowh MkwI ' 
11:00 a.ai.— MfwaiM H^arMp 
7:30 f^—Bm^Ms $mm 



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10:00 a.n.— BMik Sta^ 
11:00 •4a.-4lamta| w«nUp 
7:00 p.M, — EvcninK Worship 

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PMri B. McOdM^. HM^ PMtoi 

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9:45 a^— mUa Sofaool 
11:00 ftjn.— Morakic Wonfaip 
7:30 pjn.--Faiiiify ^«iMi Smie* 



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COMMUNITY CHArat 

LMkie Rd. Unkiiora Raf 
R^v. Ridkard Wso^ardl. PmIot 

9:45 a.m.i^-SuiMky Sdwol 
11:00 ajn. — ^oreini Worriiie 
I *:30 am.— Oiacfavn's tfaurob 

7:30 pjo. — ^Evei^ Servka 



LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHURCH 
(C»agr*|ati«*al ChrittiM) 
Cr«at N*elt Road! aaar Shara Dr. 
Tka Stmt. Tbo. H. BrittoB, Miaiatar 
9:46 a.m. — Churelf School 
11:00 a.m. — aforninir WonUe 
7:30 p.m. — Pilnrim PeUownhip 
Nu-ji^rv for amid) eMMi^ 
»JRURBAN CHRBTIAN 
CHURCH 
111 Loboui^ Ave., Bellamy M«Mr 
Vif^nia Beach. Va. 
Rav. J. Fraderidt fMrtva " 
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there's anew BLAMELESS Water heater 
(the quick-recovery kind). 

The electric quick-fecovery water heater need* no venta or 
flues . . . stays cool to the touch because it's flamcleag . 
And, VEppo pays $40 of your installation coat when you put in 
a quick-recovery electrk as original equipment oru a< 
replacement for your present non-electric heater. To qualify 
tor VEPm's cash allowance, be sure to call a VEPOO-autlKnrized 
Liw Better Electrically installing dealer or plumber. 

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EkmentMY Sebool 
Rev. ClMriaa P. PiMWi, Wahtit 
I 9 30 ajn.— Chun* 9dbdal 
10:30 a.m.—WiMiMp 

Nunery at Ml wrvfeat 
ST. AIDAN'S 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
ICi>t'« Graal M. A E^abarck Dr. 
Stwdjr ^l-3730— Offica 340.64g9 
Rar. L. J. Taylor, Jr., Vicar 
R a.m. — Holy Communion 
10 a.m. — Family Service 
Holy Communion Itt ft drd Sun. 
Morning Prayer other Sundays 
Church School concurrent wiUi 
Family Sapice 

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FRIEN1D8 MEETINO 

(Qaaken 

LaaUn Rd. 

9:43 a.m.— Simday Schoc^ 

ll:UO a.m. — Meeting tot Momiai 

Worstaq) 



ST. MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana 

Itev. D. P. FeMop, PMtor 

9:30 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Wonhip Service 



DIAMOND SPRINGS 
CHRISmAN CHURCH-*- 

DiKteles of Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 

Near Uttle Creek Ferry 

G. David IRuvcrei, Pastor 

8:45 a.m.— Worship Service 

9:43 am.— Stpkify Sdux]4 

11:00 a.m. — ^w>rab*^ Service 

6:30 p.m. — ^Youth Oroupa 



9:45 a.m. — Sunday Sohoeli 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH 

New MaatiBf At 

lAn B. Day Elantaatary MmV 

J. Staatea Blaia, Paat^t 



ARAONA BAPTIST CHURCH 

Naw Ma ati a p In Loaita Lnxlard 

Elamantary School 

N. C. CLIFTON, Pastwf 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School —-—- 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worski^^ 
fl.;30 p.m. — Training UnioBrrrT' 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worshjp 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer Meeting 

CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rav. GARY B. THOMPSON 

Minister 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday Schoot'3^^ 
11K)0 a.m. — Worship ServieBs-:^ 
5:45 pm. — Vesper Service 
6:30 p.m — ^Training Union — 



NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS 

ROANOKE — Koanokt 
Memorial lIosiMtals has thous- 
ands of dollars worth of .scholar- 
ships and loans available for 
girls over 17 years of age in. 
tereste<l in iiursin![f careers, 
according to hospital dirartor 
William Hr Flannagan. 

Any high school graduate with 
an averaige record can qualify 
now for more than $3,000 ^n 
loans and scholarships at 
Roanoke Memorial, he said. 
Girls interested in nursing may 
cofltact the Director of Nursin?, 
Roanoki^ Memorial Hosi)itaIs. 
Roanoke, Va., to see if they can 
qualify. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thuraday, April 15, 1^65 





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Agricultural Agent 

By i. R. '13ICK" COCKReLL« JR. 



Army Second U. Herman 
G. Schafer is the new intelli- 
gence and operations officn' 
at Fort'^Story. He succeeds 
IVfai. William' J. Her/Jie who 
retired. *•- 



SUNRISE SERVICE 
AT PLAZA 



•AYSDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

" , (Oot^re^tiomt) 
Shores Dr^ve and Greenwell Road 

9:45 %.m— Worship Service .-,-^*4'f 'cek Presbyterian Church on 



PLAZA — An Easter Sun- 
rise Service will be held for the 
Princess Anne Plaza Community 
in the pine grove beside the Bow 



osenumi Road and Plaza Trail. 
The Service will hegia at 6 ."..m. 
under the direction of the Rev- 
erend W. J. Miller. 

__ ^^^^ Guest speaker for this serv'ce 

Mornrng' Wo'rahip— Tb:o'o"'>Mr*fwiW ^e t^* Reverend Jck;! B. 

Church School— 11:15 A.M. ] Whitten from the Union Theo- 
logical Seminary, Richmond, 
Virginia. Mr. Whitten is working 
on his Doctorate and has brought 
the Easter Message for the past 
o year* to th5 Plaza C om« 



munity. 

I Qioirs for this service will be 
under the direction of J. T. 
Fentress, Minister of Music for 
the Presbyterian Church with 
Mrs* Dora Fentress as organist. 



--SUNRISE SERVICE 

. AOREDALE — The Youth 
fellowshit) of Community Meth- 
odist Church of Acredale will 
sponsor a Sunrise Service on 
Easter Sunday at S:30 a.m., at 
the Stumpy Lake Golf Course on 
Indian River Road. 

The public is cordially 
vited to attend. 



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SUPAK ELECTED 

PRINCETON, N.J. — Jon 
Allen Supak, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Nathan Supak, of 415 
52nd Street, Virginia Beach, was 
elected as a Woodrow Wilson 
Fellow for l%5-66. 

His undergraduate college is 
Washington and Lee University. 



FARM POLICY 



President Johnson's farm mes- 
sage indicates that most farm 
legislation in the commg year 
will be a continuation of present 
policies with no contemplated 
lessening of the go^mment rple 
in agriculture. . 

Commodity programs will be 
designed for commercial agri- 
culture, and ''economic oppor- 
tunity" programs will solv.: the 
needs of small farmers and rural 
non-farm families. 

"^Hw^-cmrof commaairy pro- 
grams are a real concern to ev- 
eryone, including the Bureau of 
the Budget. It is hoped that part 
of needwl funds for th2ji^at~~on^ 
poverty will be avaihtSle frt^ 
reduced expenditu^ci^y the 



a central yard prte. A 2d0- o#: 
300-watt frosted lamp wW i^ 
a large area. 

The shallow ^ant rt^cesmf^ 
also good to utein tte fe 
barnyard if centrally loca^d^ 
a pole or mounted on the 
of a building so b<Mh ftidet 4M' 
lighted. 

Angle ref}^t<Mii are bet^r 
than dome reflectors if a farm«|;^ 
wants a unit mounted <m t^ 
side of a high building. A 20^ 
watt lamp will do a good job tA, 
lighting the immediate area d 
the farmyard or feedlot. ^i^ 
all fixtures for general ouKfeor 
lighting 15 feet above the 
ground. Mount lights forpordi^ 
or building entrances at least 
10 feet high. 
u^ Farmers can find many w^ ' 
^^- for a portable floodlight on the * 



Department of Agriculture. XJfarmstead. It can be used for 
The USDA has been engaged tH»loading hay or grain, j€«dh^ 



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PHONE GA 8.1929 ' 3(013 PACIFIC AVENUE 

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in a peace-making campaign be 
twcen major farm organizations. 
This i& an attempt to neutralize 
differences and to create an at- 
mosphere of minimum bickering, 
which is in line with the LBJ 
strategy of pre-planned com- 
promise. The test of this soft line 
strategy won't be long in coming. 

Johnson wants to begin sign- 
ing up five to ten million acres a 
year of cropland until cventiiallv 
50-80 million acres are removed 
from crQp production. Whple 
Tarms would be taken out of pro- 
duction although there would be 
limits to avoid depopulating the 
rural areas and to ease Ae blow 
to {arm based businesses. 

This plan is similar to the soil 
bank concepti except the new 
pl^ may bejoffered only on a 
bid basis wiln contracts going to 
farmers who offer to retire the 
best land at the lowest price. 

There Is a proposal in this 
year's farm message th^t almost 
three-fourths of the current 
wheat and f^d grain "surpluses" 
be put into a national food re- 
serve as a safeguard against poor 
crops and for national defense. 
This would include soybeans at 
perhaps the 50-100 million bu^- 
el reserve level. 

The administration wants an 
extension, probably two more 
years, for the feed grain and 
wheat program. This would be 
for the 1966-67 crop years and 
may mclude a a>n'-""i wheat- 
feed grain bas«. Tli"' ' «ome 
indication soybeans r^-^ *^e al- 
lowed on divert*^ acres in lieu 
of diversion payments. 

The bigqest battle of this Con- 
gress could com* over bills to 
allow voters in each state^ — 
rather than the U.S. Supreme 
Cqprt — lo decide how state leg- 
islatures should be apportioned. 
The proposal calls for Constitu- 
tional amendment and. to nnss. 
must be aopitjved by two-thirds 
of both Houses. ■'> ' 

GOOD FARMYARD 
LIGHTING MAKES 
FARM LIFE EASIER 

Good farmyard HtJEhtin* Mop 
than pays its wav. The rit;ht kirid 
of li?htini? fixtures, properly Id- 
eated and controlled, will con- 
tribute toward safer working 
conditions, greater working ef- 
ficiency, convenience, and add 
to the appearance of the farm- 
stead. 

Farmers can use several tvoes 
of fixtures outdoors to improve 
nieht-time operations around the 
farm. 

A shallow dome reflector is 
especially well-suited for use o» 



GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE 

VFRfilNTA BEACH— Plaza 
churches will come together for 
worship and meditations on the 
"Seven Last Words from the 
Cross" at 8 D.m., Good Friday. 

Participants are the Rev. 
Melvin J. Huqhes, Pastor. Plaja 
Baptist Church, 5th & 7«h 
Wffidis; the ;Rev. Herhr't G. 
Hobhs, Minister, PbM M-fhod- 
ist Church. 1st A S^d WnnJs*, 
the Rev. We'ntz J. Milier, Min- 
ister, Bow Creek Presbv^eriHu 
Church. 6th Word: and the Rev. 
Clayton E. Crimper. Vicar, St. 
Francis' Episcopal Mission, 2od 
& 4th Words. 

Members of tfle respective 
churches are ctx-diaHy invited to 
participate. 



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trucks, workmg with sick ani- 
mals, repairing machinery, or 
lighting outdoor recreation areas. 
Remcmberp-good lighting de- 
pends on having the right type 
of fixture for the job, good io^ 
cation aitd arrangement, pr<q}er 
bulb wattage, and convenieiR ^ 
cation of switches. ^ ' '' 

FINE SEEDBED 
IMPORTANT IN GARDEN 

Get off to a pxxtitsit l^ifi^ 

tablishing a fine seed bed now. 

Even though wt had some uiif 
favorable weather in March. % 
this time the "soir should be ig 
top-notch condition — high in or- 
ganic mattar* tow ia iwt^ 
smooth and in excellent til^H*^'*^ 
three or more inches deep. This I 
is the kind of seed bed K> shoot 
for if you hope to have' a hi^ 
yield ctf top quality vegtteWcs. [ 
Those gardeners who have aJ- ' 
ready done some )ilantin^ dioold 
ncM make the miitelee of fcn]^- ' 
ting their earlier crops in the ex- 
citement of new plantings. Get 
the firsft flush of weeds »f^| 
they are still small — not* w^m -s 
than an inch hi^. { 

A wheel hoe is suggested as a 4 
good tool to. use in «^«Ufl|. H * 
you hapf^i to have a pov^ d^ 
tivator, and enough room be- • 
tween rows, that, of ooun^ wB | 
work fine, too. With citticr tod, ; 
you will stiU have to do ^nie \ 
hand weeding right in the rows ; 
themselves. 

The weed i»oblem «ui al^ 
reduced by using « mulch, 
prefer sawdust^ placed not more I 
tiian a quarter-inc^ deep on top ; 
01 the planted row to pfe^nt I 
.sprouting. After the ve^tablei % 
are about two inches high, I sug- \ 
gest applying a bnc-indi layer <A ' 
sawdust over the entire area be- ; 
tween the rows. B^ore addtaig • 
this mulch, however, first dch j 
stroy any weeds by cultivarirf^. ' 
For a more detailed dcKrip-* I 
tion of the use of sawdust as & ♦ 
mukh, consult Vircinia T^h J 
Circular No. 650, "Sawdust as \ 
a Mulch," available at our of- : 
fice. 

■ Thinnimj is another chore to ; 
keep in mind for earlier {di^ed 1 
vegetables. Try to leave th« ; 
stronger plants at the recom-^ ! 
men(^d distances apart ' IHien' 
thinning each row. While ycffWt"- 
thinning is also an excellent time 
to weed within the rows. 

Vegetables to plant in April 
can include beets, carrots, and 
radishes, even if you ini^t haw 
planted some of these in Mfif^. 
You can also plant snap bewis 
and sweet com in the latter part 
of April in most of the state. 

I recommend. Tender Pod is 
a personal favorite snap bMi 
variety. This has curved rather 
long-tipped pods, but %^ a 
wonderful eatiniz quality, whe^ ; 
ther fresh, canned, or fr^sn. P« 
a nearly straight handstxne 
high-yielding snap bean, thotq^, 
some persons may prefer T<^ 
crop. 

As for sweet csom. the p^reo- 
nial favorite — Ool^i OtMS 
Bantum — is hard to beat 

Try new varieties if voB Mke, 
by all means, but donH to^t 
the fine old intfM^s. 

You can also be preparing fw 
warm season cro^ sudi Rs to- 
matoes, litna beus, n^o^ on- 
cumb^, and squadj^ l«t It 
>TOuId be safer not to p^^i 
in A|»ril. Tte'^y fMrt--Qi MHR 
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NOWVUC — Tfcie 1^ 8i- 

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i^^nn ol sprii^ to 
|Mltea, tte ^g ha§ 
■« tpnbot of tfw »«!(» 
te woM over. The ^ hat (ieai 
^r J '%^r, eoltted and 

JblrsaUtetdie(^4ii»] pur. 
"*> hi OdiMll ^ was to im- 
JLlitt hrfllMitiy-hued foliage 
tmm with the fkst flush 
"t^Pi. ii MN^en €urope 
■le i|^ liwe 4^red red for Thor. 
ft^Hr for EoMre, the goddess 
Ml^ lent her name to our Easter. 
ta ^ earty ^yg ci the Christian 
MWelf, Mp were cdored red 
taMtn^ Ae blood of Christ, 
^^tsh folk used red, 
■ad violet dyes. The Per- 
M^ Vte die lliteiam, created 
i^kmtm werics (rf art out of tfM 
JW liirtieU. 

~ ^^^^ lad frolicking have 
kMi^ hepB nsocia^ with 
^ftj^hu e Md e^imc. An 
tii^ ^^Ush cust<^ of rolling 
iMwk Oiwawi<ii tm at Easter 
^0^ abaadia i wd ad c^|^ 
Kriled <kmn the Ifill in- 
TM 1^ rolling custom has 
WWi^, iNit now it is o4»erved 
tiy cMAno. ifltes^rtu^, in*t it, 
•4||t Ae floHipi of «^ oq the 
f^ km b^»^ f«- Uiis OMin- 
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8 slices enriched bread, toaaM 
tt cup undiluted c«id(Nned to- 
mato K)Up 

Fry chopped hMXMi over 
medium heat until crisp. Reserve 
biuxm fat. Cut hard-cooked egg^ 
in hi^ kngthwue. Remove 
y(4ks, kavii^ wfaito whole. 
Mash y<^s with a Uxk; add salt, 
pepper, paprika, mustard, vine- 
gar and 2 ublespoons of djc 
ba(x)n fat. Place over Ibw heat 
until heated through, stirring fre- 
quently. Fill egg whites with hot 
yolk miWurc. With a large cookie 
cutter, cut center out of half die 
toast sIkxs am) {Hace each one 
on t(^ of a wtwle toast 
^ninkle «x)ked twcon in eai 
toast cup and top with 2 fa<M 
(teviied egg halves. HeM tomato 
stNip and spoon over egp. 
Yield: 4 servinp. 
EG<^ IN HAM BLANKETS 
1 cup fine dry bread crumbs 
1 cup milk 
1 cup ground, cooked ham 

(firmly packed) 
1 tablespoon horse-radish 
1 tablespoon prepared mustard 
8 hard-axAed eggs, peeled 
1(11 OE.) can ch^sse soup > 

Oanbine dry bread crumbs, 
milk, ham, horse-radish and 
mustard. Pres ^ cup ham 
mixture firmly around each e^. 
Place coat^ eggs in a shallow 



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oil AprU 23-i5. 

John J. Hus^ ^ithop of 
RichB«ted, ^m k^i^tte con- 
vention utkter t^ ^Mie "Falih 
—A Beac^m to flii^ LuAt, 
ChariQ^A Vottx tf Give l^" 
taken txcm Pcne J(^*f &cy- 

cBcal,x"f?iC€iii » Twra'!. 
*' A- - ' . 

AU c^ the parish^ in the Tide- 
water Iteaneiy, uodk^r the 4fec- 
tictt of Mfs. Pblllp Kusso, pn- 
erri ciMinnan, and Mrs. Q. V. 
Bradtbaw, Jr., co-chanroi^, 
both of Virginia Beach, an re- 
sponsible fat the preparftkiaa. 
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iq^tkisn <^ ^ e|g car- 
ried oyer into superstitk^ coa- 
4^|ii^ die ^ssnell. Fo|k talai 
fl^e diat the Dalmatian ^nrett 
mf^fA to flirQw ei^A^ls as far 
fippm tkt hot^ u pcwslble to 
^•te a bmj^bur^ me whKh 
' oould M mst- Osrmans 
1^ i^4kpHs because 
^y teliev«l ttat witdies, who 
^rid $^ (mtt|ial% Gffm wat^, 
cmM^^ ad in ^N^ boafi. 
^kt now ^W0ka Buany. 
to we anittc^ i^is su- 
u^skM^ ct TeuttMiic 
iito. I^om the Teutons comn 
Irote^ some su- 
poMt a tibbit txmld 
1^ ^^ m ^ night befoie the 
.^^^ Fea^val aM at sunrise 
itim Ac (X)ri|Mi(n (rf eggs at 
^la^ Krf a ^6m cUld. 

4p i^m tales Md M t}» le- 
fif^Mi fvmboUsm from 'round 
Ae w^ tafit into full bloom 
Ib ^'&s|k' ^^ ^ our ^Hiff- 
^. %e e^ b sdfl the symbd 

^^^iSe 

^0C 4» n'indeed, eggtime, 
li a «rftecti«i <rf five red^Hss 

J^lw^aed to mak^ the tucm 
^ tt» many egp which have 
bwn hatd-"bQifed". Nothing 
Id^A about the recipes, thou^. 
BUGMI^MJtAGUS 

mNsnumiE 

4 <l0 <«.) pttskage frozen cut 

ttpan^m 
4 UM-o3lri»d ^p, sliced 
1 MiMQ<n flun^ onicMi 
li^m <JK.) can «mdensed 

cn^im c4 muAroom soup 
% cup milk 

J cup coarse loft teead crumlw 
? tableapooQs hieted butter or 

margarfaie 
Vi cup grated process cheese 
6 dices enriched bread toast, 

cubed 

Cook asparagus. Slke eggs. 
ConU>iiic onion, undiluted smp, 
and milk; beat to blend. Heat 
sQup qtixbire until smo<^. Com- 
bine bread cnimte, butter and 
cheese. Cube toast into 1-inch 
meoes. Arrange V5 <rf toast cubes 
across Iwttom of a (IW quart) 
7,h. Arranp wjoked 
!dXHgu» over toast, dien top 
h remaining toast cutes and 
ggb. Pour Mup mtxMtt 
wci ail. Top with eh^«5-bre«I 
cnimh topbmg. Bake ui a niod- 
(350°F:) f« fifteMi 

i servings. 
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;dli, chop^ 
cocked eg^ 
titxm sail 

pper 
=«Hka 
nd^rd 
onmm or 



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cheese soup over each portion. 
Yield: 8 servings. 
SHAKER EGGS 

lMrd<»oked eggs 
^ teaspoon »lt 

1 teas{KX)n dry mustard 
^ ttaipocm <9yenne 

2 tablespocms mayonnaise or 
salad drrasing 

4 teaspoons vinegar 

1 fresh egg 

^ cup fine dry bread crumbs. 

cm ttlkrd>«ooked e||s in half, 
len^wiK. Remove yolks, leav- 
ing whit^ whole. Mash yolks 
with a fork; add saft, mustard, 
cayenne, mayonnaise and vin- 
egar. Pack ^Ik mixture jfirmly 
into egg whites. To remaining 
yblk mixture add the raw egg 
uid beat iratH thoroughly blend- 
ed. Dip stuffed eggs into beaten 
egg mixture, then roll in dry 
bread crumbs. Fry in a hot, well- 
grea^ skillet, tuminf to brown 
Ughtly on all sides. Serve hot. 
Yield: 6 scrvincs. 
EGG AND CARROT 
SANDWICH FILLING ON 
RAISIN UtEAD 
l'^ cu|» chopped hard-<^>oked 

e|gs 

3 slices crisp bacon, crumbled 
% cup grated raw carrot 

% cup mayonnaise or salad 

dressing 
y^ teaspoon salt 
¥4 teaspoon tumeric ^ 

% cup toft but^ or margariiK 
16 slices raisin tvead 

Combine egp, b»:on, carrot, 
mayonnaise, salt and tumeric. 
Butter bread. Spread about % 
cup filling between each pair of 
buttered br^d slices. 
YieM: 8 sandwiches. 

i^G.pmEAPn.£ 

SANDWICH ftlXING 

% cup draiwd cru^ed pine- 
apple 

1 (3 02.) package cream cheese 

1 cup chopped bard^ooked eggs 

Vg teaspoon salt 

Dash of pepper 
Blend pineapple with cream 

chM«e; combine with eggs, salt 

and pepper. 

Yield: 1% cups, or filling for 8 



ahon, editor of 

gtfi^, will be 

pie speaker a(the ban- 

et in the Grand Baurbmn on 

Saturday, at 8 p.m. His subject 

will be "A Newspaper Man 

Looks at Publicity". 

Mr. Mahon is a native of Bos- 
ton, Massachusetts. He was 
graduated from Richmond Pro- 
fessional Institute in 1954 with a 
Bachelor of Science degree in 
social science with a major in 
journalism. Since 19S6 he has 
been em{doyed with United Press 
International news service. From 
1960 to 1963 he was Virginia 
news mallager for UP! in Rich- 
mond. Prior to that he managed 
the UPI in Roanoke. In July 
19N63 he was named mankger of 
the UPI bureau in Atlanta. Mr. 
Mahon also has served as news 
reporter in Portsmouth and New- 
port News and did public rela- 
ti<His work for the iRichmond 
area Community Chest. 

Mrs. Harold Ucband, ^»U- 
ing president^ has announce 
that registration fbr the conven- 
tion will open Friday afternoon 
at 4 p.m. and will continue un- 
til 9 p.m. There will be a "Get 
Acquainted" reception Friday 
evenifi^ at 8 p.nt. A General 
Meeting will be heW m the 
dratfd Ballroom of the motel 
5^turdav morning at 9 ft.M., fol-* 
lowed by Mass at 11:45 cele- 
brated by His Excellency, Kfost 
Rcvfc^H John J. Russell, Bish- 
op of Rkhmond. 

At the 12:30 luncheon in the 
Garden*"Room, June Black of 
Sears will perform a fashion skit, 
"^U}oking Like A Million on a 
Budget". Amonq the events 
scheduled for Saturday after- 
noon is an exhibit at 2:30 p.m., 
a man in a full pressure space 
suit, similar to that worn bv 
astronauts. The banquet at 8 
p.m. wiH be the highlight of the 
evening. ' . 

Concurrent workshops of all 
committees will be held Sunday 
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. fol- 
lowed by general assembly and 
Mass at 12 o'clock. New state 
officers wilt be elected. 

Mrs. Raymond P. White of 
Blessed SacramoU Churdi in 
Norfolk and past president of 
the Tidewater Deanery Council 
of Catholic Women is expected 
to be elected as a State Officer 
in the capacity of recording sec- 
retary to die Board of the Rich- 
moiwJ Diocraan CouitcU of 
Catholic Women. 

Alfred Whitehurst, Common- 
wealth Attorney, will speak at 
the 1:(X) o'clock lundieon, which 
will conclude the convention. 
His topic will be "Problems <rf 
Youths 

Registration fees are $18.00 
for the full three days, or $6.W 
for one day. Mrs. Emil Serlkfa 
of Blessed Sacrament Church is 
registration chairman, and may 
be contacted at 613 New Hamp- 
shire Avenue In Norfolk, or by 
telephoning 627-1165. 




fabric. It gives the socc^sftif alliance ol beauty and versarility, 
vitality an<f perfonMttee. A deU^t to eye and fingertips, acetate 
heightens tfie hutury and elegance oi traditional satins, damasks, 
and brocaitei, inparM dnuna fod distlnGtton to modem mood 
fabrira. Awtates dye brUttMtly to spwkling gem tones, or tint to 
delicate pastels; can be as soft and.pubfcy as shantwii^. m crisp 
and smooth like taffeta; may ^%tet^ or; when delustered, give m 
a subtler glow. » 

Functionally, acetate fabrics assure easy dty cUsan%, quick 
drying, a^ afresh appearance dtfoughout Aeir lengtfiy wear-life. 
R^MKBt to moths and mildew, diey can wtdi- 
stantf Ae strength — M^mg pas of .sunli^t 
somewhat better than cottdn, and significantly 
more than dull nylon or silk. 

Fiber 25, an ac^tete speciaky product, 
created for drapery application, brings additional 
plus features to its end-products; a firmer, crisper 
hand, incregs^ bulk, and an iridescent luster. 
Acetate Is erf particular interest to die dnpery 
trade because o( its natural dimensional stability, 
I eliminating the "elevator" effect, chronic ailment 
Betty Deal **' prapery fabrics. 

Or you might try Hyon whkh repeats ace- 
tate's glamour and rturdin«s. Specially engmeercd to mwt spwfic 
end-use rajuiremcnts, and may be used in fabrics that are plain or 
patterned, sh«r or heavy, sleek or fl**noV<lty texture. 

Both rayon and acetate arc excellent blending fibers, ami both 
may be solution-dyed to insure a permanency <rf color. Impervious 
to the fading effa:ts of laundering, dry cleaning, sunlight, and un- 
usual climatic conditions. 

Fiber 40, a hi^ stiengUi "modified" rayon staple, is marketed 
in quality conU-oHed draMry fabrics under the trademark Avril. 
1 his product, found in ^U home furnishings fabrics, is specifically 
designed for ultra-hi^ strength, resistant to shrinkage from laun- 
dering, and long wear and be^.TjM4M«b#ith cotton, a combed 
look is obtain^!, and with alt nbers ifrifarti a smooth, clean, and 
desirable hand- 
It is possible to simulate soft, luxurious woveh drapery fabrics, 
fibers are also pnxessed and bonded togetiier uvto colorful, wash- 
able non-wovcns ^at will hang in graceful folcfc, and that can be 
custom-tailored without raveling by a simple scissorstrim. "As I 
see it", the woven 6nes are prettier. 

^. Drapery fabrics that an performance tested for strcngdi, 
colorfastJiess, and shrinkage control, and are certified as meeting 
or exceeding the American Standards Association L-22 require- 
ments will indicate this oo the tag. 

On these pretty days, we get ever so often now, (diough not 
often enough for me), have a prepared meal in the freezer so you 
can do those extra jobs like gardening, ^aning a sewing without 
having to cook afterwards. T 

Which reminds me to announce that registrations kre being 
taken at the Extension office at City Hall for the Beginner's Sew- 
ing class. If you are interested, call 426-6ll 1 1, Ext. 6. Love to have 
you — 





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discusses plans for the 16th Bi-ainid Convention of the Rich- 
mond Diocesan Councirof Catholic Women, with Mrs. Phillip 
Russo, chairman of arrangements of the convaition. ^ 

(staff photo by Padrick) 




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T. M. Bellamy, Inc. to Sidney 
L. Stewart et ox, "firt of tfwt 
No. 2, plat of Woodlawn Fann; 
tax $19.20. 

Eu^ne F. PetcrjKW et i« to 
lo«m Naimo et lix, tot II, 
block 29, plat of Priri(»?s Anne 
Plaza sec. 6; Ux $t9.6S. 

Nwman BuUi (xK^lMrt et ux 

SCarl a BaUey, Jr. ct ux, lot 
7. plat of Malibu sec. 3; tax 
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Gecv^ H. LimeaMier et ux 
to Jaitm M. Oanton et ux, tot 
IS, btock 40, plat <^ Aragona 
VilUge sec. 9; tax %2l.\S. 

Bob F. Weems ^ ux to James 
W. GiUs et als, tots 30, 32, 
btock 95, plat <4 Vi^ia BeiKrb 
Devetopment Company Na 6; 
tax $48.60. 

James H. Kabler et^ als to 
James %. Stoll %t ux, tot 39, 
plat of SancMvklge Beacb sec. 2; 
tax $19.50. 

Harley E. Wallace et ux to 
James R. Goodrich ^ ux, tot 1 8, 
block C, plat of Lake Smith Ter- 
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Frank J. Brant et ux to Ron- 
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Mock IS, {rtat trf Princess Anne 
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John O. Cassidy et ux to Joel 
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l^tmordand Estates sec. 1; 
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Zelma V. Tayloe et ux to Er- 
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4, btock 5, plat of Mncats Aime 
mmm. 14; tax $23.10. 

Cbra» Realty OxtKwatkm to 
Jamas P; Oo^vell et ux, lot 74, 
pttit €i U^Bvttto &«a^ Mc. 
2-A; tia $Jft70. 

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ux ^ Talma^ LaVon NftCutch- 
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i«Ki Batten tax $21. 3a V 

JoiiMali S. Bttrkm et ux to 
JttHus V. l^bnbre, pan^, plat of 
^op«rty of Atanton Cc^pora- 
tton; tax $45. 

Polnt-O-View, Inc. to John E. 
Cr«*ter«| et ux, tot 9, block 4, 
plat of Pdint-6-View sec. 1; tax 
$30.75. 

John A. Harper, Jr. et ux to 
Thomas W. Martfnette ct ux, tot 
48, plat of Kinp Grant mc. 1; 
tax $31.20. 

Bay Enterprises, Inc. to John 
B. James et al, paj!«el - near 
Lynnhaven; tax $37-50. 

Tillman W. Jones, Sr. et ux 
to Ann Lee CofftoM, \xA 10, plat 
of Bellamv Manort tax $33.90. 

Qetis Vincent McDaniel « 
ux to Bobby W. I^kins et ux, 
tot, 4, block 34, plat of Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 1\ tax $18.75. 

T & M Construction Corpora- 
tton to RulMll Mteyer et ux, tot 
91, plat of Soutl^ra P«att wc. 
2; tax $44.55. 

Robert H. Gre^>ry et ux to 
Russell L. Bess et ux, lot 19, 
p\«t of Indkn River Gardens; 
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James C. Ander«(»i, ff .^ ux 
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43, plat of Elizabeth River 
Shores; tax $28.95. 

Guy WHliCrd Loveless ^ ux^4o 
Etoyle R. Cox ct ux, lot 110, 
plat of Gatdenwood Parii; tax 
$24. ^'' --7^^-' 

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of Ptiacess Anne Plaza sec. 10; 
tax $22.20. 

C.D.U., Inc. to Leon Rachcll, 
Jr. et ux, tot 2, block 1, plat of 
Princess Anne Plaza sec. 10; tax 
$21. 

Harry L. Burkett et ux to 
JcAnny R. Everett ct ux, tot 32, 
plat of DianKMid Lake Estates; 
tax $23.25. 

Cladc-Whitehill Corporatton 
to Mh^itagne Jones, Jr. ^ ux, 
tot 6, btodc 11. plat of Prince 
A^ Plaza se^. 8; Ux $37.20. 

OaHt-Whh^Ul Owporation 
to RkMortf Oissino et ux, lot 8, 
btock 5, plM of Princess Anne 
Plaza sec. 14; tax $26.55. 

WllUam L. Thomas. Jr., et ux 
to Allan R. Sawyer et ux, tot 1^, 
plat of Larkspur seo. 3; tax 
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block t1, rtat <rf AraftDaa Vil- 
lage sec. 12; tax |^l25. 

Leiorah Partin it vir et a)s to 
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parcel - Mat of'Blackwal^^^- 
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Robeit L. EWiarit^e, it, et ux 
to Fr«l r. Dean, 111. parcel - j^t, 
of Lifcto^jietk; ux fa7.$a - 

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lot 16, block' 1^, plat «rf Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza sec. 11; lik 
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Pico Real^ Cbrporaticm et ahi 
to George Pmer Smith, Jr. <*£* 
ux, tot 1 1 , btock 17, pkt of Prin- 
cess Anne Maza t^. 11; lix 
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Hallmark Ctnstructkm Oxj^. ' 
to Paul A. Mariqi^iant ct QX. 
tot 27, block P, MM of HuBttoa- 
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Leonard A. DeVille et m iff 
Louis Sanchez et ux, tot 6, b|iS: 
8, plat of Dumotid %Mti| 
Homes; tax $17.55. '^ 

Armon Realty Qxp. to Bay-' 
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tot 21, block 39, plat of Perf- ; 
broke MancM- sec. 4; tax $2#«46^. 

NapoUtano Realty Cotp, te, 
James Stuart WaUa<% et ux, tm' 
12, block 38, phit of Pembroke ' 
Manor s«;. 4; tax $24.75. ' ' ' , 

Emil Reaky Corp. to Povuir 
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Hardid Michael Somers et' ux^ 
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Spare the Tf^res ' 

Beautiful trees, rare trees, young and old tre®, piain ordii»|-y 
tr«s — all ar^ Imndled with tertder loving care at tl« Univei^^y 
of Virginia. ' ■ — ^^fwr^ 

The University's d^wrtment of IwiWings apd groimi tt?- 
tures and protects the trees. The Iwda^^ ^c^«t view^ 'fiStni 
from the aesdMk point of viev anrf tJie biology department ^ a 
l»nd in their Kientiflc aspects. ' 

Rarely is a h^hy tree rernovt^. 

For exam]^, wmn vtrorkmen f>^n. three years a^ to 
tha east gardens to Thomas J effer^^-^i^aal' >)Mi^''4tiby' tan- 
fully tmilt the driveway in a sharp t|^u^ ^ ^\o^ a 6Q-yfatfo|d 
black walnut. ■ ^ ' ' ., 

The history of rtie McGuffey Asl^ growing 'ne%r t^ie fj^lOttS 
X.^wn perhaps best illu^r^tes the loving care given ^rees at tfce 
UmH:rsity. /'- , ' ' • . , F 

|%nted in Uie'early 1820's, it Was carefully nurtured hy'Rcfr. 
William W.M^nf fey, professor of n»ral philosophy at\4 UM^ 
for his readers, after he joiiwd the • faculty iu 1^. ' * 

In tw-iS^^ Hs life wis threateued by arapmy appriMchiug 
pipe Hue ditch. All formal protests'^lfailed to stop the wotkmfeirs 
progress. . * ' * ) 

Finally, a determined faculty wife tpok her knitting and a 
rocking chair to the ditch line, and s^t^ for three day^ in a raw 
tiptit tlw Briisfd of Visitors called off tnt altch'-digginfj prcijett. . 

About .K) years later the raai^iificept a!>h was a4^arti rescued, 
this time from an' encroaching wild fchd-iy ti-ee *hich t'He suiw'ria- 
tehdent r^^fusied to retiiove! Two professors,' stole out in the dead 
of night, first to ixjison the wild ih'er^y, a^d wHen that f apfc^ to 
chop a fatal ring around its trtink. »!'»■. r > y 

•To4ay'» bu^togs and grcwnis dejiartraent, more concernad 
than in former dayy. feeds the ash with (tec food. 'Ms instalt^l 
lightning ^otection (it was strack^'tt' ||549][( and watclves 'it 
carefully. "^ * "^ **"'" 

Tlw oldest trees on the grounds are t^xj^||ht to be the bif* 
oaks in front of the Rotunda, which n^Tje 200 years old. 

Jefferson made no plans for 'having trees' wtW l.aWh, bat 
Wack I6ctrsts-vefie"ptatited}th^« ^rty'ffcihe University's histofy 
and were t^laced'by red ashes and Itlplr maples when the loteiis 
had failed tddos- well hy liSO. ' J" ' ' ' * 

* ' y/%i\t niagtwlia.'hofty aind boxwood are associated with JlSfcr- 
swiian architecture, the Uuivertity triea to keep a good'taalwre of 
erergreeus aftd trees'th^ ttirn color in the fall or flower in t'"* 
spring. "^ 

Among the nmny otlwr tre^ around the ground* are .^..wi.. 
Md cypreaKs brought front Noith Carolina, ca^lpal,' ginkgos, two 
types, of n^ignotias, ja^utt^ aisles, sycataores, white pine, dog- 
wood aiwi cwje myitto. ' 



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Starti WednesAgy at B^^h Tf^atre 




BKTTE DAVIS and OLIVIA de HAVILLAND star in 
the 30th Centwry-Fox suspense-drama. "Hush . . . Hush, Sweet 
Charlotte" which opens Wednesday at the Brach Theatre. Joseph 
CpQWi also stars in this film by Robert Aldrich. - ' '. 

•In a gloomy old Louisiana mansion lives a recluse, Miss 
Clwlrlotte, cared for by a loyal maid' and avoided by the towns- 
peofie except for the doctor, a bng time friend. She is still 
iosftected of having murdered the married man with whom 
slw had planned to elope nearly forty ytars earlier. When a 
road-^iMing project is about to destroy her home she sends 
for a cou^, ha only livii^ relative, to help s&vc it. Doctor and 
MWdM try to force the wealthy eorenitric to bow to progress, 
an^wteh this new pressure, frig^teninf things begin to happen 
to JOiarlotte. She w«, or thinks she sees, her long j^o lover ; 
the murder cleaver appears and disaiH^ars, and as a final 
drack, she is confronted with the d»d man's sewred h^d and 
hand. Mood-inducing tricks of sight and sound produce sus- 
penyie^nd horror. B<^e Davis as tte tortured Charlotte gives her 
all to the role. Olivia de Havilland and Joseph Cotten, cousin 
and doctor respectively; .Agnes Moorehead as the slovenly 
hmudc^xr, h«id a cast that keeps the story's secret until the 
end. The dark, run-down intedor of the ante-bellum mansion 
n^kes a perfect background for mayhem, murder and mystery. 

" (Review from The Green Sheet) 



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Tom Dorr 




KING OF KlIiGS' 

OPEN& HERE SUIL 



TTie three chapters of tlic Gos- 
pel of Matthew, whkh jMtJvkle 
the only written recwd of Jeius' 
Sermon on riie Mount, have been 
described as the most important 
contribution ever mmle to mor- 
ality. Never before or since in 
the history of mankind has so 
much b<^n said in such a little 
time. 

Director Nkrholas Ray spent 
more than an entire month on 
preparation and fihning of the 
Sermon on the Mount sequence 
of Samuel Bronston's spectacular 
productron of *iCing of Kings," 
presented by Metn><joMw^n- 
Mayer. Comprising 81 individ- 
ual camera setu^ and 21 days 
of actual shootii^ it is the larg- 
est actkm »cet» ever filmed in 
Spain. 

Ray and his crew drove more 
than 500 miles throi^ die 
%>attish «Mintry-side in search 
Of die kKttion site in whkh to 
sUge this majestk seqiMnce. 
I^ijMlly, he dbose a site in the 
gentle, rdUng hilb near Venta 
de Frascu^, SO kUometers 
southeast of Madrid. 

Ckice the k)cation was decided 
upon, Production Manager Pau- 
ley Goldsmitii and his staff un- 
dertook the moQumental job of 
recruiting more dian 7,000 ex- 
tras to SLppcai as the iiultiti^. 
He was aMe to find the^n, in 
groups of 150 to 350 persons, in 
the 24 villagss siimmnding the 
locatkm area. After selecting a 
group from each village, Gold- 
smith ma<k arrangements for 
Imses to pick them up at approx- 
imately six a.m. each day, in 
time fOT costuming iod pialce-up 
(m the set ^-___ 

Normally, the hiring and basic 
^tuning of such a large group of 
extras for a big crowd stene 
tak^ at least two weeks. Gold- 
smith was able to cut this to less 
than ihtet days by assigning 24 
different snrtion leaders to con- 
vey camera directions to their 
individual units <m the slopes. 
Aldiough none of the Spanish 
peasants had ever worked in a 
mcrtion picture, their group per- 
formance was nipoi). According 
to Ray, he has never worked 
with a group of extras who 'con- 
tributed more to the emotional 
values of a scene. 

On the day oi Jeffrey Hun- 
ter's fost appearance as Jesus 
on the fflountainsi^, many of 
the pious peasant women, al- 
thou^ not understanding his 
wor<h, were moved to tears. 
Siobhan MoKcnna, who plays 
the Virgin Mary in "King of 
Kings," said that during one 
scene in which she appeared 
with Hunter, his words and ges- 
tures were so moving thaf she 
couldn't keep frwn crying her- 
self. 

To follow Hunter's move- 
moits, the cameia crew laid 
m«re dian 300 feet of camera 
tracks down the sidte of the 
mountain. Because ctf the 58 de- 
gree angle of the inclim, it was 
necessary to counter-weight the 



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heavy Super-Technorama cam- 
era truck by using an equal 
amount of weight and an ^ual 
length of track on the other side 
of the slope. 

From the top of the mountain, 
looking down uport rtic Colorful 
multitude, ' with their camels, 
sheep afKi horses, a * vista of 
more than 20 acres was filled 
by a moving sea of vivd purples, 
oranges, reds and blues, Inter- 
mingled with the harsh brown of 
barren earth and the dull gtecn 
of the olive trees. According to 
the Technicolor laboratories, 
which processed the film, it is 
one of the most imfvessive 
crowd scenes ever filmed in 
color. 



Series Tickets 
Now On Sale 

NORFOLK — Season sub- 
scrif«ions to the NorfoMc Sym- 
pixmy and Cborat Associatkm 
1965-66 concert season went on 
sale last Wnhiesday and, accord- 
ing to GO<Miirman, Mrs. Robert 
K. Maddox and William J. 
Ames, a sizable number of sea- 
son tkkets have been earmarked 
for new symphony subscribers. 
"We plan this year,^ Atnas 
said, "to readi many new r^i- 
denu of die area and former 
residents who have not previous- 
ly been contacted. We also nope 
they will rome forward ani ad- 
vise us of their interest. 

"Actually, die Norfolk Sym- 
piiony is a greater Tidewater 
.Community endeavor," Ames 
added. "We are proud of the 
Tidewater talent which com- 
prises the orchestra and also 
proud of the outstanding gudM 
artists which we are able to ob- 
tain as a result 'of corpmunity 
sumxwt.*' 

Guest artists include three pi- 
anists — the world renowned Ro- 
Imt Casadesus, the brilliant 
American Leonard Pennario, 
and the master Israeli pianist 
Daniel Barenboim, plus a return 
engagement of the phenomenal 
teenage violinist Young Uck 
Kim. % 

The intensive subscription 
campaign, a sell out for the past 
two years, will be launched with 
a Coffee tofr team captains at the 
Norfolk Museum on April 7. 
He winning team will be an- 
nounced on Apr^l 21. 

Mrs. Jdm H. Doyle, Jr. is co- 
ordinating the campaign for the 
Vkginia Beach area. Working 
wifli Mrs. Maddox and Mr. 
Ames as team co-ordinators are 
Mrs. Harry Kilby, Mrs. Alvin 
Margolius, Mrs. Hugh Fortes- 
cue, Guilford D. Ware,( Charles 
R. Grandy and Nathan H. Bun- 
dy, Jr. 

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CASPAR AT WAVY-TV 

William P. Caspar of Virginia 
Beach has joined the staff of 
WAVY-TV as an accoum ex«:- 
utive according to an announce- 
ment made by J. Glen Taylor, 
president and general manager 
of Tidewater Teleradio, Inc., 
(WAVY-WAVY-TV). 

Caspar, a native of Flint, 
Midii^n, attended Flint Junior 
CoUege, University of Mich^ 
and George Washington Uni- 
versity. Prior to joifting WAVY- 
TV, he was associated with 
WTAiR-FM as sales manager. 
He started in broadcasting in 
1961 with WBOF and WYFI- 
FM.' - '-/ r , 

A vel«a» -ol the U.S. Army, 
he served in Korea witff the 8th 
Army. He is a member of the 
Virginia Beach Junior Chamber 
of Commerce, Virginia Beach 
Sports Club and the Advertising 
Club of Norfolk. 

Mr. Caspar resides with his 
wife and three children at Vi^ 
ginia Beach., 'r : ^^ 

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PAUL RETIRES 

OCEANA — Navy Chief 
Warrant Officer L. E. Paul of 
3213 W. Cheltingbam Place, 
Virginia Beach retired after 
more than 30 years service with 
the U.S(. Navy during a recent 
ceremony at Naval Air Station 
Oceana. 

CWO Paul's last duty was as 
Disbursing Officer at Naval Air 
Station Oceana. 

During the ceremony, Capt. 
D. C Rumsey, II, Oceana com- 
manding officer presented Paul 
with a station plaque and letter 
of appreciation as a way of 
thanking him for the many years 
of honorable service he has ren- 
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Entitled 'Movie 10', the pio* 
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motion picture entertainment in-" ™ 
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western, musicals, suspense, 
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Shouldn't an extension phone be there? 



A handy kitchen wall phone gives you company in the 
kitchen-lets you visit with friends without burning the 
stealra. Lets you order groceries while you check the cup- 
Tioards. It saves many a step-and many a meal. And it 
comes in your choice of the prettiest colors. Every home 
needs a kitchen extension phone. All it takes is a call to 
our business office. | 

®TIm C&PTriephone Company of Virgiiiii 




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Rsopening Eastor Sunday 

AprillS 

ONE WEEK 

LOVE HAS 
MANY FACES 

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Retire At (keam 




Two NAS Oceana Civil Service Enij^tts were irecently 
presented with Retjrem«it Certificates, by 0)^tam D! C. Rtmisey, 
II, NAS Oceana commanding offim-. Robert J. Barwick, 
(right) who was a Leadingnian, Uquid Fiiels Distrfl^tion Sys- 
ten^ Operator, retired after 29 years of military and civilian 
s^wce. Mr. Rolan M. Guffie, (left), a H«av^ Oiity Eqtiipmetit 
l^echaiiic, retii'ed' after 22 year# of civilian service/ BotJi njeil 
were presented <heir awards dtirit^ a cermony'^ekl in the 
Conw|apc|i»g Officers office on Warch MvX^i/ ^"^ "^ 







This My *iW itartHrairtWliMSw iilrlf'f^lfi a^ 
l« th? bTcS^Bd) •wbaWahN with dwjyf- aiiwd^pna. ThT. 

k Wril bath li ordinarily placed In * garden not oaly W,an. 
a ii^forbWB to drink aUbathe bat to provide -J^r^i^.tho 
uKpf/or this reaaon It dOiervea to te «lv«i »c^W»» w">ns- 

Sif t»o llluaS-aUonB show two enUrely different *^of jettons d« 
^Ird b»th plaoement, yet each ~^-^ ■- ■ 



hi an efampla of good ^annbig 
ind planting. 

Th» top picture Aowa.ahird 
bath, uaed «• tb« c«Ur o< a 
fOmttl nrlM. aorrMiaded witii 
aweet idiwam pl*ata and fow 
Itoda of pe*uni««. The bath 
Mrres ai a foipal point, at ihe 
■«ae#ftn^ of the pathi as they 
&me> from different dlrectiona 
In tie gattten. NoUce that Iwth 
p^eotai and petnnla)) are light 
fiPtdftr, '^eoBtomettng with 4M 
dark, raked earth of the paths. 

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to ttsett-ft a UtOe ^ at one 
aldo of a-terrace^lL bii.a.jJark 
green < backgnuiod o( a, .yew 
hedge and a sftltaUo foreground 
of -dwarf gbttdrafsW.' *«»<"• 
again, both Mr*W*aM temvr* 
are light In coJo/.^InJlA^case 
thw do riot crttergst^ wMK^ 
paving whlchilift?tt^WW.=b« 
with the yaw bacj^j^ntf. 

la «iere a tArdlfNattij W>4ur 
uaiJen? If w, 1" It payoriy fai- 

to beautify a1>ird hal^ Why not 



UFESAVnC DEVICES 
MIST BE m PUSTIC 

PORTSMOUTH — Due to 
num^Kms inquiries, the Com- 
muMis, Fifth Coast Gvard Dis- 
trict today reraiiided boatmen 
that the Coast Guard wilt not 
a<x%pt Ufeiaving i^k^s in 
«4mA kapok <m- fibitws glass 
bi^>yant material has not been 
eiK^sed in sealed plattfc \a^ 

This action is the result o! ex 
tensive tests made by the Coar 
Guard which have shown that 
kapok or fibrous glass lifesavin| 
<torices without the pr<«!Wlon (A 
plastk bags k»e their buoyancy 
after several yeus ami cannot 
be depended on in an emergency 

• LEGAL NOTICIeS 



NOTIO; 
Vhiliita: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the CUty of Virginia 
Beach will be held in the Circuit 
Court on Monday, April* 26 
1965 at 10 o'clock a.m. at 
which tune persons will be 
heard fer aiul against the icA- 
lowing {M-oposed changes <^ 
vonm%, use permits, etc.: 

I. Api^ation of Gulf OU 
Corp. by W. L. Young for a Use 
P e rm it for an automobile serv- 
ice station on certiin property 
fronting 165 feet on the West 
side of KjUitary Hl|hway, U.S 
^ottte U. Beginnmg at the 
Southern property line of .thf 
Holiday Inn Motel; having r 
deptfi oi J3S feetabng the Nor 
thern and Southern property 
Hnes and a width of 165 fee 
along the Western property line 
Kempsville Borough. 

H. Application of Pamo Cor- 
poration by James and Consol- 
vo. Attorneys; for a Use Perai', 
for an automobile service sta 
tion on certain property frontin'^ 
293.81 feet on the West side of 
South Witchduck iRoad, be^n- 
ning at the South sicte of the pra 
poaed Virginia Beacf J^^* ~~ 
Having a depth of 223 fee 
along the Northern property lin' 
<Tjall Road), a depth of 539.6^ 
feet al^g the Western properf 
line and a width of 300.11 fee 
along the Southern property line 
Kefftpsville Borough. 

JOmi V. FBNTRPSS, 

City Clerk 

•By: Deputy City Clerk 

4.15-2T 




CWWMONWEALTH 
or VtBGINIA 

!■ the Cktk's Office of Ihr 
amdt Cowt of the aty of Vir 
fdiiia BcKh, ^on liie 6tti (toy o' 
AMtt, 1965. 

Gtmm OC PUBLICATION 
CHESTER L. BURROW, 

Plaintiff 
against 
ESTHER M. BURROW, 

Defendant 

The object of this suit is tc 
obtain a divorce a msnsa et 
thoro to be later merged into a 
divcnrce a vinculo liiatrimonii, 
from the said defendant upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And, an affidavit having been 
made and fil^ that the defend- 
arit is a n<Mi-resident of the State 
(3| Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 'Route 7, 
Bkjx 755, PcnsaQola, Florida, it 
is' ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication faer^f, and do 
*hat may toe na^ssary to pro- 
WA her mtcfest in this suit. 

A cof^ — Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
4565 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
OWEN and GUY pq: 
Virginia ^aeh^ .Virginia 

4-1S-4T 

TgllSTEKS SALE OF 707— 
t»T* tfnh SIBEET. 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 

Ib ^^tion of a deed of trust 
between Royce G. Tarkington 
and Alice B. Tarkingrao and M. 
£ail Woo(Uiouse, Troatee, dated 



• LMALNOfKS 



5, 1^; 



April 5, 1M7, «iri tmomA 
in ^e C3erk'a (Mice of tte 
CSrtMit Court cC'te City of 
Virginia Beach in Deed QqcA 
493 at pa^ 396, the undersized 
substttirted trustee, Who wal ap^ 

tot^ by order of tl^e aforcsaid 
on 
offer for tale at public atu^n 
I^^ 16 «od 17. Block 112, is 
•lM»wn on ^ plat c€ Cakeirood, 
vhkk (dat it duly erf re@»d In 
die afMesaid Ofark^ OKlce, abo 
knoura as Wt Itti ftftet, Vir- 
^a Beach, Virginia, widclwiid' 
mgs and im^ov<Hnents tfiera^i, 
on the 21si <kiy Qi A|»il. 1965, 
M 1^00 btoen atO^lteU Aa. 
nex, Artie Avei}uc at 19th 
Stre^, Virginia Beacli, Virginia. 

Terms: $1Q9.Q0 deposit, cash 
settkmetat ^ttiia 10 days."^ 
Edward T. Caton, HI, 
^bstttoite Trustee 

4-8-2T 





OMCimNWEALTH 
OFVIRGtNU 

b fW Oailfl OfQce of the 
CkvM DMrt (irtiw C% of Vir- 
gtato'lfcttdi, Vt^ M the 30th 
^U ■! Mivdi* 1965. 
M^R OF PUBLICATION 
DIANE MOORE WHI^iEY, 

■Plaintiff, 
against 
ROBERT S. WHITNEY. Sr., 

tmdldaiit. 

Tffe (rtj|ect of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vfiK^dp nratfi- 
monii from the said oxidant, 
upon the groun4s <rf A^M^y- 

And an affidavit having ^n 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is nax a r^ident of the Stale 
of Vir^nia, the h»t known po^ 
office address l^g: c/o Mrs. H. 
rher|cildfen, 508 St. Johir ^trcrt, 
POTtland, Me., it is utMtfA ttttt 
he do apf^ar here «Bt|i^ ten 
[10) days after due mrtiUi^tion 
hereof, and do )»it may be 
necessary U) protect 1i is interest 
Inttiisiuit. ■" . 

A copy — Teste: 

JOHN V. f^NlKESS, CleiifcM^ 

J.Curtis Fruit, D.C. ' 

Kellam & KelBim. Attys. p.q. 
Board of Trade Builtfing 
Nbrfblk, Va. 

4-8-4T 



\ 



COMRfCK^i 

or 

la the aerii'a OOce of IM 
Chndt GMirt«f (heCity at Vir- 
guUa Bnci^ Viririli iM the U 
day of March, 196|. 
BARBARA «Wt«:EiE BIS 

- CIKjtlA, Plaintiff against 
ROCCA HARRY BISCIEGLU, 

Defendint. * 
ORI^R OF PUBLICATION 

The objMt of this suit Is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri 
minil from the said defeildent 
jpon t^e grounds tiiat the parties 
have lived serrate and apar 
without any cohabitation an^ 
without any iiM^ruption for i 
perkKf in excess of two years. 

And an afffajavlt having beer 
made and filed that iht defend 
ant is not a r^ideot erf the S^t 
Irf^ia, the last known pm 
office being 29 South Nashvill 
St., Ventacff, New Jersey, it i 
ordered that he do appea? her 
ivithin ten (10) days after du 
publication hereof, and do wh 
nay be necessary to protect h 
interest in this suit. 

A copy — ^Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CXct 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Bernard Levin p.q. 

3-25-4' 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thuriday, April 15, 1965 



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• L^AL N0TIC9 



posak would bett»^ provide 
a Mr, effkieat and eqnk- 
abte distributibn <rf fa(ho 
service. 
5.To determine,, in ^ the light of 
the evidence addimsd pursu- 
ant to tl^ IkMP^^ig issues 
which, if eidiM-, if the appUca- 
ti<»« should be ^nted. 

3-25-4T 



428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE APnOH 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



It Tiawyortattow 



COMMONWEALTH 

CVVmGINU 

la tha ChHfa Ollke of the 

Oreait Coart of the Oty of Vk- 

fMm Beach, oa the Uth day of 

Mav^f 1965, 

FR^ICSS MARY RENFREE, 
\ Plaintiff against 
FR^ERICK J. RENFREE, Jr.. 
Defeiklant. 



The object of this suit is to 
*-~ a divorce a vinculo matri- 
from the said d^endant, 
4 ft^M* fA (fewrtion. 
1^ affidavk having been 
made MM fUed that the &fend- 
tM ia a non-r^ident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
pott office addrfess being: 1964th 
PpWm. Sq. AFGS, APO 143, 
Sil Pnacisc^, Oiliforaia, it is 
of^h^tNl that Ihe do af^i^u- here 
wlQite ten (10) tiayt irftcr due 
palM^tkm hereof, anl do what 
may be nece^ary te protect his 
interest in this suit. *" 

' A copy— Teste: 
lam V. FEjm^ESS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, DC. 
BRYDGES & BR0YLE5 pA. 
^ 1369 La»kin Road, ^ t-^^- 
^.j^irguya Beach, Virghite 

3-ia-4T 



I A P PrlveawiQ^ Inc.— We will 
Mlvar ytmr or to or ham any 
efty. Om^xm aelaotad tktvaca. 



AUTOMOTIVE 



SO ^W tew o hil a a Per Sate 



VCM-VO — 1964, 2-door sport, 
4-spe«d, heater, white walls, 
tow mileage, best of care. 
$1775. Call 428-3680. 

4-I5-5T 



6U^N£ss^vit^ 



10 Af^M|piica Sanrtcw 



COMMONWEALTH 
OF VniGINFA 



On April 8, 1965 at 10 a.m 
hearing will be held before th< 
Federal Communications Com 
mission, Benjamin Franklin Pw 
Office Building, Washiagtor 
D.C. on the applications of Prin 
::ess Anne Broadcasting Corpora 
tion and Harold H. Herscfa 
Samuel J. Cole, L. W. Gregory 
and William L. Forbes; d/b a- 
South Norfolk Broadcasting Co 
each oi which requests a con 
struction permit for a new Cbis 

III standard broadcast statlcm t< |'a£ Welf as'^adtual desertion 
be operated daytime <fely, witl 



A| Ae CIcrfc'a Office of ^m 
OrMI Co«# of tl^ City of Vir- 
^ata Baaci a« «a 1601 day of 
Mafiifey 1965. 

VmOmfft PUBLICATION 
SAMUEL G. ^i^ERSC^r, 

Plamtiff against 
EMMA AI^DERSON, 
liefendant. 

lite {4p:t of this suit is to 
obtain a dtVorci; a Vinculo ipatri- 
monii from the said defemiant 
ipon the grounds of accordance 
with Sectton 20-91 (9) of the 
Code of Virvinia. 

And an affidavit having been 
nade and filed that the defend- 
ant is a noti-resident of the State 
■>f Virginia,' the last known post 
office address being: 1225 Bur- 
|en Street, Brooklyn, New York, 
!i(^ iresldentof the State of Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered that she do 
appear here widiin ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
tkj what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 

A iMpy — ^Teste: 

lOmi V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By; Mary M. White, D.G 
KELLAM and KELLAM p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 
3-25-4T 

COMMONWEALTH 
OF VIRGINU 
hi the Cleffl^ Office of the 
Orcuit Court of Ae CMy of Vir- 
1^^ Beach, am the 26di day of 
l^farch, 1965. 
WALTER JEAN GILLAM, 

Plaintiff, against 
RUBY EPITH DUNCAN GIL- 
LAM, D^ndant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Thdgbbj^t of this suit is to 
ol^fai a divorce a mensa et 
thonr to be later merged into a 
decree of dh^rirce a vinculo matri- 
inoiiii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of constructive 



VACUUM CIJIANERS— Hoover. 
Satea and aarytea. I^ompt ef- 
ficient repaira.'Pick up ao4 
delivery. Phone GA 8-4222 
Fuel Faad k Guiding Sup- 

31 BuHdlnff— Rapalring 

NcncaE! 

Contractors & Home Builders-' 
Let us help you with that new 
home — additions— or repain. 
We can fumMi materials from 
basement to altic and aid you in 
Qnanclng. 
Phone: KeUam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 420-2661 
^^ 42M78t 



We specialoraia^W^Khets, 
home unprovements and any 
" ~ type of shop work. Call Pon- 
darosa Mill. Work at 3008 
South Lynnhaven Road, 
34 1-55^ or 341-2682 e iten- 
ings.' -'''"*'■" ■"* ~" 
. 3-lI-TFN 



43 Position Wantad— Famal* 

Baby sitting for working modi- 
ers in private home durhu 
day. Call 428-1462. 

4.8-2T 



Expert typist needs work to be 
done m my home. All types 
of business forans. Call 428- 
1462. ^ 

M 4-8-2T 



Day care— my home for vrork- 
ing mother. Lar^ yard. 
Screened porch. Play equip- 
ment. CaU 428-2815. 

3-18-TFN 



MERCHandiST 



fO Artklaa For Sala 

Organ — ^Hammond chord, u«d 
>i275. This sold new for $985. 
^Terms. Campbells 4700 Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard. 

4-8- IT 

'^^ — . — — — _ 

Simmons hide-a-bed sofa. 2 end 
t»7ies. Good conditipn. Call 



teNfAtteu.MXtfc 



111 Apartmaiifs 



One B^nxHS apartnMt, 
roc»n,'kitehen utf hi^ 
per UKHtth year loinMl. 
428-8533 or 428-9370. 
som Realty. < 

1-S- 




16th Street— One btock 4xm$ 
Ocean. One and tmi bedro<^ 
apartn^ate. ^ 

24th Street— One and two Mil 
room a{>artmei^ Yffntt' 'dl- 

tol. , >57^ ;» 

MA 2-1286 or GA 8-2:^11 





S533. 



JML 



93 Heuaa'toM Gooda 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Electrical — Air Conditioning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS. INC. 

Phone 426-2660 

1 1 -5-tfn 

EMPLOYMENT ^ 

40 Halp Wantofa— Parnate 

White ladies over 25 with own 
car for baby sitting. Apply lot 
83, Colony Trailor Pirk. No 
phone calls. . 

4-15-2T 



For sale iww — new and "re- 
built sofa beds in a variety 
of oo\ot% and fabrics. Also 
sofas, love seats, assorted 
chairs, t^tes, chests, book- 
cases, dinettes arid bedroom 
furniture. Hilltop Upholster- 
rag Co., lOCX) Virginia Beach 
Boutevard. Phone 428-6377. 
Call .^s to uptolster and re- 
finish your worn, soiled and 
marreti furniture. Free eati- 
raate, pick-up and delivery. 
'*We buy ami sell used furni- 
ture." -i -- 

4-l-TTN 

98 Wantad to 807* ^' 



Used Furniture and household 
appliances. Sell for cash. Hirtz 
Bazaar. 227 Fint Colonial 
Road, Oceana. 428-7088. 
Open 9 to 9. 



RENTAtRiAL £S|Sb^ 



100 ROOMS FOR RENT 



41 Haip Wantad— Mate 



Needed — 3 men immediately for 
manager trainee program, 
Must be attentive and career 
minded. Call 428-9142. 

11-19-tfn 



Kjwcr of 1 kw on 1600 kc, th( 
rmer at Virginia Be^h and the 
latter at Chesapeake, Virginia 
upon the following issues: 

1. To determine the areas anc 
populations which would re 
cetve primary service fron 
each of the proposals and thf 
availability of Mhjpr primari 
seivic« to such areas" aai^ 
^ulations. ^ ' 

2. To determine whether tfw 
transmitter site proposM^i by 
S(9th Norfoft is iatisfttftevy 
with fMi^imilar regard to any 
conditions that may exist In 
the vicinity of the anteana 
system which would distort 
the propo^ aptenaa t^^- 
tion pattern7 ' ' 

3. To determine whether Prin- 
cess ^nne Is financiaUy ^uaU- 
fifd to bonstruct mi Of^m 
its proposed station. , 

4. To 4etenpjne, ^i iie li||t of 
Section 3(n{b) of* the^^^onr^ 
munications Act of 1934;' as 
a mend e d , whicb (tf the pio- 



And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant, is a iKm-resident of the State 
of Virgiaia, the last known post 
office address being: 904 Par- 
s6n*agc Road, Elizabeth City, 
North Carolina, it is ordered that 
^e do appear here within ten 
(10) days kfter due publication 
faer»3f, and do what may be 
ne^sary to protect her interest 
in this suit; 
■ A* copy— Testes 
WHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D;C. 
,^mi'.h & Power p.q. 
Kresge Buildhig 
hfoifolk, Vi^ta 



4-14T 



IO>S|Mci 



■WW 




TFJWIS RACKETS 

Cill Hunt Harris 
- 4^^737- 
216 55tlt Street 

4-1-51 



OPPORTUNITY! 
WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
Due to expansion of our Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard office, 
we have openings for 5 people 
interested in the fascinatmg 
field of selling homes. Call 
Goodman-Segar-Hogan . Resi- 
dential &les Corp. 341-3232. 
2-11-tfn 

4a Halp Wantad^Mate or I'aiiialia 



MAN or WOMAN to supply 
established customers with 
iwtionally advertised products 
in city of North Virginia 
Beach. No investment. Earn- 
ings $2.50 per hour and up 
possible. Full ct part time. 
Write Watkins Products, Iiu:., 
D-98, Winona, Minn. 

4-5-4T 



43 Petition Wantad — Famala 



Spare tiiiie earnings sewing or 
tvoing, write to Box 1941, 
Winston Salwn, N.C. Enclose 
stamped self addressed envel- 
ope or 10c coin for reply. 

4.15-2T 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



REAL ESTATE 
EXAM COURSE 

Stat* LicOiua Preparatory 

Oar axt Evaaing Claaaea 

Claaaea Instructed By Practic- 

iac Attoriier mni A Licaiued 

Rm! Eatate Broker. 

Pats State Board Exam 
Eatily — rEnroll Now 

COIfq*L£TE COURSE OS 

Tidewater's Most Experienced 

School 

Norfolk-Porttmouth 

REAt ESt ATE SCHOOL 

tleMoa- TriMi^ BaiMtsf 
PHONE MA 2-3074 



Room for rent. Private entiaiKe. 
Excellent neighborhood. Gen- 
tleman preferred. 237 Bay 
Coiony Drive. Call 428-1049. 

4-1-41 



110 Apartmanta ilnfumishad 



APARTMENTS— Furnished or 
umumisned. Yearly or season- 
al. Cooper Realty, 206 25th 
Street, 428-1330. NighU 428- 
6833. 

3-2 TPN 



1 1 1 Apartmanis PurniaiiMl 



Austin's Court Mo^ 
menu, 206-1^ 

ciency arartmoia. AB , 

furnished. AU^ 4-rooa ^^ 
n::nt and funiJah^ r6i ' 
Block from Bos S^tfkMi. 
week ca mcMitli. 

114 HeuMs Wor Rant 

2 bedroom house and gar^^e. 
Near Sdiool. Yewly lenhri. 
Urtkrnished. $83 a iMMlL 
F« further infcHtnatk», cak 

* 4a-3400. V; 

____ 4-15-2T 

HmNMM Nv Rant 



Wanted — houses or apartmeott 
to rent or sell. Summer r»itab 
needed. Cooper Realty, ^ 
25th Street. 428-1330. NiJMi 
428-6833. , 

3-2-TFN 



115 Heuaa^-PvHilahad 



'amn. 



2 bedroom furnished iMf.; 
Hardihood floors throughe^' 
Screened-in porch. Rettoii- 
*bk year round rental. Cajl 
428-4236. 

^r±5 

0(»ana — Near \ms&. Fu 
cotte^. Servke coupl 
ycar-^$65 moflUi. I*l6 
its. Convenient to every^E 
340-8329. V p 

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4-H Activities 
and Events 



C. FRANCIS LAY 



CrVIC GROUP HAS 

NEW NAME AND 
EXTE N SIVE P BOfift 



^ JW^, 1 afci't what T might to l,e, :m\ I ain't wimt I ^..{11' to 
m. Hut at te** I ain't what f was."— Author rnknnwn.. 

, JWki folfcsl TTus week's mhimn is dimted toward lenders 
of youth. Tlie following i.s an article from the National 4-H .News 
written by Miss Dorothy Knwr.son. of *he Nalional 4-II Center: 

"Da^r^ 4'Wns In Pclinv in Tlicmsehc/* 

t^tt of youth miiSrWieve m yotith. All leaders have a 
waal niission tf) help hoys a!)>|rirls K:ain c.mfidence in their own 
mmy. mmxwmmsne helieves in n^. really iM-Iieves that ! am 



VIRGINIA I*,E.^( H — At its regular .semi-monthly nw«ing, 
April 7th. the \Srginia Beach chapter of the Virginia Coutidl on 
Human Relations (fonwrly tlie Virfinja Beach Qvic Improvement 
Organization) held its first meeting umler its new name ami 
annoiinced ils mxt undertaking. Plans are going forward for 
Ixith a survey of .St^tack, to qualify for the Poverty Program, 
Clean-up Campaign for " 




SlitttN At Attift 
FDJLO 

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thvld I Stmkln dl SOS Hornell 
Sifeet, Viffiab B^tA, is amoiig 
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capable of doinij more tlan I think I can, it 
'f-llMj. We often <lo n 



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not know how fM4 we 



What looks easy to ttfi tt^s may seem 

almost nn|H»ssihle to 4-H meml)ers. Why? No 

one knows "why" for wmienne else. "When 

stan«lards and goals are set too hi^h. some live 

in a constant state <»f failure. ^Yet «»tliers are 

spurred on to greater heights. By understanding 

these differences, leaders can help 4-HVrs over 

the hurdle to gaining self-confidence. 

^|N » 1^- There are those who worry too nmch about 

«^^. \™«^ ^!^* ^^^^^ *»* thinking. They are tuned to 

Jftation W WIT (What Will People Think?). -^; 

Mistake are frightening at times because of WWPT. K^u- 
^toim tell OS that mi?takes are learning ex|>criences. How else 
fces one learn new skills? As learlers. we must get this iflea acniss 
to club memliers ! 

E»rh member is a different nniqjie individnal. Ka<* one has a 
aiffemit feebng and attitude al)out himself. 

"irtjffliii yodr mind" i.s nwflhaffH^Tt^f IK j^ true. Where 
dsc do courage, confidence or fear reside but in consciousness' We 
must assure club memlwrj over and over that they can set 
reasonrfjle goals and expect to reach them. How many times Aiust 
we assore tliem? Coimtless times, until the idea b^ins to dawn 
*ithm their own consciousness. 

A person, like a pUnt, grows best when .someone cai%s about 
wm. htudjcs show that many dropout students are coming back to 
nnish their education when someone takes" time to care about 
*em WKfividually. Food, clothing, shelter and schooling are just 
pt enough to grow on. Oring goes deeper; caring has no limits. 
MwJers wi» care never give i^. ^ 

Ewery time you help a young per»)n discover the joy of 
artievemwt, he grows a bit in self-confidence. Acceptance of his 
BPOgMss by his peers no doubt adds to the feeling of confidence 
^T^ club members ct)mpliment and encourage each other thev 
« share in achievements. ' 

*-:_i2?"* *" audience, even a 4-H Qub audience, seems to 
^^ghten Twny young people Here is an idea that many leaders 
^ve u«?d to help club meifibersVgain confidence: Ask someone 
to ^nd m f r«it of the groiA. If^ seems unaisy. kt him put 
ms hands on the t«ck ofa cTiair. KTow' give him an interesting 
fcha word to talk about, one thai makes Wm think or see in 
pK^H* hi^w^ — rain, dog, flowetK^hrp. 

'tL B* hnn to h^n talkii^ immediately, raying whatever comes 
mo hw iwnd 4httut the subject — in sentence form, of course 
^ktamlwvhe^ "feels" and what experiences he has had with 
we Ktea b«nd the word. If he, runs out of thoughts, just repeat 
the ame wwd and expect him to cohtmue. . 

If lie t«it cantao? open his mouth, have other club members 
^'^,*"".*y* ^y askmg quesrions about the subject. Answers 
^MUd uiclude the question. Don't allow simple yes and no answers. 

^ Now «tn^ the important discovery. Point to different mem- 
iJers oi the dob and ask them what "pirtures" they had in their 
mnds w|Ble the speaker was talking. Most of them were thinking 
'it WJ^r^WTO feelings aoA experiences. They were thinkiiw 

If Jinut id«8, iMt tN speakM-, ^ . 

j WbiAjdttb menbers discover this truth, they have greater 
j^^«n from WWPT. This 1* a cure for the "dis-ease" called 
t^f-oSBWWsness. When you are idea-conscioiis. you are no longer 
^Wf-nM«aoui. Tte audiena is more interested in hearing i(le:\s 

pn in "f^inr" the speaker. Even when looking right at a -si^eaker, 

ftey usual^ do not see him. be::ause they are busy seeing ideas 

111 their own minds. 

Leada^ may help young people prepare talks, demonstrations, 
WW mroratwns by asking questions to draw out the members ideas 
Adalt» MkwM never write what they think voung people should 
^y, fceoittie those young people h*fre their'own thoughts. The 
way ^Mf think and feel is important. Encourage them to talk 
extemporawottsly or from a brief outline rather than to memorize 
* ap^h. Sp«kers talk in a more natural maimer if they do not 
mein<m» words. 

Tell club members to hop up and say 'Til be glad to" when 
i!ed on to do som«hing. They cannot be saying "I'm scared 
at the same time. ' 

Everything that is being done now can and will be done be;ter. 
This is a ftspotisibility our youths must accept. This challenge 
^Is for initiative. Sadly we learn that many leaders do not want 
flMuigsters to dev^p much initiative. Adults want to hold the 
mna, make the dedsions, have the fun^df planning. 

'^ ActuMIy, it is really more fun to give new responsibility to 
SBys and girls gradually, then step aside and watch the wheels go 
4Mund. 

A 4-H Club member in Nevada gave me his phitesophy in 
tfae« 10 tv«)-letter words, "If it is to be. it is up to me." 

Ndflier yoa, nor your club members will tense up or be 
^»:ared rtiff" if you will practice these five exercises: 

1. Smite, espoidaUy with the eyes. 

2. ^KJi out and sh^e hands, looking the other person right 
in the eyes and giving jour own name clearly if he is a stranger 

omcone who may mve forgotten your name. 

3. Make other peojrfe f^ good by encouraging and compli- 
tting them. { 

4. Relax before a performanc*. Try yawning, stretching, 
t,r*o»Ti;ng deeply aad talking positively to yourself. 

Dress carefully in your best. When you look your best, 
•lore cl«riy and feel more confident 



and a 

that area during the month of 

April. 

Roliert Clapp, president of the 
new Human Relations Council, 
said that the objectives of the 
state- wiile organization were the 
same as those of the former 
C.f.O. He quoted from the Vir. 
ginia Council's statement of 
purpose: "that the VCHR 
works towards the under.stand- 
iiig. realization and the acce|)t. 
ance of the legitimate aspirations 
of all citizens through the tech- 
ni(|ues of fact-finding, comimini- 
cations, e<lucati<)n. publicity.-^ne- 
gotiation and j>ersuasion." 

, 'I'he next itetn on the agenda 
was a description of the Seatack 
survey to be conducted with the 
United Council of Church Wom- 
en. (Recently these two groups 
sfwrnsored a successful fund 
raisinw varietv show benefiting 
the Seatack Community Center). 
The survey will be conducted on 
May 1st and will cover three 
main areas: employment, edu- 
cation and environment. Infor- 
matioii as to available job skills, 
requests for training courses, and 
housing conditions will be col- 
lected. Tabulated figures will be 
rtiade available to the Planning 
Commission, the School Board, 
the Recreation Dept. and the re- 
cently appointed city representa- 
ti\es to the Poverty Program. 
I'lach church in the United 
Council will supply at least one 
TJCTson to work with neij 
hood captains- 

The final item to come before 
the meeting was the kick-off of 
|he Seatack Clean-Up Contest 
to be held during the month of 
April and concluding with a 
Prize Awarding Party on April 
30th at the n^rly comj)Iete<l 
.Seatack Comnumity Center. "We 
need new housing," said Mrs. 
Jeanne McCullough, Oairman 
of the Environment Committee, 
"but that is so painfully slow in 
coming that we decidecl to clean 
and pfilish what we have now 
while we're waiting for some- 
thing else." Area cai^ains at the 
imeting were told that improve, 
ment is the goal of this contest, 
so the person whose house is in 
the worst shape stands the best 
chance of winning ! A point sys- 
tem based on labor hours and 



rost of materials in wived enables 
everyone to qualify for the prize 
drawing. In addition there will 
be cash prizes for the individual 
who improves his property the 
most, aiul also for the uHist im. 

E roved section. Mrs. Omia 
bobbins, instigator and Chair- 
man of the Clean-Up Contest, 
emjJiasizetl that, "If we iust do 
the best we can with wfiat we 
have, we can all feel leally proud 
of .Seatack." 



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throu^ t«ro NfOnoal Science 
Foundation Fellowship P r o- 
grams for the sumnMr (rf 196S 
and the academk year I96S-66. 

SImkfn wfs awarded a fel- 
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Aiut the ideas that come to them. There are some things young 
le know more aboiut. 

y is a new day. Ev«y club meeting is a new experience. 
n«Eyer the Mme persffi two days in succession. Life is one 
TttSence of l^mii^ and of discovering the wonderful 
idties each tee has within. 



BAYSIDE — Charles A 
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Business Bureau was the guest 
speaker at the dinner meeting of 
the Bayside Junior Chamber of 
Commerce held at Charlie's 
Seafood Restaurant lasl week. 

Marta described the BBB, 
which is supported by the busi- 
nesses of the community, as a 
p;ime example of private busi- 
ness operating in the public in- 
terest. The job of the Bureau is 
to correlate information on un- 
ethical business practices and to 
inform consumers and responsi- 
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MiM Virfiitia B«*cb of W«rr«atea, V«., spccMl g««>t for the citjr'a lucccMful Boardwalk 
Eaatcr Parada, ipretentt tko bost 4r*—A to441ar girl prUe fo littlo Marjr Ellen Dragat. It's eaiy 
to kee trlijr 1^*. Vera Brows (rigkt) was ••l««t<rdl boat droaiad woHaH. Other beat drotsed wiaaera 
wore: Smmum I^ackworth, teOB-aco girlj Cria Woo^fjhand, toddler boy; Richard Talbert, teen- 
ago koy; Joba Biakoa, Jr. aad MoUaoa Lota, beat droased girl and boy; W. F. C^ntry III family, 
iikrfeat family; L«wi« Snltk ffnily* boat droaaed faoaUyi Mr. and Mra. Jamea Parkor, beat droaaod 
coa^e; aMi William Walkor., E«at draeaod aaa. (Boico Pkoto) 



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Boulevard 
Hearing Is 
Set May 3 

VmCINIA BEACH -^ Oty 
kww it, but 




(Nily postumed ^ng 
teof will litentlly <j|rop out c^ 
the ikks to bring <hcm a mes- 
sage. 

tliere's a reasonabfe expla- 
nation, of course. The pretty 
young messenger, wearin? . an 
authentic Colonial outfit, will be 
Mi>. Nell Boggs, secretarv to 
Planning Director Mason Gam-- 
age. i: 

S^ie will arrive »t the council 
meeting via WTAR's Go Patrol 
helocopter. And the m^sage sihe 
will bring will be a proclama- 
tion for Mayor Frank A. Du&ch 
desienatins May 12 as "Oty 
Hall Day." 

Mrs. Boggs is coordinating the 

I special event with co-chairmen 

Frank KeHam and Johrt Fentress. 

This year's <*servanc^ wii 
fall daring "Know Your Govern- 
ment Week," May 9-15, and 
plans are well underway for an 
infornwtive and entertaining pro- 
gram. 

City Hall will be ooened to th- 
public between 4 and 8 p.m- with 
a special council meeting set at 
7 p.m. so that interested citizens 
may meet the officials and see 
liow the meetings are conducted. 

Costumed hostesses will con- 
duct oraanized tours throudhout 
the ramblini? complex of munici- 
pal builc1'n?s and variou^ school 
bands will provide mu$i:;a! selec- 
tions. 

Invitations to diwiittari-? of 
other Tidewater cities are expect- 
ed to go into the mail within the 
next few daj's. Plans also call for 
the.d'ty^s r^iniatu'-e Vn^irs <pi 
make oeriodic runs about the 
grounds. ^ 

It D'omises to be a bi« Avj at 
City Hall. But rieht now Mrs. 
Bo!;gs has a more pressin<» con- 
cern. "How in the worid a^i T 
poin? to j»et th?t hure hooped 
skirt in and out of that hftlicqp- 
ter Monday?" she wocdcs. 



titepbone Poles Are 
inclims Of Collisiens 

VHUGINtA BEACH — Telephone poles throughout die city 
hay^ falleti victim to traffic collisions within the past few days 
with five being completely dratroy^ or severly ditmaged in s^rate 
accidt^nts. 

I^ ftsi BMMtp AOCHdad Saturday at 8:tS p.m. iAnm Mn 
~ " of 2344 




45 PINTS COLLECTED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Red CroK BlowJmobilc retxHis 
a collection of 45 i?iT»ts of bkM)d 
from volunteer donors at the 
recent visit held at the Virginia 
Beadi Fire StatxMi. 

The Junior RmI Cross volun- 
teers kelp^l m y»^us duties 
prepsMi^ Ae {wospe^ve 6oacm. 



bit Great Neck Road ju« north 
of River Road * 

(Xficer J. P. Barton reported 
tiMit M«r Kifb}^ was blinded isy 
die headti^ts of an oncoming 
car, ran off the shoulder of the 
road and struck the pole. TTie 
mirfmp caused about $500 dam^ 
age to car and completely de- 
stroyed the pole. No charges were 
placed. 

That same night, about mid 
night, Gary L. Ragan, 16, erf 
532 Suber Drive, struck a pole 
on the feeder road ?t the inter- 
^k>n of Viiiiginia Beach Boule- 
vard and Toy Avenue. 
' Officer John Pritchard said the 
car skidded on kxjse gravel when 
Ragin tried to stow down and 
it slid into the pole. Ragan suf- 
fered a bumped head and knee 
and Q passenger, Walter SaWriki, 
18, of 725 Thalia Road received 
a dislocated shoulder. No charges 
were pla<^d. 

Two 16-year-ord Norfolk girls, 
whose names are being withheld, 
were injured Sunday about 4:30 
p.m. whert their car, traveline 
over the speed limit, went out of 
control on B-ay Colony Drive 
just «ist of Rothesay Road, went 
dirou^ a yard^ jumped a small 
ditch and struck a telephone 
pole. 

The mishap caused consider- 
able damage ^to the lawn of Mr. 
and Mrs. D. L. Davenfwrt, com- 
pletely demolished the car and 
seveW^he pole, Officer Williair 
D. Ha<Kn said. 

One of the girls suffered mul- 
tiple scratches and bruises to th^ 
lees and a cut lip and fhe second 
girl suffered a bruised kne;. T^e 
driver was charged with reckless 
driving. 

Kenneth R. Creamer, 30, of 
3444 S^lina Drive is reportedljr 
in serious condition at Por*sA 
mouth Naval Hospital <rf in- 
juria received when his car 
struck a pole on Oceana Boule- 
vard just south of D?^ NkJt 
Road Monday about 7-25 d«i 

C^ficer R. L. Taylor reornte-^ 
that the car left the road abou* 
35 feet before strikin? the nc^s 
Wt said C''ea"'er told hi"' 
another vehicle forc^, him df 
the road. Creamer suffeted lace- 
rations of the face aftd internal 
injuries. No charges were placed 
Tie car was « total loss, tfie 
<^cer said. 

Herbert U. Kubsh, 34, of 
5037 Gunther Street suffered a 
fri^ured noM and lacerated up- 
per. 1^ «iiea lib car stmck-a 




Two More New 
Industries Will 
Move Here Soon 

VIRGfNIA BEACH — Two more large industries have 
joined the growing numl^r of enterprises moving into Virginia 
Beach, Industrial Director L. I^an Curtis announced today. 

The two latest additions arc the U.S. Flag and Signal Com- 
pany and Prudential StoragiS and Van Corporation, both now 
locate! in Norfolk. I over the United States and the 

This totals f ivr tadustrtes Uiat '«« w<wW, Jae^ said, k «n. 



have moved into the city since 
last September that ha^ worked 
directly tiirough the city's In- 
diistrial Development Authority, 
Curti^ said. 

"There are many more com- 
mercial operations that have 
come in. Curtis said, "but the 
AuUM-ity is largely responsible 
for five, reprMenting a total in- 
vestment (rf over $550,000." 

The other three firms are J&L 
Constructicm Company, Melrav 
Brewing Company and Atlantic 
Construction Com|»ny. 

The U.S. Flag and Signal 
Company building is now under 
construction in Euclid ami the 
firm's presidoit, Charla Terry, 
said he Im^cs to be moved in % 
late July \ 

After -knttU^ ift )^^f^ for 



Mfraer (rf Bie intersection of In- 
depetKi»ice Boulevard and 
Cooperfield Road, Wednesday 
flbcMt 4 a.m. 

Officer Joseph C. Beck, Jr. 
said the car left about 30 feet ci 
skid marks before hitting ^at 
pole. He charged Kubsh with 
reckless driving./ 

Flying 
Messenger 
For Council 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 

public hearing on the pr(^x>sed 
Independence Boulevard will be 
held May 3, Planning Director 
Mason Gamage said Wednes^y. 
Time and place will be an- 
nounced at a later date. 

Tlte hearing is scheduled in 
accordance with the Sute High- 
way Commission's rules and 
regulations, he said. Once the 
local hearing is held, the com- 
mission is expected to hold a 
second hearing. 

The hearings wijl take into 
consideration an overpass for 
Northampton Boulevard (bridge- 
tunnel approach road), access to 
Sheiton Park School tad access- 
es to serve future developments 
on what is now just farm land, 
Gamage said. 

Once the hearings are out of 
the way. City Council is expected 
to take action on the Ptanning 
Commission's recommendations 
and council's decisions will be 
forwarded on to the State High- 
way Commission. 

City EnpJheer Charles Kiley 
told council at the April 12 meet- 
ing that preliminary plans for tiie 
highway are completed and con- 
structJcm could possibly start 
within 30 <teys after the hear- 

ings. ' : 

Independence Boulevard will 
extend from VirsLnia B?ach 
l^irtivard thrrm^^h Robbins Cor- 
ner to S»ore Drive. 

The city has been pushing jts 
constructibn ia hopes tha^a npr- 
tion of the thoroughfare %lltibe 
opened by the tira3 ^Pembroke 
Shopping Center is comoleted, 
scheduled for spring of 1966. 

Two pf Tidewater's largest 
stores. Miner &■ Rhodes and 
S^rs, are pbmied lot Pembroke 
Sliopping Omter. 



ed Virginia Bi^ch for the ^te of 
its oew teotiry ' because It ii 
m<Me centrally located " and we 
can better serve tfce entire area,' 
Terry said. 

The 3,100 square foot fac 
tory will employ about 14 per-> 
sons. Hie firm manufiictur<» 
American flags, Navy code or 
signal flags, emblems of ail types, 
school letters, baiuwrs and oHier 
sudi items. Its operation enoooi- 
ps»i not ,(Hriy manufacturing 
out dmritMition, retail siries and 
international' sries. i 

Hiere are only about 30 simi- 
lar manufacturers in tfie country 
and the local firm nudes about 
the tenth largest. "But we hope 
to be number three after our ex- 
peasiofi," Terry said. 

Hie Prudential Stc»age and 
Van Corporation, whl^ h% 
been located on BiHings Street in 
Norfolk since 1944, fws its new 
general office and wai^house 
building under constructMn in 
Greenwich just off New Town 
R(Md 

Eugene A. Jaeger, vice presi- 
dent and general manawr, said 
tiie firm is transferring ite entire 
operation to Virginia B^ch and 
hopes u> have the move compet- 
ed by Jiine 15. 

n^udential handles .-moves all 



plc^s about 4Oj)ers0ns. 

The new 317,350 cubic foot 
building will house an enormous 
storage area which will enable 
the company to incxirporate some 
oi ^ latest modem methods 
in its operation, he said. 

The other^ new industries arc 
locatMi in Greenwich, EtK;lid and 
R(»emont. 

Members of the Industrial 
Development Authority are 
Frank W. Kellam, diairman, 
George J. Parker, vice chairman: 
Milton D Carter, Alfred W. 
Craft, Jr., K^mit S. Land, James 
P. Sadler and Lewis D. Thurstcm. 



Plm Armed Forces Parmk 




SaHor Aerasui 




Into Stifira 



BACK BAY — A 19.year- 
oid Oceana sattm* was arrested 
early Friday nwming by a patrol- 
man who apprdiended him as 
he was running from the Back 
Bay Ttxaco ikatien which had 
beoi broken into. 

Pcrfke idratified the youth as 
Peter Anthcmy Lorig. He is 
idieduled to appear in Virginia 
BMd| Munici{wl Ccmrt Monday 
afternoon for a preliminary hear* 
mg <Mi charts of breaking and 
enteri^. 

Officer H. L, Crowell made 
the arrest. He report^ that dur- 
ing a routine check of the area he 
found a brdcen window in the 
bay door of the station. He noti- 
fied tlie police dispateher v^o 
called the stati<m owner A. W. 
SimMon. 

Sm^Iv after the officer was 
informed that Simpson was on 
hk way to tfie scene, Crowell 
saw a man run fr(Mn.iiie grease 
radEs and out through the door 
diat had been broken open. 

CnoweH chased the man, later 
identified as Lorig, and caught 
hk wh«i he fell into a ditch 
ab<wt 500 feet from building 



Membera of the Armed Porcoa Committee of thu ..._ « . 

ar. ahown -dminng « •ward to be proao.tod i. tU. year', parade to 
18. From left P re Chief E. B. Bay, C»dr, Br«ee Caiaaey, Edwai 
man; and Poliee Lt. C. M. Bailey. 



Virginia BMieh CbaadMn' al 

bo atafod m S>l*4^ , Mftir 

Edward P. Bragaa, taaaMl ekair- 

(9«iM nmtm) 



asstt-secretary of navy 
armed forces day guest 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Honorable Victor Longstreet, 
assistant Secretary of the Navy,, 
will be the keynote speaker at 
the Armed Forces Day lundieon 
to be given by the CSty of Vir- 
ginia Beach on May 15 at the 
4 AmgrJcana. 

Plans are beWig m^ by Ed- 



ward P. Bn^n, chaiiman erf ilie 
Chamber of Commerce An^l 
Forces committee, for the 7th 
■anual para# to follow 4ie 
route from 9th ttreet on Atlaatk 



BRIDGE PLANie FOR 
KNOTTS ISU 

KNOTTS ISLAI^ — The 
North Carolina Turn^ke Au- 
thorhy out of Raleigh, NLC, has 
applied for a permit frdm the 
Army Engineers iti Wil 
to omstnK^ a highway bridge 
across Knotts Island Oiannel, 
according to District Engineer 
Col. J. S. Grygiel. 

Plans call for a fix^ Ix'idge 
widi a horizomal clearance of 40 
feet and a vertical clearance of 
25 feft above high water over 
the navigation channel. 

A movable single loif bascule 
span is to be con^ructed over 
the navigation channel wMdi. 
may be raised for the , passage 
-of dredges (M* similar type craft 
engaged in government work. 

PerK)ns mterested in voicing 
their approval or disapproval of 
die plan should submit their 
views in writing to Army En- 
gineers, 30S Customhouse, Wil- 
mington, N.C. 

Such comments will be 
cepted up until 4:45 p.m 
May 10, <CoI. GrygieLsaid. 



ae- 
on 



Tow Station 




t Officer R. E. Broaa of tha Traffle Bvraaa Impraaaea on theae fMtaro driver* tbe impoHaace' 

of obearviag traffic law* by 'ax^iaiag t^t the marfcora on the map indicate accident*, the red onoa 
iadi^atiaf fatalitiaa. Tbe attaatativw fr»«p ara mamkora of Girl Scout Troop No. 664 from Thalia 
•wl Birdiwoa4 «^kli lMn«d yo Uta h a ad^ nartwa last weak. Mrs. UmA Cm b aeout Ua4ar tu4 
Ml*. Ctral m^AOk b ^aablaM baior. (Vkoto by PkUllp*) 



Set August 13 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mks 
Vii^nia Beach Pa^nt wW teke 
place on August 13 in tfic Atan 
B. SSepard Civic Center. The 
prqgram will be sp(ffisoi«d ^ 
the Virginia Beach Junior Oiam- 
ber dl Comm^ce with Jcrfu 
Perry as Goieral Chairman. 

In or<te to enter tl« contest, 
tlte girls must be a resuteot of 
Virginia Beach for the past six 
months, this rule u waived wily 
for cfMiteslants wh(»e r^uknoN 
are out of the city or state, tNtt 
who are att^mg ooU^ or 
M^KX^ in city where <x}iitest n 
hdd. TTiey mu^ not compete ki 
RiMe tlMn one crfHcial , pidnii- 
nary this year.'" Be single and 
never have been ^marri^, di- 
vorced or had marriage an- 
nuled. Be a high school graduate 
by Labor Day of thk year. Be 
of good character and posse» 
poise, persoQ^y, intell^fence, 
charm and beauty of face and 
flgwe. Possess and display tali^ 
in <a 3-minute routine, this talent 
may be singing, dancing, play* 
ing a musical instrumeitt, dra- 
matic reading, art display, dress 
designing, etc. or she may give 
a '3-minute talk on the career 
rfie wishes to pursue. May be 
either amateur or professional. 

Entries for the Pageant are 
now being consid^ed and appli- 
cations may be obtained from 
Andr^ Evans at P.O. Box 1044, 
Virginia Beach. 

Miss Abby Hilton, Miss Vir- 
ginia Beach will crown the winiier 
and the local winner will repre- 
sent the city in the State finals 
next year. 

The Pageant is an official pre- 
liminary to the Miss America 
J^ageant held each year in At- 
lantic City. 

CAR BROKEV INTO 

VIRGir^IA BEACH — Over 
$200 worth of tools were taken 
from a station wagon parked in 
tlte owner's driveway, police said. 

The car, owned by Elden J. 
GrouU ot 920 Malissa Street, 
was entered by forcing open 
the vent windpw with a pry tool. 
Lt. iR. A. Davis Jr. and Deteo- 
tive G. F. R<4)^ts are investi- 
gating. 



Avenue to 3lrt %am, ' 

The revkwiag staad or ^ni- 
tari^ wUl be on the-eatt M of 
Athntk: Avenue at 28th Street. 

The deadline for eaterii^ 
floats and units in tfte Armed 
¥a^mtA, Pay „pM8de k \ktff 1. 

contact E K BayM,'|ir» Aief 
€f Vii|iBi« Haoll boiMgt fm 
di^Aitntflt alow Fire SlaSpaon 
20di.sere^ and Arctic AveniK. 

Aiwted Forces Day eventt are 

soons(X«d by the Virginia Beech 
uiMrtw or Oommeree m co< 
<^mitfni with th* nt« nf vir- 




SHOW 




VIRGINIA BEACH — Ths 
annual ^rou Art Exhibit ^ 
members of m Virgiak Bea^ 
Art Assoctetios wtii open today 
at die Alan B. Shejittrd Ovk 
O^ter and ocmtUuie im^n^ 
Sunday. 

Navy rei»<»entative wffl be 
Mrs. T. E. Morton, the B^ in 
Show winniR' frwn the Navy 
Spring Art ^w sponsored re^ 
<«ntly by ^ Submarine O^fi- 
c^' Wi^^^ Qub. 

GueM Mtkt will be Burclay 
Sbeabi <tf Hmptoa, one of the 
area's mort cnMManding ardsts 
wto^ wotks ^hide poctratts, 
still ttfe, , tendscapes and sta- 
sc^ws. Mqr <rf his recent paint- 
n^ are done n the new medi- 
um aoylu polymor, v^iidi bas 
a pfaii^ We. 

Son» of hto state and naSflial 
swarih incMfe Icsne LeiA Me- 
HKHM SMMPw^NMI<d«W ^1^- 
ing at N<»ft^ M^nttD, Mari- 
ner Museum's best mariite 
^inting; pastel ainnl at ^ 
Vii^uiia Bee^ Bo^w^k %cw; 
Tidewater Art Festival awanb in 
oil, watercokir and ^ph^. 

Sheaks' pataituip «fe t^t- 
sented in privaM coU«;ti<»s 
throughout ^e XJi^ SNrtei, 
being owned by scAkm^ ec^ef^ 
and frateraky ^ines. H$ limi 
designed ami ex^mt^ in poly* 
ester plastic an altar {Hnel ^ 
a (Aapel on the Entsiprise, dw 
world's tergeit ^p. He aim hfts 
be»i oMnmii^fMaed to do a 
sculfHuied relief in pol^tcf fnr 
Riverside Ho^ital in ?fewpW 
Nev^s. 

A preview of <he show» by in- 
vitatioQ only, will be bjiid to- 
day. The eriiibit will open to tba 
publk; Friday. Houa wilt be 
nom 10 a.m; to 5 pm. Smds^' 
fttMn 3 to 4 b.m. tlieie wiD be 
cc^ie^ ^ tw BMunie F 
dtvm and fithGatDrv 



m 



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VI^INIA KACH SUN, Thursday, April 22, 1965 

ENGACEMENTb 



^'1 




Mrs. Dickens 
New BhV PrM. 

- VlRGTM^BEi 
^pril dinner inefting of the 
I'ritKcss Anne Kt^sir^ss and Ppo- 
jeiiiohal WDmeu's Club vtm 
hdd at the Bay Harbor Club 
recently. l-'oHowtng the business 
meeting, Mrs. Jeannette Harvey 
introduced her "new" daughter, 
Miss Pjjhiia Parro of Milan, 
Italy — wh(» is " an exchange 
student attending I'rinc^s Anne 
High Sdmol and making her 
hofne witfi the Harvey family, 
^3 ■ S^Kjner Road, V^irginia 
Beach. 




a^tt Xtii ^ C^^ ^itiA/t 
aiiiKKaK^ tne engagement of 
Aetr dau^ter. Miss Linda Di- 
aioe arianer, to Onriie Lemwl 
i-iWKMI, III. 

1^. L»wtoa k the asm at 
Mr. iad Mrs. Qiarlie Lemusl 
LawMo, /i, <tf H«^«on. 

Mht S^mm miamd fron 
Mkoi Anw iuidH Sdio(4 In 



(&>ice Moto) 
m k«nte and Eaton, lift. $i^ 




fie«:h. 



Honored Qtfeen of iHe 

al Order of S^ 

Bethel 17. Vtfgtfk 



Mr. Lawson graduated from 
Fi«derick Military Academy in 
Portsmoutfi, in 1962, and at- 
teiKted two years at Old Do- 
^nion Con^. He is presently 
fti^loyed at Murray and Dis- 
dikiger Eogineen of HaraiMoii. 

A July ^^ding is plan^ at 



Palnia sixike of her exper- 
iences In America, gave her iin- 
pressbns of the likenesses and 
differences in her country and 
OUTS, and expressed her great 
pJeastire in having had the good 
fortune to live with the Harvey 
family this year. 

All club members agreed that 
tht United ^tes, iml particulnr- 
ly Virginia Beacb, k fortunate to 
ive this de%htful and very 
erudite teen-ager in cwr midst. 

Installation of officers was 
comlikted by the state treasurer 
of BPW, Mrs. Elsie Breedlove 
of PoftsmtJitth. officers for the 
year 1965-66 are: ^rs. Helen 
Dickens, pf*sirfent ; Miss lx)uise 
Hodges, 1st vice president ; Mrs. 
,Heleti|evief. 2nd v'u^ presideirt; 
Mrs. ttiris McKinney, recording 
secretary ; Mrs. Florence White, 
corresponding secretary? and 
Mrs. Alke femes, treasure". 



Senator Speaks 
On Mental 



WEDDING 



1M3, 1^ tt j^e^Btly employed Lndoa &idge ^{^t Chmcn. 





^ARY FRANCES BA^^ 

aAKER — HOiWARO 

VtRqiNIA BEACH — Mi. 

•M Mm. Ellworth Jeroms Bui^ 

litjBounce the engagametf ol 

''- (taugfater, Misi Mary Frao- 

"^er, to Thomas Walter 

jward is the son of Mr. 

Thomas Walter How- 

Vjrg^nia Beach. 

■it graduated from 

'h Sdiooi and at- 

inion College. 

"""luatsd ffom 

and will 

m the Vir- 

iace 



Miss Pamela Fokk 

(plK^ by Fabian) 

FOLCK — GRANTHAM 

DARIEN, Conn. — Mr. and 
Mrs. Roy Edwin Foick, Jr., for- 
merly of Virginia Beach, ati 
wnince tiie engagement of tWeir 
daughter, Paipela, to John Davis 
Grantham, son of Mrs. George 
Kenneth Grantham, Jr., and the 
late Mr. Grantham, of Duriiam, 
North Carolina. 



Miss Folck attended the Vir- 
ginia Beach Country Day School, 
Virginia Beach High School, and 
is a 1963 graduate of the Darien 
Senior High. %e will graduate 
in June from Stratford Junior 
College, Danville, Vi^aia. 

Mr. Grantham is a graduate 
of the Durham High School, 
ctoss of 1961. He attended West- 
em Carolina College, CuUowhee, 
Nordi Oirolina, where he was 
affiliated with Delta Sigma Phi, 
social fraternity.-* At present te 
is a senior at the Urtivcrsliy of 
North Carolina at Chapel Httl. 

A Bate for Ac wedding has 
iK)t been set. 



DONATIONS NEEDED 

VIRGINIA BEACH^**- ^ 
ii^reasing demmd for emer- 
^m:y linens, clothing, etc., in 
WIT rapidly growuig City of 
Virginia Beach that cannot be 
met without tHe »sistance of 
the local Branch of the Needle- 
work Guild of America, Inc., 
and to give this assstance, the 
local branch, {Resident, Mrs. 
<^lenn Dill, is asing that indi- 
viduals became memNrs of the 
Needlework Guild by d<mating 
two new articles of linen or clo- 
thing, or money to buy two ar- 
ticles, once a year thfough a 
nei£^b(Mibood group or club." 

The annual in-gathering of 
these articles will be held in the 
social Hall of the Virgink 
Beach Methodist Church, 18tfj 
and Atlantic Ave., Friday^ April 
30 at 10:30 a.m. The public is 
urged to attend and learn what 
is trying to be accomplished. 

The District Regional Presi- 
dent, Mrs. V. H. Nusbaum of 
Norfolk, will be there to answer 
any questicms regarding the 80 
year old charity organization 
which ^elps all charities regard- 
less of race, crwd, or color. 

For further information phone 
Mrs. Glenn Dill 428-9028 or 
Mrs. Grant Thomas, 428-3813. 



CHESAPEAitE mAt$ — 
''The ImpiOvdrteM anfl Wterest 
in the Mental Health program in 
the State surely t^^(^ to tite 
interest wc, the psopic, have de- 
maaded through dur ihterest in 
dtis growing probleW tb s^fcidty. 
In tnis Natwnal Hsahh prob- 
lem, our State has it's fa'if <^are 
of troubles, but we can do 
much to solve the needs by our 
sincere and hOr^ effort to un- 
dentand the problems of <wr 
mentally and emotional^ dis- 
turbed citizens aiKl to seek cm- 
stantly to improve facilities for 
their treatment." &j stated State 
Senator Gor<k» Marsh of Ches- 
apeake at the Am-il m^tuig ^ 
the Woman's uub of Cheaa- 
peake at die April minting d 
the Woman's Club of Chesa- 
peake Beach. 

Senator Marsh shared tiie 
program with Mrs. Elmer L. 
King, a teacher in th^ Norfolk 
Pre-School Trifining Center. 
Speaking from her several years 
experience with mentally retard- 
ed youngsters, she said that tliose 
children do not need our sym- 
pathy nearly so much as they 
need our love, patience atra 
above all, our understanding of 
their proIWem. Mrs. King sta*ed 
that mental health pati^its now 
number twiqf the total of four 
other permaiMnt handkaps 
whidi include rheumatoid heart 
disease, cerebral palsy, blindnfess 
and paralytic polio 

She declared 
school faciliteis are the proof 
of what can be done to improve 
these handicapped children's 
lives and complimented the var- 
ious clubs and organizati<»is who 
contribirted to me akl ol the 
schools and clinics, , . „ 

The program was arranged by 
the Health and Mental Henlrh 
Department of the Club, ^aI1d 
was held at the Fort Stoi^ Of- 
ficers Club on Ap|il 13, with 
Mrs. A. 'L. Zavilenski fvesenting 
the spiders. 

The club voted to present a 
total of $120gOO to the libraries 
of the £(atyside and Frank Cox 
High Schools. 

Mrs. Colon L. Powers, Club 
president, announced tfiat the 
Executive Board would hold 
their Ma^ meeting in the home 
of Mrs. Thomas B. Petty in 
Chesapeake Beach. 




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lYNRRAVENGC ' 

VIRGfNlA BEACH — At 
the April meeting nt the Lynn- 
Iwven Garden Club, the presi- 
dent, Mrs. W. <R. Payne Sr., an- 
nounced that members wjiming 
awards at the recent flower 
show sponsored by the Virginia 
Beach Council of Garden Clubs 
held St the Lynrfhaven Park 
School wer^ Mrs. C. W. Diggs, 
the Queen of Africa vk>let award; 
and the African Violet Sweep- 
stake award was given to Mrs. 
C. L. Hershbergers. Mrs. H. 
Billups received blue award in 
the African violet class, and 
Mrs. C. W. Jemigan received a 
blue award in die altar church 
class. / ? 



April II at 4 
o'clock in Pint Baptist Oiurch. 
The Rev. Maynard Mangum 
heard the wedding vows. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Carroll Ab- 
bott of this city and the bride- 
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Gaddy of Fairmont 

Given in marriage by her 
father, the bride wore a gown of 
ivory peau de taffeta fashioned 
with bracelet length sleeves, 
scoop neckline and belle skirt 
which featured a chapel length 
train. The gown was highlighted 
with ivory Alenoon lace medal- 
lions. Her mantilla was appli- 
qued in Alencon to match her 
gown and she carried a cascad: 
bouquet of miniature carnations 
centered with Royal Bouquets 
orchids. f^'-'~ ^ 

Miss Nane/ Barkwell Abbot 
was maid w honor for her sis 



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Virginia Beach was brid^maid 

Yellow awards in the formal pau^-'Whs Deborah Walker of 

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MISS SELLERS ELECTED 

VI-RGINIA BEACH — Susan 
Sellers, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 
Thomas Sellers, 27 1 3 Sandy 
Valley Rd., has been elected a 
sophomore class representative 
to the Student Government As- 
sociation at Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College for tfie 1965- 
66 academic year. As such, she 
will serve as chairman of the 
Conference Committee. 

Susan is a freshman at Ran- 
dolph-Macon. 



BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mfs. Rfchard Baker 
announce the birdi of their first 
child, a daughttf, Rhonda Sue, 
oA April 5, at Norfolk General 

T^law. Bdcer wA the former 
Mks ^be@da l&rmon. daugh- 
t^ trf^Mr. wid Mrs. Ellis Har- 
^M. Mr, Bak«» is the »)n of 
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W. R. Payne Sr., Mrs. W 
Payne Jr., and to Miss D 
French. . 



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SAN ANTONIO, T#iat -f 
Mr. and Kirs. Behjamin T. Hkfh 
nett annottfl£% tte fttgagemeflt of 
their <tou^f#f, Ju#h Qaire, to 
Tazewell ^|i*fl Dozier, 

Mm BpiiifNt ^duated from 
the Uhivcrsitv of Texas, May 
30, 19^, were she was a 
member of CH Omega Sorority. 
She is one of this season's cbbu* 
taniB Aod WM ^*Duchess of Gala 
!Re^tta»" in tJie Court of Ve- 



Miss Judtth ^fiteiA 

nlof cfaifiBg Fksta We0k in Saa 



Nk.. boaer is the mn oi Mr. 
and ^s. G&x^ Steplwn D(wer 
of y'tt^m ^ach. ffe attend^l 
tte C^^ (rf WtttlaiD^ Md 
Mary i# Vf^nit and ## iB 
member of Tau Kaj^ Epsilon 
Fraternity. He also a^aded the 
University of the Philipjwaes. 

The wedding will take plac^ 
May 30 is Saa Aatooio. 



It was voted to send a mone- 
tary gift to the Rescue Squad of 
Virginia Beach. , 

Mrs. Janett Cx)we showed 
slides of colorful conversation 
pieces. 

Miss Laura Harness and Mrsr 
W. R. Payne Sr. were hostesses. 

IINUER GARDEN CLUB 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Linlier Garden Club met last 
week at the home of Mrs. J. H. 
Grahame. The Therapy Chair- 
man rei»rted that 18 parniaiient 
flower bedside arrangements 
made at the March meeting were 
taken to the Shore Drive Con- 
valescent home which were 
great- appreciated by both men 
and women. 

Meiul)ers voted tt) contribute 
$50.00 toward the beautifickition 
of the grounds of the New Vir- 
ginia Beach Hospital. Plans were 
discussed for the May installa- 
tion luncheon with the followinj,' 
slate of new officers: Mrs. C. J. 
Hauser, president: Mrs. W. A. 
Wood, 111, 1st vice president; 
Mrs. J. H. Doyle, Jr.. 2nd vice 
president; Mrs. F. L. Fentress, 
recording secretary: Mrs. W. L. 
Brewer, carresponding secre- 
tary; apd Mrs. H. L Alverson, 
treasu/^f, 

Mrs. Tintmons, of Norfolk 
Botertiiiclil Csirrffcns, gavt pro- 
gram of sli'tfcs darioftstrating 
effective h\^m, of landscaping, 
both in Itnglfirid and japan, as 
well as in thfs coiaitry. 

Bide rtbbons were won by 
Mrs. W. A. Wood, Iff. for her 
flower arrangcAittit, ind Mrs. 
C. J. Haittir, for iTortieulture 
speeimeh. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
next monftly rtK«iin| ol the 
Prtifccss Anne African Violet So- 
ciehr will be held at the Mome 
(rf Mrs. A. J. K^ttiM ott Ap- 
ril 21. 

The 15th birftctoyoftheclub 
was held bst month ai the home 
of, Mrs. W. R. Otofcr wkh a 
luncheon. Special guests were 
Mrs. C. W. Diggs and ^rs. Ir^ 
ma M. Newberry. 

Door prkes weie won by Mrs, 
L. C. Maikvy aod Mrs. Aim 
HadseU. 



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ant. 

The bridegroom's father was 
best man. Ushers were James 
Jenkins of Raleigh, Paul Gad- 
dy of Greenville, Stephen Lulf 
of Jacksonville and David Mc- 
Rca and William Eley of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Immediately following the 
ceremony, the bride's parents 
entertained at a recfeption in the 
church social hall. 

After a wedding trip to the 
mountains of Virginia, the 
young couple will make their 
home at 109 - 75th St., Virginia 
Beach. 

Both Mr. and Mrs. Gaddy 
teach at Louise Luxford School 
in Virginia Beach. 

MRS. ALDRICH HEADS 
P.A. WOMAN'S CLUB 

' VIRGINIA BEACH — M"s. 
(ieorge^.X. Aldrich was installed 
as president of the Princes.-; 
.Anne Wdinen's Club o{ Virginia 
Beach last Tuesday at the regular 
meeting held at Pine Tree Inn 

l'"lected to serve with her arc 
Mrs. jo.seph F. Satller. first vic( 
president; Mrs. J. James Davis 
second vice president; Mrs, 
Stanley E. Howard, third vice 
president; Miss Mary Elizal)etli 
C r u in p, recording scLtetary ; 
Mrs. T. -E. Leesnitzer, corres- 
|K)nding secretary; and Mrs. 
Frank Klepper, treasurer. 

The officers were installed in' 
a candle lighting ceremony by 
Mrs. John I'. Kellam of Olney. 
\'a.. President of the Tidewater 
District of Virginia I'^ederation 
of Women's Clubs. 



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DAR CHAPTER ELECTS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Silas B. Bowling \yas elected Re- 
gent of the Adam Thorough- 
good Chapter, DAR, for a three 
year term at a meeting held re- 
cently at the home of Mrs. 
George E. Aboott of Bay Island. 
Elected to serve with Mrs. Bow- 
ling were: Mrs. A. C. Smith, 
vice regent; Miss Nancy Ed- 
wards, secretary; \}rs. Nancy B. 
Priestley, treasurer; Mrs. Meade 
A. Fowlkes, historian; Mrs. Mar- 
cel Y. Carpenter, librarian; Mrs. 
Edgar A. Tugman, chaplain and 
Mrs. Gewge E. AbbcMt, regis- 
trar. ^ ^ 

. Mrs. Abbott reported on the 
State Conference held in l^kA- 
mond March 29 — April 1, Fd 
lowing this, Mrs. Abbott gave a 
brief history of the DAR ^^ 
reviewed "What the Daughters 
Do". ' . 

It was anmMinced that Cyn- 
thia EJomme, a student at Wood- 
stock Elementary School won 
second place in the State for 
sixth grade students in the His- 
tory Essay Contest. KennAh Mc- 
Dougle, seventh grade, won the 
Hisjory contest for the school. 
Cathey Hickey and Rex Spring- 
ston were awarded Good Citi- 
zenship medals. 

Mrs. Abbott has left for 
Washington, D.C. where she 
will be a delegate to the 75th 
Annual Continental Congress. 




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VIRGIMa BEACIT— Two 
opportunrfies to keep a "rendez- 
vous with history" occur next 
week. In celebration of Historic 
Garden We^ in Virginia, tours 
have been planned for Tnesday 
and for Thurwiay. J 

The Virginia Beach tour will 
begin at 10 a.m. on Tu2sday, 
and the homes and gardens 
which may be visited up until 
5:30 p.m. are the homes of Mr. 
and Mrs. Leonard Cairns, 8610 
Oc^n Front; Captain and Mrs. 
GuTseppe Macriv 117 S2nd and 
Atlantic Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. E. 
S. Ruffifl, 404 51st street at 
Crystal Lalce; Mr. and Mrs. E. 
Lee Lecompte, 123 Bruton Lane, 
Bay Colony; and the home of 
Captam and Mrs. Lawrence 
Hey worth at -606 Duke of 
Windsor Road in Alanton. 

It has been requested that all 
persons making the^;t«ur wear 
comfortable walking shoes. 

ITie Princess Anne Tour will 
be a guided bus tour on Thurs- 
day witfi buses leaving Emmkn- 
uel Church at Kempsville at 
9:30 and 9:45 a.m., and again 
at 1:30 and 1:45 p.m. 

To be se4n on the guided bus 
tour into historic Princess Anne 
w^l be the Weblfai House, buih 
before 1 700, which is owned and 
lived in by Mrs.. H. C. Moore; 
the Wishart House, built before 
1700, owned by W. W. Oliver; 
ThwoughgoodUHottse, built be- 
fore 1700, restored and fur- 
nished by the Thoroughgood 
Foundation, owned by the City 
of Norfolk; Old Dmntioa 
Oiurch, built in 1736, re^ored 
in 1916; PembnAe, built in 
1754 by Jonathan Saunders, 
owned by Terry Corporationr, 
Kempsville Courtfiouse, built be- 
fore 1789, now just a shell, 
owned by C. Lydon Harr<ell; 
Kempsville Jail, built in 1789, 
owned and lived in bv Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles C. R a w 1 e s; 
Pleasant Hall in Kempsville, 
built in 1779 by Peter Singleton, 
owned bv heirs of Dr. R. E. 
Whitehead; and Baiville, repre- 
senting three hundred years of 
Princess Anne history, summer 
residence of Mr. and Mrs. James 
Hoge Tyler, III. 

Other places of interest to vi- 
sit during Historic Garden Week 
are both the old and new Capi^ 
Henry Lighthouses at Fort 
Story. 



Hundreds of members of th; 
Young Women's Christian As- 
.wciation both in the United 
States and Canada will have an 
opportunrty between April 23 
and May 13 for a firsthand tie- 
in with the organization's inter- 
national work as they partici- 
pate in workshop.s of the l^tnS 
YWCA fcitcrnational Training 
Institute. 

The 47 women from 34 coun- 
tries who have been partici- 
pants in the Institute will end 
th^ir individu.il assignments in 
local YWCAs in the U.S. and 
Caniida shortly after midrApri! 
in time to become memwls of 
international teams which will 
carry major roles in the work- 
shop sesyons. . 

•Thi workshops constitute for 
the YWCA of the USA, the 1965 
National event in each "-of the 
four regions of the country. 
Themes for the sessions are re- 
lated to various concerns of the 
organization and range from 
"Youth— the Decisions They 
Face" to "Our Respom>ibility as 
Christians in a World Setting." 

Included among those attend- 
ing the workshop in Norfolk on 
May 1-0- 1 3 win b»' the following 
from Virginia Beach: 

Mrs. 'R. R. Crutchfield, Mrs. 
John Cole, Mrsf. C. Edgar 
Koonlz, Mrs. \. R. Hazell, Mrs. 
J. D. Hubard, and Mrs. John F. 
Fro.sl, 

«Y" CALENDAR 

^Monday, April 26 

Art-3as!tels and Water Colors - 

10-12 noon "Y" office 
DcCoupage - 1-3 p.m. "Y" of- 




Swimming - Cavalier HolW ft»l 
3:30 - 5:30 p.m. " '^ 

Swimming - Cavalier Hotel Pool 
8 - 9 p.m. adult and teenagers 

Co-ed Bridge - Art - 7:30 - 9:30 
tr."Y" Officc^»-««-™« 



Tuesday, Apil^T 

Flower Antiquing 10 - 12 noon 

"Y" office i 

Swimnfjing Cavalier Hcrtel Pool 

3:30- 4:30 p.m. 
Tennis - 12:30 - 2:30 - Va. 

Beach High School Tennis 

Courts 
Judo - 7 - 9 p.m. Virginia Beach 

High School Gym. 
Wednesday, April 28 
Swimming Cavalier Hotel Pool 

3:30 - 4:30 p.m. 
Golf - 10 - 11 a.m. Stumpy Lake 
. Golf Cour.se 

Thursday, April 29 
Chinese Brush Painting 10-12 

noon "Y" office 
Advance Art - Sedel - 12:30 - 

2:30 p.m. -"^X" ^^^c 

Swimming Cavalier Hotel Pool 
3:30 - 4:30 p.m. 

Friday, April 30 

Silk Screening 10 - 12 noon "Y" 
office 

Swimming Cavalier Hotel Pool 
3:30 - 4:30 p.m. 
Saliv^y, May 1 

Y-Teen's "good luck" on Col- 
lege Boards. 

Mr. and Mrs. Mikeal Cary 
Myers of F-ngleside have re- 
turned home after sjMjndinjf a 
week in New Yotk. 

Mrs. Myers i.sthe former Miss 
Bettie Cadieiix of Va. Reach. 



(Uft to right) Major and Mra. 
Mr«. E. Newport, Major and Mr*. P. 
Mr*. J. C. Keni|aii. Lt. CoL and Mrm. 



Army and Navy personnel as 
well asicivilians packed the Of- 
ficer's Club at Fort Story Satur- 
day night celebrating "Las 
Vegas" night. 

Upon entering the club the 
first person that caught your eye 
was the lady handling the reser- 
vations. She was dressed in a 
western costume very similar to 
that of "Kitty" on GUN SMOKE. 
In the dining room jou were 
served by cow girls Prtsy Lee 
and Elizabeth Cook wearing long 
ikirted costumes while the other 
girls were dressed in, the real 
short skirts. Michael Couron, the 
bartender, also wore western 
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A. Anderson, Cmdr. and Mrs. Jack B. 
W. Mcintoih, Major and Mrt. W. £. 
Z. V. Cortum and Lt Cmdr. anil Mrs. 



Rader. Lt. Col. aaJ 
Damiaf, Ma|ar aadi 

J, H. Porrjr. 

(Pkoto by Edwardb) 



After dinner the Crowd fp- 
tired to the gambling room and 
bar. Lt. Col. and Mrs. C R. 
Tasker, Cdr. Md Mrs. J. F. 
KirkUghter, U. and Mrs. J. G. 
Wotf, Lt CoL ami Mn. Mot^ 
gan, U R. A, SUaa and Mrs. 
SUat were among Hte gu^ts. 

In thf gambling room one 
really felt as thousji he were irn 
Las Vegas. One could play pok- 
er, roulette or throw^ dice; even 
the serious looks on the faces of 
those participating in the games 
evoked sympathy when they lost, 

Maior and Mrs. A. AndeiioB, 
Cdr. and Mrs. Jack B. Rate*, 
Lt. CoL and Mnt E. Newport, 
Mafor and Mrs. W. E. DemfaM;, 
Major and Mrs. P. W. Mclirtosfa, 
Major and Mrs. J. C. Kranoa, 
Lt Col. and Mrs. Z. V. Cordun 
and Lcdr. ud Mrs. J. H. Berry 
enoyed the floor show. (Mrs. 
Berry was at one time associated 
with the Virginia Beach radio 
station WBOF. At that time Pal 
was quite a popular single girl 
at the Beach, leaving to become 
an air line stewardess.) Other 
guests watching the floor show 
were Mr. and Mn. N. L. Med- 
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sweeney, 
Mr. and Mre. Jim Midgette and 
Mr. and Mrs. Graver Midgett. 

Mrs. Frank Henry of Rich- 
mond, your reporter's s^i^er-in- 
law, assisted in obtaining the 
names of the guests. 

Maybe some day we will 
really see Las Vegas and share 
in the fun for real. 




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Pria^a Anao WMsaa's Club at eoromoaio* hold roceotljr at tho 
Piao Troo laib Mr*. J. D. Wiltoa, oatgoiag prosidoat, lightc tiM 
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WINNERS AT COOKE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Four 
years ago he Whisf)ering Pines 
Garden Club began conducting 
an annual Litterbug Poster Con- 
test in W. T. Cooke School. TTiis 
year the firet place award of 
three dollars was won by Carol 
Strickland, a fifth grader; Rob- 
ert Ferfcl, a sixth grader won the 
second prize; and the one (tollar 
third prize by Donna Banton, an- 
other fifth grader. 

Honorable mention went to 
Etebbie Carrol, Bobby TallS- 
feno, Brian Murden, Peter 
Wales and Jean Woodward. 

Many of the posters will soon 
be on display in local store win- 
dows. 

The three judge panel con- 
sisted of two club members and 
one local artist. Mcs. C. A- 
Waller was the chairman of this 
year's contest. 

Y OFFICE OPEN 

VIRGINIA BEACH — This 
is National YWCA Week. Be- 
cause many girls and women 
who work would like to Join or 
renew their membership at this 
time, the local YWCA office, 
303 30th Street, will be open 
Friday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. 

"Membership in this world- 
wide organization makes possible 
programs and activiiies for th^ 
•cental, p(|jssi''al and spTitu-al 
development of women here and 
in 70 countries around the 
globe", says Mrs. Ha'old Kel- 
1am, one of the members of »he 
Virginia Beach Membership 
Committee. Other members are 
Mrs. Charles N. Day and Mrs. 
J. T. (joode. 




ELAINE ROOSENDAAL 

IN NAY DAY COURT 

RADFORD — Elaine Ro<»- 
endaal of 131 Byrn Brae Drive 
was among the freshmen «M 
tendants sel«rted to particifHite 
in the May Day Court starting 
April 29th on the canpos in 
Radford College. 

Marilvn Morrison of 1649 
Franklin Tpke, Danville, wffl 
reign as May Day Qu^n. 



Mi^s Claudia ©uval visited 
at the home of her grandparents, 
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Havens^, 
Edinbnr^h Drive in Birchwocxl 
pardens, during the Ea^r va- 
cation. 

Miss Duval returned to Pine- 
land College in Salembu!^, JJ.C. 

Mr. and Mrs. Titomas Smith- 
son of Ralei^, N.C, were Eas- 
ter Holicky gocMts ai th»<>0|iae of 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold DtVfe ,©f 
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A$ Why political campaign opens, with- 
M^ f«il, we can expect to hear certain 
Mr^, overused and hackneyed words and 
phrasas. They will be utilized most often by 
the opponents of the existing group in 
power, not by the IrKumbents. We brace 
ourselves for such empty words as: 
'%r^0t>''y "^witKtpation", tyrgnny", 
"heriN|»", "rnachlne^', etc. We prepare for 
spb viml-worn phrases as: "increased cost 
dl ^^WTwnent", "when will the citizens 
rMltaft . . . ", '1^ one can possibly be 
i^iinM this . . . ", "Miuch needed political 
l#iN1«rt'*, "L»f 5 return Itie government to 
^ pM^ . . ", and » many other flag- 
V|§M^^ niceties. We shudWer to think hpw 
rt^^ Hmes wn fiavi» hMfd All of this be^ 
fei#. 

Nr be ft from us to crltldse Hie oppon- 
ents 81^ ignore the pretty words So 
stico^^ to ^ livwmbents. It is only a 
nWt^ of Hn« w0 we hew.- "Your am* 
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In the political arena, tl^ opponent has 
a dacMbd advanage. He can always find 
somrthing to attadc^ even if he must twist 
tl^ record to his own end, and often em- 
pl^ ^ M^ of tdb predictions based on 
emlmil ifwughts.and dnMms, not facts. 

All of this, at last, brings us to the case 
in poftit. 

At the Qfwrmg of his cofnpw^ ^'^wwi- 
quarters, L. Chftrtes Burtage, candidate fiK 
Vfm 9M^ Senate embarked uf^m his 
*# fOf "emancipaHijn" mSt apgalrat 
ly/' but clearly «|«inst the "ma- 
He severely attacked ^Miet he calls 
"the Spoils System of Virginia Beach", atid 
it thus explained by Burlage . , , A system 
whereby the employment of Ctty iwt^jby- 
ees is based upon the extent and degree 
of their loyalty to ttw machine rather thin 
upon {Hich ihdlvidual's professional quMi- 
fioiNons. He went wi to say that this sys- 
tem promotes a soft of "cu^ of the perso- 
nairty", abolisM In Russfa, but still 
existing in Virginia Beach. 




Conrte rww, Mr. Burlage. Let us stop 
spiking in kxssely defined generalities 
and vague statements with little or no 
meanings. We suggest you name names, 
identify the specific situations, and ex- 
plain in detail the charges. It is time to clear 
the air, not continue to mqcldy up the 
issues with remarks which can only serve 
to confuse. We will welcome the investi- 
gation. 

First of all, Burlage is speaking only of 
a City issue and a matter regarding City 
Council. We would also like to hear views 
on Statewide matters, particularly since he 
Is attwnpting to gain the high office of 
State Senator. Next^ if the systern really 
rweds charging, why has MlC- Burlage not 
offei^ valid, practical and detailed sug- 
gestions? 

Furthermore, we wonder at the, qualifi- 
cations of anyone.. ^l«io can,^ in a singb 
isneem, a>mpare the city of Virginia Bead* 
with Russia. No one who can draw such 
a comparison could have much love^ for 
his home. Also, we wou leglike to see those 
comparisons explained. If all Mr. Burlage 
says is true, then how is it possilale for 
Virginia Beach to be one of the fastest 
growing areas in the State, if not io the 
Natfon? 

Burlage is seeking amendmens to the 
City Charter to do away with what he 
calls the "spoils system". This same Mr. 
lUHage served diligently on the Merger 
^ornrntttee which drew up the same City 
CHdtir in Hie first place. The vote was un- 
irtlttKitfS. The merger agreement was sut)- 
mitmd to the people. They voted on it and 
%Wf Kcepted it. Where were hhr. Bur- 
(age's Amendments at that time? It seems 
fitrw^ that he now can find faulty with 
someMiing he helped tb draw up. 

filough of this "beating about the 
Iwsh ". All we ask is for responsible cam- 
pSHining by responsible men running for 
riHponsible positions in the government of 
our State. 



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THE VUUUmA BEACH 



300 LivM Lost In 
Abandoned Rafrlgerators Sinca li4S 



Beauty Is As Beauty Diies 



Wte wish to take thii oppcNtunity to 
congratulate atvd urge on the Council of 
Cerden Clubs m ^eir efforts to beautify 
our fair gty. ThrouA j^ ^orts of these 
ptaple, the grourw^li has been laid. 
Now tt^s up to the business and civic lead- 
ers to implemiint the c^^ation. The group 
yvhich wHI catry the bulk of the work will 
be known as the Vimilfia Beach Beautifi- 
cstion Commission, fl^ commission, still 
'Embryonic staf6; will begin the sNrt- 
9$ railed up w«i laie next month. 
iVi. look for great thm^ from the commis- 
sion, and \^^ all dti^ns. fr(xn all areas 
of Virginia ftMch to cooperate, and to take 
part in the hard work tie come over the 
..c„» f^yy years. 

^Utifkation of any city is, at best a 

ask. Bejiutiflcation of such a large^ 

spread out metropolis as Virginia Beach 

is a mammoth unc^rtaking. It will require 

the pulling together of citizens from all 

Hfmt of the city, and v\dll require a civic 

interest of alt the people. Virginia Beach 

Is indeed fortunate. It has so much natural 

beauty just waiting to be developed. Our 

natural inlets, o-^ks and other waterways 

ovide the setting for so much in the way 

of beautlfication. Our roadways, and 

planr^ h<wslng and shopping subdivi- 

siorrt dt fc^ beautlfication, but the natural 

ra already there. 

noe again the city Is recognizing 

noiner "growing pain" symptom. Our 

mwth is beginnir^ to level off somewhat, 

'ouncil of Garden Clubs, as well 

less itr^ dvic leaders have 

:«j Uie need for a step toward maturl- . 

'ty adulthood. But is a step which 

d must not be treated lightly. We 

luch planning will go 

lefore anything osncrete is 

illy cafj\\or\ evvypne that 

\n,.<n\:=i Betdi does n<^ 

m of the Virginia 



Beadi borough of the city. On the con- 
trary, it means the beautlfication of the 
entire city, from border to border. The time 
is long overdue that the boroughs stop 
looking only at themselves. The time is 
here that the citizens of Virginia Beach pull 
together as a strong municipality. The suc- 
cess of the beautlfication aims can only be 
ac<x)mplished if all the boroughs do their 
part. 

We do not deny, however, that beautl- 
fication of the Virginia Beach borough is 
necessary. Indeed^it is. It is deeply neces- 
sary. Our UH^est indystry is tourism. Soon 
the tourists will be swarming into the area 
in recofi^ numbers. Great strides have been 
taken/for their comfort and enjoyment. 
But few strides have been taken to present 
to thpm a beautiful resort city. Just the 
other day, as we walk^ along the board- 
walk, we were struck by the lack cM^ aes- 
^tic beauty provi(^. V\^th only a few 
exceptions, the le^ii Ateas of the large and 
small motels drtd tioteU, have the appear- 
ance of a batren wasfeland. It is not 
necessary for us to call names of the ex- 
ceptions. Any unbiased eye can see which 
ones take pricte Ih their establishmwits arid 
hav^ nriade attempts at beauty.^ the 
others, we sug^lt the beginning!^ beau- 
tlfication. The City Is not going to pay for 
It. Nor is it up, to the new Comirnission. The 
owners nrKist begin themselves ard they 
must begin now! If Individuals begin to 
beautify and clean their own "houses", 
then and only #»ert will there be enough 
civic pride ari^ ihteiest for the new Osm- 
missioh to siJHpeed. 

We back, thfe J^orts pf the Beautif kfation 
Commission, We offer our services. We ask 
all of you in 0»is f laht city to do the same. 
But the offer of sof^port H fstA eriough. We 
murt examine our own problems, and do 
^imielhing about them. Beauty is as teauty 
dc^s. 



When discarded and abandoned, an old 
refrigerator, ice box, or home freezer may 
easily become a death trap — as lethal as a 
gas chamber — a national industry asso- 
ciation wafnf?=^— ^:^;:^^^=2==:=i-p^~^'^^ 

Old, used refrigerators -^often uiiwlt- 
tingly abandoned and discarded in base- 
ments, on back porches, and' in garages 
and iunk yards — have snuffed out^the 
lives of 302 children between the ^es of 
twQ and txyelve in the United States dur- 
ing the past 16 years— an average of 16 
children annually —utatlstics coifipiled 
the Refrigerator Service Engineers Society 
indicate. 

H. T. McDermott, International secretary 
of this world-wide, nonprofit, educational 
organization with headquarters in Chi- 
cago, 111., says that these death traps and 
their resultant tragedies could easily have 
been eliminated or avoided "if only the 
doors had been permanently removed 
when the units were discarded and aban- 
doned." 

The design of most old-style refrigera- 
tors, including many still in current use in 
homes throughout the country, McDermott 
explains, is such that "an airtight seal re- 
sults when the door is closed. Hence, a 
child can suffocate in 1 5 to 30 minutes." 

When a refrigerator or ice box has been 
discarded and abandoned, the refrigera- 
tor service association official points out, 
it becomes a potential death trap that all 
too frequently holds a fatal attraction and 
fascination for children. 

Why? "Because," he says, "it offers a 
perfect hiding placa for youngsters when 
playing hide-and-seek or provides a 
wonderful ^jail' for locking up the 'bad 
guys' when playing cops ond robbers. A 
child can hide or be locked up by his 
captors and never released until someone 
opens the door from the outside — artd 
then it may be too late." 



It is this factor, McDermott says, that 
"so easily, so quickly, so innocently trans^ 
forms the old, discarded refrigerator into 
a death chamber." - ^ 

"^-Today, all nev^HyTnanufactureih refri- 
gerators are required by law to be equip- 
ped with an inside safety release, according 
to McDermott. Nevertheless, it is estimated 
that more than 1,000,000 old units not 
equipped with such a safety device are 
retired from service annually and are 
potential death traps. ^/ "."' * ^ 

They can be eliminated only if home- 
owners and others in every community 
make certain that such refrigerators are 
made harmless by removing the doorrr™ 
.1 Throughout the country, McDermott 
said, R.S.E.S. members in 250 cities will 
gladly perform this service without cost, 
in the interest of saving a child's life, for 
anyone 'Srtre encounters trouble removing 
the door iraft da s old refrigerator or 
freezer. ^--- ,-■ - -s:;s;,sasm!m 

The R.S.E.S. ' has been wagieg vwif 
against "the menace of the abandoned re- 
frigerator" sincfe 1948. Now in its 32nd 
year, the association has more than 17,000 
members who meet regularly under the 
sponsorship of local chapters to study and 
evaluate new developments and improved 
techniques for the maintenance and service 
of domestic, commercial and industrial re- 
frigeration and air conditioning equipment. 
All nations throughout the Free World are 
represented in the society's membership. 

,So far, the abandoned refrigerator has 
not ben a death trap or even a problem at 
Virginia Beach. But with the ever-intxea^ing 
population and the ever-growing number 
of transients in the area, the problem 
could easily arise. The time 1s now — to 
consider the consequences — not wait until 
someone is killed at Virginia Beach. Re- 
member, it could happen here. / 



ObiervatlDns ov^ s lirty 
|ear peridd ^ ^Kliiiteii ekir 
littaisB raAiMT cOttrnkm km- 
dence, that the tack <rf |Mreiitel 
fuMencCj cao ruiii y(w4's 
chaiucs for a happy successhil 
future. L^ us UluMrate by of- 
fering a couple exarapln — 

We all know tfiat excessive 
fatty-^ssue can \» bighly detri- 
mental to physiqii kiilra. Few 
of us howiver, r»lize wbst It 
can do to the men^l and spirit- 
ual life of an individual. Have 
you ever wen any member ^ 
the animal kingdom, overkwded 
with excessive fatty tissue, tiiat 
wasn't a sluggish specin^n? 
Over indulgeiK:e in food, di'Ink, 
and frostings, is on^ of the surest 
ways of immobilizing an other- 
wi% dynamk personality. When 
the cravings of our "taste-buds", 
over-power our vomrols, we. 
become tl^ir slsves and fatty 
de^neration results. 

Some of the easily recogni:^ed 
resuks, are evklenced in these 
handicaps; lazy hftbits, pro- 
crasturation, flimsy excuses, lack 
of paschal pride, fading ambi- 
tion and little or no determina- 
tion. Ha^dkaps suck as thrac 
can quickly ruin the human 
spirit and tne will to win. 

Here is just one other Illustra- 
tion of the gi^it need of paf«a- 
tal vigilence and guidanoe. Bad 
tonsils and adenoids IM «^M tti 



4tm faeavi^ on phild-Mod*! 
\^B^ at a tiM wfcMi It tt 
needed most. 

CMdrea iie«l ds help of |g|id 
parents, in bdMing up a |d^ 
sturdy array erf OMtrOls, so t^ 
Uie cravings of their five sei^ 
neyo- run wild. Thejr ne^ yi- 
dkot parents, who discov« ^- 
ly, any and all physical defers, 
atti hive th«n corrwa^. 
Ed. L. Applegate 
f.O. Box 821, Sta. 2 

A^^-ginia B^ch, Va. 

__ - 

' We are so prone to register a 
fompludt when things do eot 
go to suit as and so lax in prik- 
mg when praise is due tnirt I 
consider it a privilege to be aWe 
to write a tetter of commenda- 
tion to you about your wondte*- 
ful police department. 

We had never required pa 
services of the police until l|lt 
Sunday and Moiufey wtien #a 
tod to call on yours for aid due 
to the demise, of a member of 
our family wIk) lived in Vir^iew 
B<»ch. They were most coyct- 
ative, particularly (Xfkers lL>t» 
and I^rez, thus I should like to 
congratulate tiieni and lay, 
"May tfieir tribe increase". 

Sincerely, 

Doris B. >^ite 

(Mr«. WiUiamJ^^^M. 



WHAT ma H rrr 




Newt Not9i Coah^oa la 



Order Out Of Chaos 



This Sunday chaos begins anew througti- 
out the nation. Literally millions of people 
won't know what time it is. On April 25, 
Daylight Saving Time begins for more than 
half of the nation. Approximately one 
hundred million United States citizens will 
^o on DST at that time. About 85 million 
others will remain on Standard Time, al- 
ttrau^ some of these will eventually go 
on OST at a future date this spring. 

Millions of people favor DST. Millions . 
of others strongly oppose it. And a few 
more millions don't care one way or the 
other, ^ut all of the people should be able 
to agree on one point — tiie annual coming 
of DST, under present circumstances, is 
ridiculous and is accomplnied by a welter 
of confusions. 

Sunday the mix-ups \s^\x\ for 1 965. The 
transportation services will take a deep 
breath and dig into new schedubs. The 
travelers who rely on these services will 
constantly be moving from one time belt 
to ano#ier, thus adding to the confusion, 
in some states, where local option is the, 
rule, the problem is even worse. One town 
may have DST, and another, just a jump 
away, may not. And s@ it goes in many 
fields. Radio and TV broadcasting, commu- 
nicatiwis, farming, and a list too long td 
mention all must fight the problem. 

Virginia is probably a prime example of 
c(^fuslon. fslorthern Virginia, the area 
bordering the Washington, D.C, complex, 
joins the majority of the nation this week- 
end on DST, but the rest of the State re- 
mains on Standard Time, The end of May, 



however, most of the rest pf^the State be- 
gins DST for the sgmmer months. It will 
end around Labor pay, while Northern 
Virginia wiH remain on DST until the end 
of October to keep in step with the 
majority. Of course, we must not lose 
sight of the Bristol, Virginia, area. Tennes- 
see which borders Virgi/iia at Bristol, does 
not go on DST at all, except with a few 
exceptions, where "the fast time" is volun- 
tary. So Bristol remains on Standard Time, 
and in the last session of the Virginia 
General Assembly several counties near 
Bristol were allowed to exclude themselves 
from DST. Pity the poor unwary tourist who 
does not know the complexities of DST in 
Virginia. 

In the past several sessions of Congress, 
bills have beeh Introduced which would 
at least make DST or Standard Time uni- 
form, but these bills have somehow never 
found their way to the Floor. The bills are 
now buried in committee at this sessicHi of 
Congress, but we hope they will reach the 
House and Senate soony in a last ditch 
attempt to bring some order out of this 
chaos. There is increased interest in the 
efforts<of a group known as^the Committee 
for Time Uniformity. It has the distin- 
guished support of many industries, varied' 
organizations, and government agenci«, 
as well as individuals. We only want to 
see some uniformity in time, whether it 
be DST or ST. And we Hope the matter can 
be settled for once and for all this year. 
There is enough chaos with9ut wondering 
v/hat time it is. 



'WE WILL BURY YOU' 

BVLT. EARLEtHM-E 
NASOCBANA 
. UTILITY SQUADRON FOUR j_ 
(Second in a %ries on Commimimi |o be published each we^) 

SEAIII[» rtHtntEEDOivt 

Tlie latlretic yearning of Jhe Russian people b l>e set free 
from the cruel bondage that had held them captive for centuries 
spawned couiltle^s political ideologies. Three seimrate and distinct 
wlitical groups, however, emerged to agitate for freedom: the 
Slavophiles, the l^tberals, and the Radicals. 

The Slavophiles ottphj^izcd a conservative, gradual evolution. 
They were in favor of emancipating the serfs but completely re- 
jected any tiiought of a written cbnstitution. The Liberals strongly 
favored a form of government tliat closely paralleled constitutional 
democracy and were hopeful of forming 4 free cohsAilutional as- 
sembly. The Radicals, some of whom were eventually to turn to 
the teachings of Karl Marx, believed that society nmst closely 
align itself with Hie doctrines of pure science and reason ; traditional 
institutions had to be destroyed if they hindered the "free develop- 
ment of the individual personality" in its search fot a pure social 
order. 

Tsar Nicholas II, however, continued his policies of repression 
and persecution, adding fud to these already smoWering fires of 
revolt, - 

With the historical se«je thus set, communism made its en- 
traiice onto the world stage. The founders of jfkiarxistn in Russia, 
George Plekhanov, Vera Zasulich, and Paul Axelrod, looked to the 
newly emerging industrial working class as the main ihstrument 
with which to achieve "poHticaland social progress." In 1898 the 
Social l>emocratic Party which was to split into two factions five 
years later, the Bolslievilis (majority) and the Mensheviks (minor- 
ity). 

Nikolai Lenin, the leader of the Bolsheviks, demanded that 
member.ship in the |>arty should be limited to those who would 
submit to rigid jjarty discipline, while the Mensheviks were wiBing 
to admit anyone who supix)rted iht party's general program. The 
Mensheviks concentafted on the achieveujent of political freed(^n 
and practical social reforms. ' • ' 

Lenin, for his part, insisted that the "dictatorship of the 
proletariet" would give tte pwpte greater political frrtAjm i^mi 
they enjoyed under "bourgeois democracy." This boast et^^led 
Lenin to gain the support of a refcitively large segmentof the i»rk- 
ing class who came to believe that lie stood for n«Srefre«douj^ian 
did his democratic opponents. 

This "greater freedom" of which Lenin spoke was to be f^r^d 
into chains of slavery more oppresive than the Kussian peopje ^d 
ever kitown. LimiH Vvas to Sty lilW-. "It is irvk, litehy is 
bo.pt%t»3us that it ujuat be rttioodi," 





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ERALS 



MttS. IDA FRKX 

VmOINIA BEACH — Mrs. 

Ida May WHcox Price, 77, of 
215 70th Str«t, died in a local 
tospital Friday at 4:05 a.ni. 
after a short il^as, 

A native <rf St. JcAnsbury, 
Vermcmt, ^e was a daughter of 
the late Willis C. and Mrs. 
Mary Cotter Wik»x aad tlw 
wife of William T. R. Price. She 
was a member of the Association 
for Re^rch and Enlightenment 
and ha«Kbeen living in Virginia 
Beach for the past 6 yean. She 
vras a graduate of Hunter Col- 
tege, NY., Class of 1909, had 
taught in the New York Public 
SdMols for 9 years and was 
associated with the Scarborough 
(N.Y.) Private School for 25 
years. She worked with the New 
York Light House for the Blind 
as a volunt^r for over 20 years. 

Besides her husband, she is 
turviv«l by two sons, Wym R. 
Price and David G. Price, both 
of Virginia Beach; two brothers, 
Morris Wilcoji and Charles Wil- 
cox, both of Burlington, Ver- 
mont; one sister. Miss Mabel 
Wilcox of Georgevilte, Quebec, 
Canada; and 9 grandchildren. 

The body was removed to die 
Maestas Furjeral Home. Silent 
Meditatbn was held Sunday at 
4:30 p.m.Nat die Association for 



Research and Enlightenment. 
Private funeral services were 
c^mlwted. 



Jane Edimndson 



Queen 



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THE KEEP 
Hllt^lCAL SOOCTY 
Of PRINCESS ANNE 

COUNTY 



VII^iMa BEACN %bH, fhursday, April 22, 1965 



Historic hriefs about the area 
now known as Virgmia Beach. 

Acreage <tf 41 small landowner 
sandw'iched between' two of the 
greatest land grants in the early 
days of fliis area rixiulred clear- 
ly defin^ boundary lines. Wit- 
ness this record of Thomas 
Todd's patent dated May .12, 
1638: "Being a neck of Ijmd 
lying up the back creek called 
the Little Creek between the 
plantations of Capt. Adam Thor- 
oughgood and Captain TJiomas 
Willoughby, about a mile up the 
Creek on the West side, North 
Easterly above an Indian field 
About the space of a mile, said 
field having a" fresh water pond 
joyning upon it.'' Thomas and 
his wife Elizabeth evidently 
made themselves well-accepted 
for, in 1640, we find Todd's 
name among the vestry of the 
newly constructed church at 
Lynnhaven. Odier "Gentlemen" 
who were vestrymen at that date 
were Edward Windham, Henry 
Woodhouse, John Straton, Bar- 
tholomew Hfwkins, Christopher 
Burroughs, Thomas Bullock. 
Still others of this first vestry 
were Thomas Keeling, Thon^as 
Causcmne, Robert Hayes, John 
Lanckfield. Adam Thorough- 
good was dead, Thomas Wil- 
loughby was with the church at 
Sewell's Point.' 



PERSOHAL 
APPEARANCE 

Pic'i 3hl Citanm 

325 Utkin Road 

Opposite Colonial Strn'O, 

GA 8-2801 





i HUHIH t I 



VA. BEWM / ARACWIA / MVSIBI 



VDRCrNIA BEACH — Miss 
Jane Edmondson, daughter of 
Mr. and Mn>. Oscar T. Edmotod- 
s«i, was nam^ Queen of the 
Y-Teen Ball held April 9 at the 
Bow Creek Country Club. 

Selected as tlK outstanding 
Y-Teen member for poise and 
ability. Miss Edmond<>(Hi of Cox 
High School and the Amicitia 
Club, was attended by the six 
other outstanding Y-Teen mem- 
bers who were Ann Jones of 
Virgiaia Beiu:h High Senior Y- 
Teens; Patty Cox of Cox High 
and Sigma Chi Sigma; Diane 
Morttz of Kellam Hig^ Y-Teens; 
Beth Jones of Virginia Beach 
High Junior Y-Teens; Mary 
Crocker of Princess Anne High 
Y-Teens; and Robin Kimbrcl of 
Kempsville Junior High Y- 
T<«ns. 

Tlte BaU, using the Mardi 
Gras theme, was chairmanned by 
Miss NaiKy Holland of Cox Hi^ 
aiui Amicitia Y-Teens. Music 
was ptayed by the "Jay-Walk- 
ers". Hie Y-Tfen Cwnmlttiee^ 
were ihs chape;ioaes. 

Miss Edmondson wUl keep her 
crown for a month, after which 
it will return to its satin-lined 
box to await next year's queen. 



YB ACTORS III PUY 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Three 
Virginia Beach residents will be 
featured in the Norfolk Little 
Theatre's presentation of Jerome 
Kern's "Roberta", May 14-22. 

Ron Kessler of 2520 Haven 
Road will play the i«rt of Huck, 
a bandleader. A Russiaii-in-e,xile 
will be }x>rtraye<l by John CTies- 
ter of 1924 Sunrise Street and 
Mrs. J. A. Trapp of 2935 North 
Lynohavea Rd. has a supporting 

Musicat MgMtgltrs of "Rober- 
ta" include the ixjrennial favor- 
ites "Smoke Gets In ^'our 
Eyes", "Yesterday.s," "Tlie 
Touch ot Your Hand" and 
"Lovely to Look At." 

Jon Dawson is director of the 
Norfolk Little Theatre, "Bruce 
Roberts is the musical director 
and Gene Annarino is the cho- 
reographer. 

AllONii SELECT 12 

NORTHANfPTON, Mass. — 
Miss Karen Kuntz, daughter of 
Captain and Mrs. William E. 
Kuntz, Five Forks Road, Vir- 
ginia Beach, is one of twelve 
Smith College juniors that have 
been selected from a large num- 
ber of applicants to serve in Con- 
gressional offices and federal 
agencies this summer, as mem- 
bers of the fifth Smith Summer 
Internship Program in Wash- 
ington. 

The purpose of the Washing- 
ton Program is to offer these stu- 
dents some practical experience 
in government and to expose 
them to people in government, 
from congregational to cabinet 
members. Under this program, 
each will work and study for 12 
weeks this summer in a Wash- 
ington office and will participate 
in a series of special seminars 
with Washington .political and 
iufaiunistrative notables. 




Captkin Brcnda Vfard hol«U Ik* trophy won by tha local drill toan. M«inb«n of ^ traw 
pictiir«4 arc: Oahkia Hnghaa, KatlMria Gol4*n, Choryl Baba, GMtrgia Babo, Saatfy QraiiMn, DM^ 
Lonbardo, Gayk Owaiia, Dabbi* Fox, Diane Bruc«, Saxaana Soapat, Pat Muaro, Sbar^l SmI^ l^sb 
LiUay, Lenda Baar4, Unda Howard, Bocky Spargoi (co-captaim«) and Batty Harvay. 

LOCAL DRILL TEAM IS WtllireK 



By Mae Tippo 

VIRGINIA BEACH — At a 

recem drill team competition 
held in EUicott City, Md. tbe 
eighteen giris of the Bethd 42, 
International Order of, Job's 
Daughters, Kempsville, Virginia 
Beach won the trophy award. 
The girls won over 11 teams 
from Virginia, Maryland and 
Washington, D.C Captain Bren- 
da Ward and Co-Captain Becky 
Spargos of Virginia Beach ac- 
cept^ the Tro|rf»y. 

This unit was organized in the 
fall of 1963 as a parade group 
to participate in the Oyster Bo\yl 
Parade and Festivities of that 
year. The unit consisted of some 
forty or forty-five giris ranging 
in age from 13-17 years. Alf 
the members were and are now 
required tq be a member^ 
Bethel 42. 

In response to many requests 
and genuine enthusiasm on the 
part of many of its members to 
field a competition drill team, 
stich a team was organized and 



16 JOIN CHAMBER 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Si.x- 
teen new members joined the Vir- 
ginia Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce during March. 

The new businesses, and mem- 
bers who brought theni in, in- 
clude: Checkered Flag Motor 
Car Co., Mrs. Addie Sykes; 
Marina Motor Apts., Joe Cross- 
white; Burrow - Martin Drug 
Store, Mrs. Barbara Simiele; 
Merkle Bureau of Investigation 
and Cavalier Texaco, John Mad- 
dox; Olympic B^staurant and 
King of the Sea, Michael Sav- 
vides; Davis & Lee, Bob Stanton; 
Lake Wright Motor Lodge, Mrs. 
Lucy Trafton; Welch Pilex Driv- 
ing Corp., Harold Kellam; Fran- 
cis I. DuPont & Co., Harry Gard; 
and Empress Motel, Virginia 
Beach Printers, Bonney Motor 
Express and Princess Anne 
Marine, Inc., Albin R. Mailhes, 
executive vice president of the 
chamber. 



started training in the early part 
of 1964. 

Preseitt DrMl Captain Miss 
Brenda Ward lias been a guiding 
star since the ^art of this unit. 
Co-Captain is Miss ii^.a|wr- 
get ^f^^ has been a ^ifent 
worker from" ^ beginning, fcth 
of these young ladies are stu- 
dents at Prin^^ Anne Hi^ 



CADET CITED 

ROSWELL, N.M. — Roswell, 
N.M, Headquarters, New Mex- 
ico Military Institute announces 
the placement of cadet Patrick 
S. McQuilkin on the Dean's List 
for having earned an academic 
grade point of 3.0 or better on 
a grade score of 4.0. Cadet Mc- 
Quilkin is a fourth classman 
(high school junior) at NMMI 
and lias studied there since 
Fall 1964. 

Pat is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Wtlltam R. McQuilkin residii^ 
at 305 46th St. Virginia Beach, 
Vii^inia. 



TRAILER ENTERED 

BAYSBDE — A trailer at 
Ward Mobile Horaes^ 5669 Shell 
Rc^ was bipken into FrKlay, 
potfee said, and a $90 television 
set, a'^ $40 camera and $40 in 
cash were reported tnissing. 

E0ry was made by brewing 
a 'mm&ii. dfficir A. D. ffcrf- 
derson responded and Detective 
Dick ^i%l}t IS jiiv«stigaUa|. 



COMPLETE COURSE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Dr. 

William Y. Garrett, director of 
the Chesapeake and Virginia 
Health Department, announced 
recently that John W. Crafton, 
F. "Thompson Chapman, Wil- 
liam L. Pierce and Richard D. 
Youiikman, sanitarians with ths 
local health department have 
completed a training course In 
the technical aspects of food 
sanitalfion. 

Dr. Garrett stated that the 
purpose of the training course 
is not orily to aid ibt health de- 
partmeift sanitarians with the in- 
terpretation of the newly adopt- 
ed food rules and regulations, bnt 
alsQ to acquaint the sanitarian 
with inoaerti developments m 
food t;xhnology for use in sus- 
l^iiing high food stai^ttftfc »n 
V%ginia's restaurant industry. 



IN HONORARY Sp^ 

MADISON, W». — Karen L. 

Anderson, 4644 Thoroughgood, 
Virginia Beach, Virguia, is 
among the more than 450 wom- 
en students wh(»e high scholiui- 
tic standing made them ^gible 
to attend the recent Ifonors 
luncheon sponsored for them by 
Associated Women StudMts or- 
ganization and Sigma ^xUon 
Sigma, national honorary so- 
ciety for fi%shm^ wcMfiea at 
the University <rf Wiscowfai. 

The honorable w(Mnen att 
maintained a 3.000 w better 
^ade point (Hit of a {Kjsslble 
4.000 perfect average in thw 
studies during their first semes- 
ter at the State University. Sig- 
ma Epsilon Sigma is one <rf 34 
national honorary grou|Mi which 
have* chapters cm me UW cam- 
puses and which h(Mior Modents 
for their outst^ding work and 
aid them in their ^luatknial 
and (Kofessional training. 



A TOP STUDENT 

CHARLOTTESVILLEr-John 
Henderson, son of Mr. an^ Mis. 
Robert Henderson of 532 Witch 
Duck Road, is one of 27 studeiMs 
in the University of Vit|;inla's 
School of Architecture to be 
cited for outstanding academic 
achievement during the fall 
semester. 



Sdiool. . i 

Charles H. Ifoward, fc i$m 
present Assocttte Cioai^ft <A 
Bethel 42 has been tk«i^ tiritt 
Instructor since the driH t»m 
difanized and was with ^ Ma- 
A&tn m drill imtmetOT. fie » 
now assistwl by the Diitotor o! 
Patrol, Curtk Twiford. 

The judges for tte drill <»m- 
petition were members of tte 
Presidemial H<mor Guard ^ tJie 
United States Army Dritt %Mn. 
Hi^e men aoe knwn ^^ m 
tile Honor Qvas^ td d» TiMib 
ol the Unknown Sol<ya-.' 

Ponible maximum in pcMOts 
was 100. Bethel 42's final seore 
was 96.1. T1» }U(^ wtte in- 
structed to be critteal and kMigh 
on scoring, however, Be^t 42 
went dirougfa wWiout one d^> 
merit. 

The girls have been invited to 
mardi in the Intematiootd 
Azalea Festival dus &tim)hy. 
They have the honor of dttl^ 
ing betofe the Kh«iive l^iii^ 
in Ais i»rade. 

iiie Ouanfa^of Be^t At n 
Mrs. Delbert iVliiMtim tA 
Carol Anne FaiiBS. 

In Augnstthi girls are |i|^ 
to go lb Chlcafo aod pwl^ate 
in the Supreme Sessrao wiMe 
they wiH compete «^» drtti 
teams from idl jwitt M tbe 
United States 

Tlw girh are h(^i^ to at- 
tend this event and wdl N v^- 
ii^ all summer towud dor 
goal of eanas^ , QiqHi^ jvoney 
tor transpoftitticMi aad hd^l ex- 

To this tsA, tlKy wet J^^ 
doorbells in tie c% cif V^jpvJa 
Bea(A aeUii^; candy, nyloii 4ikI 
other items, aad vrMi ^ to- 
operaticn of die r^i^nts^ 0iis 
area it h hogp^ idsm cjiJi^iBgn 
will come tt) a sacofesfttf in- 
clusion. 




iIbminc classes 



VIRiQINIA BEACH — Red 
Cross Seiitor Life Saving classes 
start tonight from 7 to 10 p.m. 
at the Cavalier pool. The chssra 
will run for six sessions. A small 
pool fee is charged but the Red 
Cross ifistfuctteh is ff«. 

•Registration must be made at 
tbe Red Croba office. 



Making plans for tin Ooquina Ball are Mrs. Tom 
Cleft), president of the sponsoring Chcle, and Mn. I. L. \ 
Jr., general chairman of the ball. 

(Staff Photo by FUUps) 

Coquina lall Mi)f f 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Owarisitfe Circle ctf King's 
Daughter's will holi^, its s^o^, 
"Coquina Ball" on May 1 in ffltf 
Cavalier Ballroom. 

the ccH^piioa is on«, cl the 
smaller shells found on tU w^ 
of Virginia Beadi and ilyfei^- 
izes the batnis ind children 
cared for in the K^'s ^v^ 
ter's C^ldren's ttospi^ to Ntf- 
folk. Ttesc small folk ate the 
ones to benefit from -tiUs aomiM 
bl^k tie affair. 

As it was last year, the Ax»r- 
atioi theme for the ^ t M 
wiH be rertied ^ ^ i^m 
wUdi is sQ mtKh a fwt oi tbe 
daily lives oi tte vmkx^ oi 



this area, 

Mrs. H. T. Rose is pce^^t 
of Qceansi^ j(;^^ aod'^le 
a daac^ cMoalttt^ has ' 
ix>i^^ alt tf^nty-^K lu^^i^ 
of the Ci«;!e flB^ act^^ ^^ac 
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Mi4 Fr«4 Bowviaa. 



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Hsketball 
6haii|is 

VHIGINIA BEACH — The 
ITT Giants won the Virginia 
i»)i;4..0Mfler 1^^^ fii^ket- 
btttChan^Nomhip <m March 22, 
«i^ a rousing 44-13 victory 
ow^ dM Bayside Baptist Church. 

*At the end of the regular sn- 
,1^ Gkntt Mid the Baptitts 
tied for (he league lead 
'S^i teeovto. The Baptists 
Td^eated fte Giants io rcgu- 
l a ^ a tsc M i^y l^ a 34-2S win. 
bK^ «toi-Bnal. playoffs, the 

fCKaate downed the Virginia 
b Cwivalcsccnts 46 to 33, 
Ate teyside Baptists eked 
etf^ 30 to 27 win over the 

their b<^ ball|-lwidling, 
ing, and s1»oting exhi- 
ot the %aspn, ^ Giants 
to « iftst quarts lead 
ttt a some trf 16-6. The Bap- 
t^^i^lt^ m tte a«»Bd quar- 
iB^iMb tec dl^Bflsnc pta^awr 
nM0wed tMr hiUI floie deficit 
fe^ II count (rf ll-ll. , 

1^ Gteatt dmnnialed the 
lilbaA Mf of «he contest as 
4i|f 4emoMtti^d tMr defen- 
tiw and off^ve skHte. Tlwy 
4Mnned Mir ^ponom by a 
f ^'ID t fli^fai tai ne ttird quar- 
ter ^al4 took a o^unaiMSsng 32- 

iEn tts tod attttn, Ac Oi«iU* 
cffliiltowd IP they 

ibe BftjidMs l» 12 «> 

flna aoori <rf 44-13. The 

iMifd ocotrot, t^in 

«d MOdflg iMH^, aup- 

' % a fine iwerve bcsM^, 

Ae Giants to ca|rture 

champkmdup. 

Bob HuffMM», a tower 
on board <»ntrol all 
the scoclng wkh 18 
palMs Coot hustler BnK% Mc- 
Aifiiiir contributed 8 points. 
"Htet-in-lhfr-fou] ztm'' M Sbef- 
fiepi scored 7 fib^m. Hmag 
Jottp Reynolds iaakid 7 pointe 
mSaUyetiCotA/^^^i^^ John 
HopMQ coiitiibuted 4 poinu, 
tlie reserve bench ooM^ed of 
Fr4i|jl Bowman, Mil» Mattino, 
HA-'Seale, and Don Worley. 
cam members who were n(« 
pnjpsit. but who omtribuled 
ft«ilnrably during Ae seasba 
areSfonty OeWolfe, BUi Cpea, 
M^ai Don MacOMtwIl. 

tlw ovw-aH season rttxwd, in- 
dnlfng eidnbhion, levant, and 
pl^fcpff participation, was 10 
«S^ ud one loss. 

Typical of all Gunts' games 
1IWW tbe total team effort, en- 
d«9Ra^ and drive &v victory, 
dp9«Nion of the team, ami a Ttm 
of ^ycrs tad Aetr capa- 
Thcse qualities pro- 
a well-eoorcfinattsd, {»o> 

St eflott whfc* improved 
eadt contest during the 
n. 



NICKLAUS HERE FOR 
•CLAUDE KING DAY' 



VIR(]INIA BKACH ~ Mon- 
day, May 3 1st will be "Claude 
King Day" at Virginia Be^ch 
and 'OW"Tifg!TTBi Btsach = Sjurts 
Club is busy planning for the 
event. Jack Xicklans, the 1%5 
Masters winner will be the guest 
touring pro who will meet our 
CHaude King in a head to head 
match at the Cavafier Golf and 
Vacht Oub. Joining the two 
otitstamling^ touring pros will be 
two young amateurs, Bill Kellam, 
and Les Watson, presently the 
Princess Anne Club Champion. 
The festivities will get underway. 



BOATS MUST 





- RICHMOND — With the 
advent, 9I the s^i^ boating 
seasbH, tffe Urge to buy and swap 
bpats becomes very pronounced 
in Virginia marine circles. Fre- 
quently, the urge to try out a 
newly-acqnired outfit becomes 
90 strong that the happy «wnec 
sneaks the unnumbered craft to 
a nearby botly of water and i.s 
shortly presented witH a sum- 
mons to court for operating an 
unnumbered craft on Virginia 
waters. 

All boats using 10 or more 
horsepower must display a regis- 
tration number when operated on 
Virginia waters. Even un^regis- 
tered boats being demonstrate! 
by a dealer must display that 
dealer's number. Normally, it 
takes from 3 to S days from date 
of application to receive a nupi- 
ber and tcit^rary certificate by 
mail. A faster method is available 
to those who cannot wait this 
hng. 

To obtain boat numbers by 
wirfe, fill out the "Application 
for Certificate of Niunber" and 
mail it to the Boat Registratiorr 
Section, Commission of Game 
and Inland Fisheries, Box 1642, 
Richmond, without enclosing the 
$5 fee. Next, wire tlw $5 fee 
[Jus special delivery or wire fee 
to tiie Boat Registration Section, 
Commission of Game and Inland 
Fisheries, 7 North 2nd Street. 
Richmond, along with the own- 
er's name, address and a state- 
ment that a proper application 
has besn mailed. A number will 
be assigned and wired or mailed 
by special delivery to the owner. 
Upon receipt of this number, the 
bcKit owner iriay attach the num- 
ber to his boat and use tlie cer- 
tificate of number or acknowl- 
edgement wj*«--ns verification 
until his refe^ar plastic certifi- 
cate arrives\Wifh good conn»H-- 
tions a boat nHy be numbere<l in 
this manner on Friday for use 
an Saturday. 



followed by an 18 hole match 
between the team of Claude 
King and Les Watsoti vs. Jack 
Nicklaus and Zack Clement. 

The chairnmn of the event 
William J. Dckker anfl Fletcher 
Bryant have ann<Ktnee<l that only 
a limited number of tickets will 
be sold and that atlvancerl .sales 
have been very brisk. A(l\-anced 
tickets;are priced at $4 each, and 
at $6 tbe day of the event. 
Advanced tickets can be pur- 
chased at all gr»ff shops in the 
Virginia Beach, Norfolk and 
Portsmouth area. In addition, 
tickets arc on sale at the Vir- 
ginia National Bank, Virginia, 
Beach. .AlexMider Beagles, and 
Tlte Clothinu Chest on Laskin 
Road. Barr Mason Drug on 17th 
Street, Prices in Hilltt^ ^^| 
from members of the sports club. 
Persons desiring tickets may 
also mail checks to "Oaude King 
Day", Box 299, Virginia Beach. 

All profits'! Kim the event will 
be used to set up a scholarship 
fund for needv atldetes in the 
City of Virginia Beach. 



at 1 :00 p.m. with Jack Nicklaus 
giving a clinic on the various 
clubs and their uses under diffi- 
iCttttr si t a aT ior isr-Tbrdtminv W k - 1 r atio n r of Women's Clubs Con- 



OCEAN PARK 
WOMAN'S CLUB 

BAYSinn — The Ocean 
Park Woman V Club met last 
Wednesday, at 12:30 p.m. in 
the Club Room of the Cfcean 
Park Fire Station with the presi- 
dent, Mrs. J. Lawrence Eley, 
presiding. * 

Guest speaker for the meeting 
was Charles Burlage, candidate 
for the Virginia House of Dsle- 
gates. He talked on the need few 
increa.sed education in the State. 
The need for "Tra^ School" 
which would take care of some 
of ^hc school "drop-outs." Ac- 
cording to Burlage "Virginians 
ars going to demand education 
second to none; irgardtess of 
race,|-eligion, or creed" He also 
stressed th3 needs of ad3quate 
salaries for' qualified teachers. 

Mrs. Odell Tiller, had some of 
her Brownie Scouts, Girl Scouts 
and Junior Scouts on hand to 
give a demonstration on Indian 
Lore. The young people gave an 
interpretation of an Indian dance 
and chanted "Hiawatha". 

Miss Nancy Caldwell, college 
student, home on vacation, was 
guest soloist. She sang "Eternal 
Life" and "The greatest of Thcsj 
Is Love." She is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Caldwell 
of Thoroughgood. She was ac- 
companied on the piano by Miss 
Janet Twiford. 

The club voted to send their 
first vice president, , Mrs. John 
J. Carroll to the Virginia Fcde- 



EXCEPTIONAL CHILD 
CONFERENCE SET 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A i his M.A. from Teachers College, 
"Conference on -the ExcepricMual and his Ph. D. from New York 
Oilld", designed to assist in the University. He began his profm- 



GOLF OFFERED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — At- 
tention ALL Virginia Beach City 
School students — the Recreation 
Department with the coopera- 
tk>n of Clarence Underwood, 
gdlf professional and manager of 
the Stumpy Lake Golf Course, 
wishes to announce that Virginia 
Bea(A students wishing to learn 
«»olf mav play at Stumi^v Lake 
Golf Course each afternoon 
(after clas.ses) at a Recreatbn 
discount price of one-dollar. 

This is offered daily Monday 
thru Friday < p.m. to dark for 
two weeks, April 26 - Mav 7th, 
(no holidavs or weekends). The 
program is ' offered to allow 
more boys and girls to take ad- 
vantage of the OT>portunities to 
engage in a physical fitness car- 
ry over sport. 

$1,000 BURGLARV 

BAYSIDE — About $1,000 
in cash wa^ taken f»"om the 
offices of Doctors William T. 
lohnson and Cl»rance A. Hol- 
land. 2012 Pleasure House 
Ro'd. sometime Fridav nicdit. 

Police s^id the building was 
entered by prving open a rear 
door. The money was in a small 
safe concealed in a cabinet and 
the safe door had been pried 
open. 

Officer A. D. Henderson re- 
sDonded. S^. D. J. Craig and 
Detective R. L. Basnigbt are in- 
vesti^ting. ♦ 



vention which will be held Afjril 
27-29 at Hotel Roanoke, in 
Roanoke, Va. 

CHURCHMEN'S RAL^^ 

BAYSIDE — The "Church- 
mens' 'Rally' will be held next 
Sunday afternoon, at Baysit^* 
C^ristiian Church beginning at 
5:00 p.m. Tha "Rally" will in- 
clude members of the Congre- 
ga^onal-Christian Churches from 
the Tidewater area. The Wom- 
en Fellows'hip of the church, 
will serve dinner in the evening 
lO approximately 250 persons^. 

Due to the "Rally" the Youth 
Ffillowship of .the Bayside Chris- 
tian Church will* not meet next 
Sunday night. _ 

The Carol afllR^ffi^fChoirs 
of the church will rehearse to- 
night from 7 until 8 p.m. instead 
of Saturday as repkfly sche- 
duled. 

Circle No. 3 met Tuesday 
night, at the home of Mrs. Janie 
Fox, on Lake Bradford Drive. 



preparation of teachers, super- 
v»ors, and guidance personnel 
for work with the mentally re- 
tarded and with the gifted, spon- 
sored by Old Dwninion College, 
Norfolk, Virginia will be held 
at the Martha Washington Hotel 
here, June 13-30. 

Dr. Karl C. Gairison, professor 
of educational psychology at the 
University of Georgia, a nation- 
ally recogn^ed authority on the 
exceptional child will instruct the 
course, "Education of the 
Mentally Retarded" which will 
carry three semester hours credit 
at the graduate or under graduate 
level. It will deal primarily with 
general subject matter suitable 
for the various strata of mental 
retardation; identifickion of 
problems of the mentally retard- 
ed; and the ty|Ks of training that 
can be effectively used in the 
curriculum including both aca- 
demic subjects and creative arts 
and crafts. 

Dr. Garrison received his B.S. 
and Ph. D. degrees from George 
Peabody College and his M.S. 
degree from the University of 
NcM-th 'Carolina. He has instruct- 
ed at George Peabody College, 
N.C. State College, Teachers Col-^ 
lege of Connecticut, Georgia 
State College for Women and 
State Teachers College, Frost- 
burg, Maryland. He is the au» 
thor of eleyen textbooks and 
numerous Articles. His m(Kt re- 
cent book is "The Psychology oi 
Exceptional Children", Fourth 
Edition, 1965 



si<»al car^r as a psychiatric 
case worker aind psychologist for 
the Child Guidance Clinic. Since 
1953, he has been a lecturer on 
the »diH:»ti(Ni of the gifted and 
is a fellow in ihe American |My- 
chokogical Associ»ti<Mi. From 
1961-63, he served as director 
of the Gifted Oiild Project for 
the New York City Board of 
Education. 

. Officials from the Virginia 
&ate Department of Education. 
U.S. Office of Education, School 
Divisions; and the staff of ODC 
will lead seminars and present 
speciaj' programs. A library has 
been arranged for the use of 
conference participants. < 

Hie conference, planned by 
Dr. Ruth Harrell, chairman, 
ODC department of Psychology 
and Dr. Franklin Ross Jones, 
dean, ODC school of education 
will open with a public meeting, 
June 13 at 8 p.m. at the First 
Methodist Church of Virginia 
Beach with addresses on the edu- 
cation of the mentally retarded 
and the gifted. 

Acklitional informatksn and 
applications may be obtained by 
writing Dr. Jones at Old Dom- 
tott College, 



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Ed. D. from Columbia Univers 
Mrs. Irene Smith is flw circle fity. He has taught in the New 



leader. 

Circle No. i met Tuesday 
night, at the home of Nfrs. J. A. 
Bibia, Greenwell Road. Mrs. 
Earl Farrell is the circle leader. 

BAYSIDE — The ladies 
circles of Baylake Methodist 
Church arc meeting this week as 
follows: The Beth Connelly Cir- 
cle met Tuesday, at 10:00 a.m. 
at the home of Mrs. C. E. Mor- 
risette in Thwoug}y|ood. Tl* 
Doris Bartlett Circle met at noon 
Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. 
D. M. Whkaker, Kings Grant. 
The Wesleyan Service Guild met 
Tuesday night at 8:00 p.m. with 
Mrs. M. T. Darden, Bayville 
Park. The Ruth Reynolds Circle 
also met Tuesday night at 8:00 
p.m. with Mrs. H. H. Kruckle, 
Bradford Acres. 



MOTEL THEFT 

KEMPSVILLE — A Ken- 
tucky man has told Virginia 
Beach Police his motel room 
was entered and about $555 
worth of clothing and other items 
are reported missing. 

K. R. Burchett of I^ouisville 
said his room at the Holiday Inn 
Motel on Military Highway was 
entered while he was out. There 
was no evidence of forced entry, 
police said. Missing items in- 
cluded a $450 camera and a 
$150 cashmere coat and several 
smaller articles. 

Officer L. L. Thompson re- 
sponded to the call and Detec- 
tive G. F. Roberts is investi- 
gating. 



Two Hunter College profest 
sors. Dr. Milton J. Gold, deputy 
to the director of teacher educa- 
tion, and Dr. Philip E. Kraus,^. 
coordinator of campus sdwols, 
will be instructors for "Educa* 
tion of the Gifted Child." The 
three semester hour graduate 
course will cover ways to identify 
the gifted; the nature and needs 
of Ac gifted; the necessity for 
differentiated curriculum; teach- 
ing methods and eommon ele- 
ments of a good pix^am; and a 
review of the types of existing 
programs. 

Dr. Gold received his B.A. 
degree from City College of New 
York, and both his M.A. and 



Horse Racing Comes To Virginia Beach 




York Qty high schools and at 
New York University find has 
been director of curriculum for 
the State Department of Educa- 
tion in Olympia, Washington. He 
was editor of the Washiiigt<ra 
State Curriculum Journal from 
1948-56. He is the autiior of a 
number of articles on curriculum 
development, secondary educa- 
tion, and the use of TV in edu- 
cation. His most recently pub- 
lished work is "Education of the 
Intellectually Gifted." 

Dr. Kraus received his B.A. 
from City College of New York; 

DEDICATION SUNDAY 

"" ROB£RT C. RENfRO 

BAYSIDE — The Bayside 
Baptist <x>ngregation is placing 
a week of special services begin- 
ning Sunday morning, at 11:00 
a.m. with thfe dedication of their 
new Sanctuary and Sunday 
School building. Dr. R. E. Alley, 
of Richmond, editor of the Relig- 
ious Herald, a Baptist newspaper, 
will be guest speaker. Other 
special guests will be Larry 
Marshall, Bayside Burough re- 
presentative on the Virginia 
Beach City Council; John Har- 
vey, Minisiter of Education of 
Norview Baptist Church; Dr. 
John A. Brown, Executive 
Secretary of the Norfolk Baptist 
Association. « Rev. James V. 
De Foe is pastor of the church. 

Beginning next Sunday ni^t 
and continuing through May 2 
the church will hold a week of 
'Revival Services." Th6 ^rvice 
will begin each evening at 7:30 
p.m. except Saturday night. Serv- 
ices will also be held Tuesday 
through Friday at 10:00 a.m. 

Dr. iRobert L. Orr, of Dyers- 
burg, Tennessee will be guest 
preacher for the Revival Service 
Robert C. Renfro, First Baptist 
Oiurch, Charlottesville, will be 
leader of music. 



NOTICE 

This is to notify the public that 
the undersigned, trading as D&M 
Corp, will within ten days after 
publication of this notice apply 
to the Virginia State Alcoholic 
j Beverage Control Board for a 
license to sell beer and wine for 
off premises consumption. 

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— T/A D&M CORP. -rrr^ 

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B^ DOR,I.^PADRICK . 

Proud horses graiing on greip fields under a soft blue sky 
are one of the first picture, conjifted up in the mind when the 
FARMS ^^"'* " n«"tion«l- Th,t picture is true at ALDO 

On the bftck road going south ffrom Undon Bridge, the 
Navys Oceana, Master Jet Base on o^ ^de of the roa.1 is in 
sharp contrast to the peaceful scenes behi.^ the white corral fences 
on the other side. At onetime much of what is the Naval Air 
.Manon was a part of ALDO FARMS, and the captain's hous. 
was once the famdy home. Time and territ6rial acreage change 
but the beauty of high-spirited horses renain constant. 

The section of ALDO FARM.S where thfe thordughbted race 
horses are bred, rai.sed, and trained is no longer the Taylor family 
home. Tl,e wdl-kei>t oh! country farm house is occupied by Tyl«^ 
Wilson and his family, and it is his duty as car«taker to manage 
the fann and to take carp of the horses. Wilson has been w.fl 
ALDO FARMS for over 12 years, and during that time he ha? 
seen many chapges ahd improvemenis take plade. One thing h( 
regrets, a^ do ihany Virginians, is that the chamt>ion horses borr 
and raised in Virginia do not have the opportunity of racing in 
Virgmia. Many of the horses at ALDO FARMS are famous race 
horses who have been and are consistant winners i^l over the 
couijtry. 

A few y^rr 1^0. ponies' too; tised BUfeiiidng the equine 
residents. But when the |X)pularity of ponies deminkhed. they 
were all sold, except for one favorite stud pony. He is a lieautiful 
hght brown champion who was once among the top ten ponies of 
the country and worth thousands of ^lollars. He is alone in his 
corral iwiw and seems imsure of i« purpose or his fate ... it is 
doubtful if he will ever be sold. ' ' 





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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1965 

SKnONB 



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Foir Local 
Girls Electei 



^ Afhother "one of a kind", unusual for a horse farm, is the 

% pet of Wilson's young daughter — a long, legged calf who romps 

f^ and nms after the child and plays like a puppy. A Httic brown 

and white dog and a lazy black cat also make their home at ALDO 

FARMS. 

« , * •■ . . 

_ ALDO FARMS is home to Tyler Wilson, but the responsi- 
Wlities that go with taking care of each and every horse entrusted 
to his care is no small task. With the help of a few hired hands, each 
and every horse is known by name, age, and performance. He 
r stays with the mares )vhen they are ready to foal. He separates 
the colts from the mothers when they reach the proper age. He 
sees to it that the horses are properly biroken and trained to run 
iind jump and race. He knows the ancestry and history of every 
horse at the farm. And all the horses know and trust him. 

ALDO F.ARMS is one of the enjoyable business ventures 
of the A. T. Taylor family, but it is also an ideal place for relaxing 
and to meet other horsemen. The family saddle horses are kept 
Teady for whenever they or their friends wish to ride and jump. 
A completely modern clubhouse is available for special occasions — 
such as the uiwomincr Horse Show and Races to be held this week- 
end at ALDO FARMS. 

Most of the time the quiet busmess of raising thoroughbred 
horsM goes on uninternipted, but when good horse people get 
tc^ether and can show off and race their own special steeds, ALEKD 
FARMS comes alive ... 



FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — 
Students at Mary Washington 
College have elected th«?ir presi- 
dents for the 1965-66 session 

Miss Pamela Tompkins of 
Virginia Beach was elected pres- 
ident of the rising sophomore 
class. She is a 1964 graduate of 
ftincess Anne Hi^ School, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David 
A. Tompkins, 8017 Westgrove 
tRoad. 

TIk rising senior ckss has 
elected NCm Grace Marie Bam- 
..ferth ..daughter of Mr,.ikd Mrs. 
e. A. Bafflforth, 5172 Ova4and 
Road. She is a 19^2 graduate of 
Princess Anne High School. 

Miss Florence Mae R«se and 
Miss Susan Darrow Wolf of the 
rising junior class were elected 
as officers for the 1965-66 
session. 

Miss Reese, the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bates Reese, 
4516 ShorQ Drive, will serve as 
treasurer. She is a 1963 graduate 
of Princess Anne High Scho<rf. 

Miss Wolf is the daughter of 
Captaiij (ret.) and Mrs. A. M. 
Wolf of 4001 Edinburgh Drive, 
ae is a 1963 graduate of Prin- 
cess Anne Hi^ School and has 
served as an orientfrtion coun- 
selor. 



MiaiAEL H. GARRIOTT 

Scholarship 
Students Naned 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Three 

V irginia Beach area high school 
seniors have been awarded schol- 
arships sponKJred bf the Vir- 
cinia Beach Rotary Club, it was 
announced today. 

They krc: Michad Huntley' 
GarrloM, Princess Anns High 
School; Virginia Marie Bailey 
Virginia Be3=h High Sciiooi; and 
{"s-Faye Harrcll, Kellam High 

i!>CiKK)l. 

The scholarships were jwo- 
vided by proceeds from last 
year's Virginia Beach Civic 
Chorus presentation of "Carou- 
sel," ^ich was sponsored by the 
Rotary Club. It is hoped that this 
year's musical; "Show Boat," 
will provide more than three 
icholsrshlps in r966. 

Michael, the son of Richard 
R. Garriptt of 261 Araberiy 
Road, has maintained a "B" 
average and plans to go into the 
ministry after receiving four 
veare of schooling at t& Uni- 
versity of 'Richmond. -— ■ 

He excelled in basketball and 
baseball, held numerous class 
and club offices at Princess 
Anne and is qulle active ih the 
KempsviHc Baptist Church. 

Virginia, who holds a 90.720 
scholastic avpragc, is the daugh- 
ter of J<An Warner Bailey of 
1117 Ivy Drive. »« pirns to 
major in education at R^ord 
College. 

■ Tw'-fhe pa^'"fwb years she 
has achieved membership in ti« 
National Honor Society and has 
taken an active part in school ac 



Library Expects Big 
Decisions Next Weeic 



BURGLARY CHARGED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Wil- 
liam Ervis Jones, 22, of Eliza- 
beth City, N.C.. has been ar- 
rested and charged with burglary 
In the Black Angus Restaurant 
break-in last Feb. 28. 

Police said the restaurant on 
Pacific Avenue was entered 
through a broken side window 
and that about $150 in cash and 
over $554 worth of meat was re- 
ported missing. Detective Oral 
Lambert conducted the investi- 
gation. 



tiwties as well as in the Senior 
High Fellowship or the First 
Presbyterian Church. 

Iris, the daughter of Alton 
Joseph Harrell <rf 3529 Raintree 
Road, ranks 6th in a graduating 
class of 176 and has mamtained 
a "B-plus" average. She plans 
to attend Mary Washington Col- 
lege and teach high school scV 
en£» or mathematics. 

She holds a long list of hon- 
ors and awards, including mem- 
bership in the National Honor 
Society, as weH as many class 
and organizational offices, win- 
ning for her the title of "Best 
All Around Sennr Girl." 

CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS 
COMMUNION BREAKFAST 

VIRG^NIA BEACH — The 
Catholic Daughters of America, 
Court Stella Maris No, Igfl, 
will hold it's first annual^Cfem- 
munion Breakfast, on ^ifl^y at 
the Bay Harbor Club. A^ 

AH CathoUc Daubers and 
their guests are invittd."\Re8er- 
vations may be made Iw qiUinx: 
428-8590 or 340-8497. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Next 
week is National Library Week. 
It is an important observance 
throughout the country, But in 
Virgmia Beach this year's ob, 
servance has even more signifi- 
cance. Sometime next week the 
Virginia Beach Public .Library, 
nearing its sixth birthday, is ex- 
pecting big things to happen. 

First of all, the Virginia Li- 
brary Board will meet 'in Rich- 
mond Monday and is expected 
to give final approval on plans 
for the, $104,300 branch build- 
ing planned in Virginia Beach. 
The preliminary plans were ao- 
proved by tiic State Board's 
building committee last Friday, 
which ^oold cfear tiie way for 
unanimous endorsement. 

Second, the d'Ay is expected 
sometime next week to approve 
one of several proposed building 
sites for the new branch. 

With these two hurdles out of 
the way, it should be clear sail- 
ing for the long-awaited branch 
library. Financial matters have 
already been taken care of. The 
city has appropriated $50,000 
the federal government will sup- 
ply 40 per cent of the cost and 
over $12,500 in donated gifts 
are antidipated. , __ 

Although the exa<a tbeatfert of 
the new branch is not known at 
diis time, it will probably be 
relatively near the temporary 
brand) at Pembroke. It will be 
centrally located, tfial mich is 
(^rtain, so that it Mtt^JMri^ ac- 
commodate the hei^ popu- 
lated areas m Bayside, Lynn- 
h^wn and KempsvHle Boroughs. 
The new building will be a 
dream come true for those who 
have long labored with the over- 
crowded conditions of the main 
library on 22nd Street. Hie 
tempprary building, opened in 
July of 1962, has served its 
purpose. It has eliminated the 
overly responsive Bookmobile 
Stop at Aragona Village and 
has provided library facihties for 
some of the city's most con- 
gested areas. But in so doing, 
the limited operation 'is taxed far 
beyond reasonable proportions. 

Set up in what vras once a 
small home, ttie temporary 
branch is filled to capacity, and 
periiaps more, during working 
hours and its drculation ^ 
books is fantastic. 

In fact, tiie services of both li- 
brary operations and the Book- 
mobile far exceed what could 
normally be expected of such fa- 
cilities. In die first nine'mpnths 
of the present fiscal year, which 
will not end until July 1,' the 
a>mbined operations have signed 
up 4,209 new members, bring- 
ing the city's library member- 
ship to 34,380, and have circu- 
hued 171,693 books. 

No matter how you took at 



them, these figures arc high anfi 
testify to the need for the new 
branch. Once the final state ap- 
proval comes throu^ and tine 
location is set, construction will 
get underway immediately. But 
at the e^rJiest it is not expected 
that the doors will open within 
six months. It will take that long 
to erect the buiWing, furnish it 
and stock it with an ample, and 
complete, supply <rf books. 

Designed by architect Wil- 
liam A. McClurg, the branch 
will have about 8,000 square 
feet of floor space, nearly dou- 
ble that Qf the main library. It 
Will hous^ a huge adult se^i<»i, 
an equally large children's room' 
a leparaie reference arpa and 
many other modern features. It 
will also be home base for the 
Bookmobile. Since the mobile 
unit primarily serves the more 
isolated areas, the cratrally \<y 
^ted branch will save time, 
plus wear and tear, for the unit 
and its staff. 

Tnniopdr a^^rt^SS tt» 

branch is opened, the Bookmo- 
bile might increase Its schedule 
to include^ some ol the areas 
seeking te scrvi^i. Several 
communities, mainly those as 
near to Norfolk as Virginia 
Beach, have already filed with 
the library board requests to be 
included in the Bookmobile 
schedule. Although a Norfolk 
Bookmobile »tops in the vicinity. 
Virginia Beach residents would 
be required to pay a rather hi^ 
non-resident fee to make use <rf 
its facilities. 

LffiRARY HOtJIlS '^ 




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Animals And ChiMrni 
Give Actress Insiglit 
Into Latest LT Role 



MaKn library: Tuenby, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, 1 to 8 
p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 9:30 
a.m. to 5 p.lri. . 

Branch library: Tueuiay and 
Thursday, 2 to 8 p.m.; Wednes- 
day and Friday, 2 to 5 p.m.; 
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

All library faciUties are closed 
Sunday and Mcmday. 

BOOKMOEtLE SCHEOtlLii 

Tuesday (1st & 3rd week) 
Diamond Springs, 10 a.m. to 
noon; Ocean Parfc^l:15 to 3:15 
p.m.; (2nd & 4th week) Indian 
River Road and Gammon, 10 
a.m. to noon; Acredak, 1:15 to 
3:15 p.m. -* 

Iliursday (Ist & 3rd week) 
Creeds, 10 a.m. to noon; Ptin- 
ccss Anne Court House, 2 to 
3:30 p.m.; (2nd & 4th week) 
Bayside Shopping Center, 9:30 
to 11:30 a.m.; Lynnhaven Com- 
munity Church, 1 to 3:30 p.m. 

Friday (Ist & 3rd wek)^ 
Lynnhaven at Foundry Methods 
ist Church, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. 

Saturday (Ist & 3rd week) 
Bayside Shopi^ing Center, 9:30 
a.m. to 1 p.m.; (2nd & 4th 
week) KempsviHe, 9:45 a.m. to 
1 p.m. 



By Doris Padrick 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Hav- 
ing pets is synonymous with hav- 
ing children, observes An^jla 
Walker, who%t become an an- 
imal * owner and animal lover 
through "necessity" And this 
close associatioii wiHi all in- 
habitant* of tht |«M kingdPTO 
gives h^ an iiuHht lilo die un- 
derstanding of tte diara(^eriai- 
tion she will present as "Ifcdda", 
the eccentric English-ximan who 
carries on a vi^rotis campaign 
against cruelty to animals, in 
the final phiy of dij season for 
the Virginia Beach' Little Thea- 
tre » 

"The Irregular Verb To 
Love", a situation comedy, will 
be presented May 6, 7, and 8, 
and 14 and 15 al die Courtyard 
Playhouse, 17th street off At- 
lantic Avenjie. 

Mrs. Walker, wife of Navy 
captain Lewis W. Walker, Jr., 
and mother of Stacey, Leslie, 
and Lewis, ha^ traveled exten- 
sively and has had amusing ex- 
periences with pets. At the pre- 
sent time, the additions to the 
family number only a pair of 
beagle puppies named Chief and 
Cindy, who are being trained for 
rabbit hunting. In the past there 
have been a white rat and a 
mud tur^ hatched from an egg, 
among olhers. 

Thp white rat (Oliver) came 
to their home via die classroom. 
He\had been the school pet, and 
with the coming of summer va- 
cation, the names of the chil- 
dren (who had permission from 
their modiers) were placed in a 
hat for a drawing, the lucky 



winner to b^^rhe the omtibt. 
Unknown to Mrs. Walker, oflb 
three names out of flie class rofl 
of thirty had received permki^a 
to have ti»k oam« eMmA 
And Oliver eame home Iwkh 
Stacey. "He was a de«r IM^ 
thftig," smiled Angela, "aiii 
quite tame. Surprisii^y, rats do 



14 Md-tf-boif 
soout, <»ce Jeama airess aa c^d 

in die mud while on a kikiqg 
trip. Hiiflkiqg it mi^ be j* 
snake egg, he Inoug^t ft hMe 
and pltt:ed it into hk db»«f«r Mr 
safekeeping. Being tejpt wu^ 
and dark, die egg hatelM^kHMiK 
out came the mud tuitief * 

Keeping p»% wkh the ^# 
dre and meir pets is m\y a^^ 
of Angela 'Wilker's wtBm^ % 
die woM about her. SN m^ 
ou^ly enjoys a vigorous jame 
of ttnnls in s^te of miwM' fis- 
cal mish(^, and, of coMf^ ilD 
y^gtnia Bea^h Little tli«Kie 
ratea high on her list for &m^ 
erpxmsSgm ami ratertateBfem l^r 
otten. A NMftot of y^^ 
BCfC^ for ttii paM two^MM^ 
she har phiyed in "WaMe Jettk 
Toreador" and "Shot ^ ^ 
Dark" for the Little l^mm^ 
also "C^ Men, Oh Wem^ te 
Summer Sands. 

%e win be seen agirih^'ite tte 
leading lady in 'The imtfiiMf 
Verb to Love*' when the |n^»At^ 
tion opens May 6 for fiwe.^p6f- 
formances. Dir«;ted by fitt|; 
Theatre president, BIB J^MM. 
the (»st will also iiKfttM 1W 
Uhler, Lee Orfien, p|Mi Hii- 
vey, Barry Mey«owK£;''*1XM^ 
Wilson, Susan E(»teifi, l<Mide 
DeCarlo, and Maj. DM H^oL 



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Civic Chorus Activity Picks Up As "Show Boat'' Prepares To Dock 




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k»n of Um Vtrciaia Bmcji CMc Ck«r«a mn ho^aa Jariag 

AmU 4*^ •! whwirwl far Jafm u Kmrn't MotmI HimiMl, 



"»Mw Boat." Uador cpoiuorahip of tho Virfiai* Boodk RMmt 
CMt, tho thoir wHI ^on TwmJ^ *mi cmitiBM «i^tf7 Ik^sK 
Sotw^y at tho Priacou Asm Hi^ Sd^ol aaJlt^i ~ 



MU M* tawani t^ KatMry Clab'a (dMlardi^ f aad for datarvtat 
•tadaate. Laal jraai^s prasaatatiea af "CmrmwV aaabM tbaa 
laeal M^ars aa oypartaaity far a a^afa adacatioa. It is 



dMt "Skew 9aat" jiHA aff«- avaa «ara •ekalar^pa. TiakaU 
an sola at B4M DalicataMaa, Prko'a Hillta» Sloia miA tka C\ 
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9:45 a.s.-— SRMday Soboot 
11 a.m. — Motiug Servic* 
6:3u p.fn. — Iraming Umoo 

7:JU p.in. t.vauai Service 

7:30 pJiL— Wed. I'rayer Service 



FAITH RAFTIST CHiJRCB 

6818 Va. BcMh Blvd., Norfolk, Vi 
VnA M. FulH, Patuir 

9:40 MS.— itaid^ Scbooi 
11:00 «jn.— Mwmag W(»diip 
6:30 pm. — teilowsliiii Hour. 
7:30 pJB.— J^vCBiag Setyicet 



' GRACX HUrnUtffiN CHUROI 

Great Neck rife Uilltt)|> 
A. UaroU Anta«le% A 
10:00 ua — ^laday Sebool 
il.-OO aja.^W<H«h%> Service 
7:M pJH. — £veau« Ser^ca 



MOUNT OUV% 

RAPnST CHURCH 

tt»w. T. M. Wi^. PMtev 

9:30 ajn.— Cbmcb School 
11. no a.m.— Morabig WoraUp 
?:30 pjn.— £iWB^ Wonyp 



OAK GROVE SAFIVT CHURCH 

AMa sTOair, Kih ' 

9:45 ajB.— Omtc^ Scbool 
U:00 ^Ja.-4l»am Wonfa* 




rmm ZICBANCS 



BOIf BAPT»r CHURCH 

Oraeawell ftd. A Lakeview Dr. 

BMyiide, Vuviiiia 

Rev. DairU Mwh*, Httat 

9:45 aJD.— Suadey Sdiotd 
1 1 :0(K ajD. — McMiwic Wonl4> 
7:45 p3n.-^veniBg W(»s|ijp 

ST. KwrstA^rm church 

PriBceH Aane Court Home 
lUv. tarn B. PeilEiBs, Parter 

10:00 «JiL— Suodiy Scliool 
11:00 a-m.— MoroiDg W<»riiip 

6:00 pjn.— B.t.U. 

7:00 pjn.— Evefui^ Worriuv 

L ONDON MttDGB 
RAFRST CHURCH 

Loadoe Biite ViiiiBU 
G. Edawi qn^ce, PMoi 

9:45 ajn.— jSuodly Sdiod 
11:00 i.«n.— Ikion^ Wm^v 

6:30 pjn.Tlraiidat Unioa 
7:30 pjn.— 'Eveouif Wtnnriiip 

ntEEwnx. tAtrsT church 

la Pciooeii AwHi Coanty on Hgy 815 

^ mile past (Xxana Ak Sialiao 
on right 

T. I. Itnii^ Servfa« m rtlaiitir 

9:45 a.B.--SiiDday Scbool 
11:45 ftjn.— Wl(mliif> Service 

7:30 P4B1. — Eveaii^ Servuw 



KEMFSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7120 KctntKviUe Road 
'A. a Bkwat, rulmt 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday Schooi 
ll.-OO a.in,— MOTuing Worahip.— -->-. 
8.-Q0 p.m. — Evee^ WwAjp 
THALIA LYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
R«T. RotMrt N. Wallace, Pastor 
Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining 
Princess Anne High School 
8:80 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 
9'M B.m. — Sunday School 
,11:60 a.m. — Morning Worship 
fIRST COLONIAL 
BAPTBT C-mJRCH 
929 Putt Ctricmial Road 
GMfge T. SiaHagm Pntev 
9:4S a.a}.— Suspday School 

7:10 p.at— BvtSBH* WonNp 
tm |La$-.MJd-w«* service. Wed, 

fnxowiBip RAfTisrr church 

ilTSbafodc RoE Ncnfoik 2, Va. 
Rev. OmAn T. ncadrickt. Putor 

9.45 a.oi.— CtHircfa School 
!!:<» *.ni.— MiHBing Wonhip 
7;M p4n.-HBMiang WordMi) , 

fT. GREGORT iVfE GREAT 
CA'mOLiC CntAlCH 

7271 WpBi* B4i<ft Blvd. 
Rf¥. naiSa AMMh^ie, OS.B. 

MKih^i- 1t:3^ 1:00. 9:3ro,- 11:00. 12:^0 
QxihiAkm i are on &tuniay 7:30-8:30 




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A perfect picture of dejeetiffli! Perhai» it's 
another rainy day. Even Hlfie duldrra have their 
Krious momenta. "What is there to do next?^ 
"Mommy, wheare did I come fr<Hnf' Or, "Daddy, 
is God up in ^e skyf littte qyai^oiis of littb 
childrai stow into big qurations by Hg peoi^. 
Sometimes the lesser the man, the mo^ humble 
the question, and of course . . . directed to God. 

The place for such qi^itions is tbe Church. 
In church, ponder the imponderables, adc the old, 
old questions: receive the gml^ aaswen. 
Church, too, is God's Home. Hefs waitiiig for 
you th^. f 



n. MATTHEWII 

CAimmc cttuwctt 

1010 SMdra Laoe. vuiima Beach 
Fa^cr enm» aad Psiliw FfaiABy 
Sumner Maaes: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 

wd 13:00 
CMfosioo ms^ Saturd^ 4:00 p.m. 

M S.-OO >m. Mid 7:00 to 8:00 pm. 
WKwe in 5-9333 

OCEANA CHURCH 
90 TUB NAZARENE 
% €Art Howe Rd, OcMsa. Va. . 
' niri A. AIM^ fmtm 
9:4S aJB.— &iatey School 
lCb4| ML— Mor^v WonUp 



E^wrt LadlM aa4 Map* AltarirtiMM 

AU. ItlNDS 

Sie« PACIFIC AVENUE 

Virgfaia BMdb, VtMlaia 

HOURS M 

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UMPLE EMANUEL 

Zm MTMIfc. Vlivtaia Beach 




tA^—Strvtom lfoD.-Pfi. 

;^jn.— FiMay<aftMMth Services 
iftO^ a.ffi. — Sat-Sablwtli Servwe 
1:00 6.m. — Services Sontfaiy 



EMANUAL 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Kaaaelh A, Price, Pastor 

Lynn Shores Drive 
at Va. teach Blvd. 
0:10 a.ai. — ^uday Choreh 

Sc|»oL • 
10:30 a.m. Worship Service 

(sarsery provided) 
8:30 p.u. — ^l«tber League 



FLOWaS 
H»BBtT HARRai FLORIST 

PHONE 43a.«7Sa 



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SVANOCIdCA& LUlSBtAN 
CHURCH of the GOOD niEPIlERD 

1489 Lasfcin Road 
Rev. INcfcioa W. Taylor 

9: SO a.m. — Church ^chool 
11:00 a.m. — Worship 
6:30 p.ra. — Luther 



OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUnoaUN CHUIICH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
R. Cutai^ ~ 

'8:15 a.m. — Worship Service 
9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.-^Worsfaip Servtoa 



SMMMHaMailMMapMMMHIBlM 
■fr • - 

JOHN SENTK'S TV 
SALE3 A Service 

M14 VlrgialrR^uk BaalaTard 

ADMIRAL — RCA — ZENITH 

COLOR SPECIALIST PHONE 341-244S 



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Pialma Jokn 
28:1-11 15:12-17 


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2:17-47 


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lABERINMXlf IVIET^ODSST 
CHIJRCH/j 

Princess Anne. Viistoia 
Rav. P. S. Shall, MbUtar 

9:45 ^lJn.— Owroh School 
(1:00 a.m.— 'Morning Worship 



IHALIA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Ave.\ & Va. Beach Blvd. 
William L. Aakar, Paator 
9:43 a.m. — ^Sunday Sdiocri 
t0:45 a.m. — ^Worship 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Virgima Beach Boulevard, Lynobaveo 
Douglas Ebert, piukv 

8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m. — semeM 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
6:30 pjn.— Youdt Fellowship 



BEECH GROVE 
METHODKT CHURCH 

Princess Aime 
Roy R. Jackson, Paator 
I0:0fta.m.— Church School 
11:15 a.m. — Morning Worship 



FRANOS ASBURY 
MEITfODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
LcRoy Davia, Miaiatar 

9:45 a.m.— ClHin* SchdW 
ll.'OO a.m. — Moniii^ Wor^ 



SCOTT MEMORUL 

METHODIST CHURCH 

409 First Coloaial ftea4 

Rev. H. Wark Curry, Paator 

9:45 a.m.— Ctairch School 
11:00 a.m.— Morohv W«yUe 
7:30 p.m.— YouiFeJIowaBp 

HAYGOOD MEMORLUL 
MFTHOnBTT CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Road 
Iraua G. Lo^t. Jr.. Pastor 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 



BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Drive at Treasure Ithuid Dc. 

Bayside 

RayBAoad £. Massor, Miaistar 

8:30 & 11 a.ffi.— Worship Scrvto 
9:45 ajn.'— Sunday Schotrf 



CHARITY METHODKT CHURCH 

Back. Bay, Vlr^i^ 
Rev. WllOan A. Mooa, It. 

i0:00 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 ajn. — Morning Worriiip 

SALEM METHODUrr CHURCH 

Princess Anae, Virgii^ 
Rev. Frak D. James 
10:00 a.m. — Morne^ Worship ' 
11:00 a.m.— ClHirch Sebool 
7:30 pjn.^Youth Feloinh^ 



C»MMUNnY RtETHODBT 
CHURCH 

Acredale — Kempsville 
Rev. Joka L. Kiklar, Jr. 

9:45 a.m.-7-Churcfa School. 
1 1:00 a.m. — Morning Worsh^ 
7:30 pju.— Youth Fellowship 



NIM»K> MEIIttMlIsr CHURCH 

ftipo s M Ame, ' Viiiinia 

Rev. linu*0.lMM 

10:15 •Ja.-^-CSioroh School 
11:15 aon.— Moroii^ Wwship 



GALDJX EHSCWAL CHURCH 

loth eod Pacific— GA 8-3573 
The Rev. Eteaad BcriMy, Rector 
Hm Rev. Mtem B. Wittoa, Asrirteat 

8 a.m. — Holy Communion avery 

Sunday 

9 a.m. — Morning prayer and 

S e r m-4> n. (Uoiy Com- 
munion «very.4U» Sun- 
day.) 

10 a.m. — Church School ilasses. 

11:16 a.n. — -Homing prayer and 
Sermon (Holy Commun- 
Mm every lot Sunday.) 



LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Utile Nrcl Road 
lav. Oscar V. Rodrtguos, Paster 

0:00 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 



KAOnif ATm BAFIWr 
^RAICH 
Rev. Ralpk L. Hora 
IftM !«.— Staaday Schbcrf 
tl:^ |l.-Horalnc WonMp 
flUmas God aatt Ite GomnNoriW 
- otEladewaCer iStoce I7|4» 

lA BEAM 

c^nntoi 




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ISth Staet 
ttm. B^wty Nty 
t:30 aai.— Wo r^i ^p SeMw Sarnqsr 

MoaHa 
9:45 •.at.^^^ttreh Sckofri 

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HAYGOOD METHODBT 

CHURCH 

•149 Ma^fAmtt Road 

Stdttdale of S|ervic«i 

Eadi SooAiy 

Wor^lp Services: 8:30 a.m., 9:45 

a.m., and 11 a.m. 
Church School for aB ue grouas 

9:45 a.m. - 

Second session of Ctaiich Sdiod 
1 1 a.m. for childm vp tfarou^ 7A 
grade and a<hilt8. 
Mctfc|dM Youth FeUowAip: 7 p.m. 
for voiM^ peo|rfe— 7th, gth Mid 9lh 
gtwfes m JuDKX' High GfOu^ «ad 
tOlh grade up for Sei^ GrAy. 
Prwodi weleiMned 



ST. FRANCIS' 
EPISC(»PAL IflSSION 
Met. caajrtea E. Criggw 



S09 Rosement Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
9:15 t^m.— Ourch School 
10:15 ton.— Wonjlfip Servioe 
NursMy Provided 



Kr>Hxriti«.ANi} 

METHODISr CHURCS 

KgxMt Tiriaid, N.C. 
Albert C BMc Maister 
I9M0 ».«.— SumdM SdiobI 
> urn ««r->W««i^^ri^ 



.EKIES METHCX>IST CHURCH 

5860 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Rev. C. Kat6n Gray 

a!arly Worship Service 8 :80 a.n. 
Jhurch School 9:46 a.m. 

'jate Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 
ifoth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. 

BETHEL METH(H>ffn- laiURCB 

Prince Aime ' 

Roy R. Jael»oa, Pastor 

10:00 a.m. — ^Morning Wor^p 
11:00 A.M. — Church School 

PLAZA METHODBrr CHintCH 

20$ Plasa Trail 
Hcrheri G. HMba, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worsh^ Service 
7:00 p.m.— Voutti FeUof^ 

\ ST. AIDANH 
ra>ISCOPAL ^MICH 

kfaeto^ n King'« Onk^Wmaftitvy 

«*ool) 

%ril 341.3739 

Rev. L. f. Tayiar, hk, Vkar 

<:15— Holy Coeiipuaioa (M Md 3id 

SuftlNiys tftOi topi#) ' 

9:15— Owtdi I elk 00 1 %oaoammt 

wMi ii^ri4ce4 
Mfwniat Bnva^ 2nd tad 4tfi Siadasn 



OLDD(WATK>N 

8:00 anil^-II^ICaaoiaoioti 
(ExMpt vlnring rector's y$aJikm^ 
lOm MII-<-4f«aiag fsivv mi 
&ioio« (Holy GMaai^nMoa iu 




EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Boannan Road 
Rav. Charles R. McGinloy, Rector 

8:00 A.M. — Holy Communion 
J.0:00 A.M. — Holy Communion 
(14 3 Sun.) 

Morning Praver (2 A 4 Sun.) 
Church School follows the 10 :00 
A.M, Service. Nursery service is 
avaUable. 



EASmtW SgDWt CHAPgL 

^ <M^ ftnaMit Rcctpg 
8:00 •j^-4loly Coomuiyoa 
9:00 Mtt^*^i^]y Sendee and 

Mwote Pniya- (3rd Suadiy 

11:00 a.m.— Uoralni lh»y«r, aesmoa 
(Ist Simlay iMy QMaiminloa) 



' PRmCE OF PEACE 
::^ UiTHERAN CHintai 
(Missouri Synod) 
4X4 Kk«s Giaal Road 
Rev. I. Ebsar Msdlqr, 
8:00 a^n.— Divioe Wonhip 
9:15 a.m. — Sunday Schotd 

Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m.— Divine Warship 
Holy Communion — Itt 
Sunday. 



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LoBdOB BiM^ f a. aii 

Itlh Street A Arctic Avaaw 

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ETIG'S GRANT 
RESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

iNow meedof in the 1Smg» Oiaat 
Elemoi&uy SdiooiJ 
Rivmood €. IWai^ Fartar 
9.50 a.m. — Sunday Sohooi 
il:00 a.m. — Mwniag Woish^ 



BAYSIDE PRESiYIlRIAN 
CHURCH 

Near Robhtoi Oamer 
Rev. J. E. Jahasoa, tartav 
9:45 a.m — Sunday S^ool 
I i:uu ajn.— Monuag Wonliil^ 



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PVaaa 3404111 |3Mtl Va. |Uack Blvd. 

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THAUA TRINTTY 
nESHYlERLiN CHUlKa 

Now meetiag in the 
IhaHa Elementary School 
Irvkw R. SIbMm. Miaistai 
9:30 a.m.— Mtonlpg WlorAip 
1 0)45 A.m.— -Cbiacb School 



BOW CREEK 
FRESBYTERLiN CHURCH 

Rosemonit Road and Plaza Tndl 

Weatz J. MBIer. MlMalar 
9:45 4.m.— Suodav Schocri 
1:00 a.m. — nmrca .^wwka 
LTNNHAVET^ 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 
Lynnhaven Vllh«e 
<ev. Mailoa R. Webb, Jr., MlaM* 
9:45 a.m.— Church Scbool 
11:00 a.m. — Morning W<»^hip 
6:30 pjn.-..Yottth FeUowshlp 
6:30 p.m. — Pioneer FeMowvip 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Wmsfaip 



OCEANA CURB MARKH 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Country Cured Baeoif, Hams & Shouldan 

Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, 

Groceries A Meats 



CHRBT PRESBYTERIAN 
CHUROI 

1200 AragMw Boolevaid 
M. Bind DotPv, MOAiar 

8:30 a.m.^Wotdi^ aad Cfaordi 

School 
9:30 a.m.— Worship and OMUch 

School 
11:00 a.ffl.— Worriap and Chaidi 

School. 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

CoaaaiisaioB Agaal 
Haaablo OU A Rofiaiag Cat. 
Fuel Oil and Kerosene " ' 
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FIRST PRESBYTEIUAN CHURCH 

John S. Ljrloa, Pastor 

Pacific Avenue M 36th Street 
9:45 ajn.— Church ScfaO(d 
(1:00 a.m. — ^Moraii^ Woniiip 
6KM pjn. Youth MhrniMps 



n*. im»OLAS 

c^nnKiiK; c^iicR 

^rr. m*OiM I niibets 

Suod^ ttass^ 8:30 end 10:% a.m. 
OoMIMo^ 4 ^ 6 |>.ffl. Saturday 
Catediitti ChMB 10 «o 12 Satiuday 
t»0mm Amtt %m uM. Uassoi 



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Bit. VnaiA V. MaMA- 

Winter 8», 9: JO. 11:00, 12:15 
Summer (Juoa 1 • U*oc IHy) 

7i<tt, l.-fl0.M0. I0«Mf:aO, 12:00 
li(# Uq« 600^ IttML 9H)e^ aad 

6:30 em. 
Confomm. im to 5M mi 7:00 to 

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CALVAR Y im ^YTEBIAW 
CUvRdl 

Fust Streel. Qlearock. HoiAilk 
E. Oew^ Caahiy, PHlag 

9:45 «.m.— Choreit $^ool 
11:00 ajn!— Mikaing Wonfate 
^110 pjn.— Whai^^ I^Howdyb 
6:30 p.m.— I^meer PeBowAla r^ 
6:30 p.m.— Yoang PMj^'s 



HIRSCHLETS 

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P.F. and Ked Toaaia Skooa. 

A complete aalectioa ia a wide array of 
colora Is now available for all tke family. 



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CHURCH (MP GOD 

620 I44h Street 
Bobby H. SiMi, Paster 

9:4S A.M.— Sunday School 
11:00 A.M.— M<min« Worship 
7:30 A.M.-^venli« fi^>niMp 

^^SI^IBLY OF GOD 
Vinmaa Beeach Boidovatd 
ust Uoe — Ooeana 
Rev. Saauiel D. fciler, fr., 
$:45 a.*.— Chuith School 
11:00 am.— Morate Wordrip 
7:30 p4n.— £vaa|^«k Service 

15th SL and Baltic Ava. 
Elwaad Kara, Faster 
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ELECTBip^L sumps, liic. 

2 Locatiaw To Serve Yoa — Hadto Dilpl. Ttmm 
431 Vii|iBia Beach Wvd. — Dial ^S-liCf 
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Wh«n «ewa)m©n. move to to\A/n, our Hostess greets 
them, and extends a welcome with the personal 
messages of our friendly^ civfc^incted sponsors: 

CtOSt eAU.E«IES-,S«<» YilGWiA BEACH BLVD. 
JOHNS TV SALES A &ERyiCE~ia7 N. LYNNHAVEN RD. 
McDonalds HAMBURGERS— VII«ilNIA BEACH BLVD. 
^ HOY'S TEA SHbP— sot VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 
OCEANA PHARMACY— 17W ViRCI|4IA BEACH BLVD. 

PLAZA MOBIL GAS-.^M VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 

VIRGINIA CO4CH CAMPER CORP.— 17X4 LASKIN RD. 

BAYSIDE THARMACY-4«01-A SHORE DRIVE 

EMRHAE FORD— iai7 PLEASURE HOUSfr RD. 

SHORE DRIVE-IN THEATRE— RT. 80. SHORE DR. 

the cottage wig * beauty salon— 
*m0 shell rd.— robbins corner 

Sinclair oil co.— 209 e. little creek rd. 

BEAUTY counselor 

BE.LO SUPERMARKETS 

WKVK 

THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

NEWCOiMERS' GREETING 

M». MARdARET LOWAAAN, 
HOSTESS 



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Church Listings Cont'd. 



9M sjn.— ?Snibw SribosI 
11:00 am— Monibc Wonikte 
7.'30 p.m.— FvM^Bbtie S«rvfci 



kala church (w cKRisr 

BwK Btif, Vk. 
tack Dmmt MaNiw 

iO:00 •m.^UM* Sdpoti , 
11.00 «.a).^-MorBing WmMp 
f;30 pAi. — Evening WonNp 



' CHURCH or cHnpr 

1460 Va. B«»ah Blvd.. OeMsa, Yi 
Roy N. WUtoB. MiMfoter 

10:00 a.m.— Wbk »udy 
11:00 am.— Morning WonlUp 
f :00 p.n. — ^BvMlBC Wonhip 

RRST CHURC H OF C^Vl' 
SC^ENtlST 

209 - 20tti St 
9:30 ua. — &indw School 
lltOO a.ai.— CKufcn SBnrin 
8:00 p.m.— WedncKlay S»<Hc* 



OCEAN PARK 

a^ofi^frrv CHURCH 

PmiI E. McCbIm^ TkAL. Fm««t 

DuPcMit Cinclc, B«yii<te. Va. 
9:45 ajH.— BlMe School 
11:00 ajsi.— : 



Monkf WonUp 
rmamfm^ Servioa 



7:30 p.in. — PunAy 



VIROlNUBEAai 
COMMUNliY CHAPEL 

La.<«kin Rd,. Linld^m Raf 
R«T. Richard WoMlward, Pattor 

9:43 a.n.— SinKlwy Sdwoi 
1 1 :00 a jiu->t4oniiag Woitliip 
P;30 a.n.— Oiilikva'a Cbaidi 

7:30 pAi. — Evmiof Sorvioe 




LYNNHAVEN COLONY 
, UNITED CIWRCH 
(Coagrcfatienat Ckrittfata) 
Great Nack Road aaar Shara Dr. 
Tfca Rav. Tbe. H. Brittaa, Mlak^aT 
9 'Ah a.m. — Cburch School 
11:00 a.in. — iiCorning Worship 
7:.'J0 p.m. — PlUrrim Pellowahip 
•_^Wu 'ti " ry for Btiatt ehn.tr6n 
TF-Tfcj]KJRBA?T CHRflrriAN 

CHURai 

JLtl t(Aou^ Ave., BeRamy Manor 

Vintnte Beidi. Va. 

Rev. J. FrederkA Pa>«aw 

9:45 a.in.— aundBfy Seted 

11:00 a.«n. — MnmnHl WonMv 

PEMBROKE MUHWiP^ 
UNITED CHUROI 
jCongrtcadonal CMrtlu) 

;iniB in Penthroke MtOMT 
Elementary Sdiool 
ReT. Charles F. Pcgrani, MUttar 
9 30 a.m.— Oiurch Sdwoi 
10:30 am.— Worslilp __^ 

Nur»ery aA all 8ervton~*~^ * 



OiAMOND SPRINfM 

Diai#l«t of Oirto 
emv. Haden Rewi 
^nmt UtUe a«ek r«tTf 
6. DavU HMavMb ~ 

1:43 am.— WonNp S^viiw / 
9:45 a.m.— ^iMl^r Stfwol 
11:00 a.m.— WorAitn Servk* 
6:30 p.n. — Youfli QNMfS 

■A¥H1» CHRIfriiUV CHURCB 

(ConyefitiaMU) 
Shorea Dl^ve aad Oraein^n R<Mid 

bri L. rmt^ MMMat 
9:45 *.m.— Woirtlp Service 
9:45 aA.— Suntey School. 

WYCLIFFE PRBSBYTBRIAN 

CHURCH 

Naw Maatiaf At 

3Am R. Day Uamaatary Saltaal 

J. SUuil^ Blala, Paatar 

gonilnt WonWp— 10:00 A.M. 
larch SehM>I^ll:16 A.M. 



ARAONA BAPTIST CHURCH 

Now Maattng In Louite Lusford 

Elementary School 

N. C CLIFTON, Paator 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:.30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Wed. Prayer Meeting 



ST. AIDAN'S 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
KjBg's Grant Rd. * Ediabargk Dr. 
Study 341-3730— Office 340-64M 
Ray. L. J. Taylor, Jr.. Viear 
8 «:m.— Holy Communion ~^ 
10 a.m. — Family Service 
Holy Commanion 1st A Srd Snn. 
Morning Prayer other Sundays 
Church School concurrent with 
, Family Service 




After a hard-played 18 holes, it's good to 
settle down ort a soft chair in the club 
house and add up the score with Mends. 
What better time for the drink diat scores with 
almost every golfer— cool, thirst-quenching beer? 
Yes, beer's great to relax with, gi^at for refresh- 
ment, great fqr taste. So whatever your sport- 
boating or baseball— swimming or tennis— rela^ 
afterwards with the zestful taste of 1 beer. 



FRIENDS MEETIPiHS 

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9:45 a.m. — Sumfeiy School 
11:00 a.m. — Meetdnf for Momiqn 
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Oceana 

Rev. D. P. Felton, Paslsr 

9:30 a.m.— Sunday Sdiool ' 

11:00 a.m. — Worship Serric* i 



CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. GARY B. THOMPSON 

Misister 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 

11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 

6:45 p.m. — Vesper Service 

6:30 p.m. — Tmining Union 

CREEDS CARNIVAL FRI. 

CREEDS — The PTA of 
Creeds School will sponsor a 
carnival to be, held April 23rd 
and 24th. The hours will be 5- 
10 p.m. on Friday and 3-10 
p.m. on Saturday. 

There will be a drawing for a 
free Portable T.V. set on Sat- 
urday nisht. Tickets on the TV 
are now bdng sold by the home 
room mothers of Creeds. 

The cOT-niyal will consist of 
the f err is wheel, swings, sky 
ride, two kiddie rides, various 
gante booths, country store, 
movies, pony rides and many, 
many good things to cat and 
drink. 



ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT 

BAfSftjE — dalHs Jdiniiie 
WhitaWrr-il»&N. WHchduck 
Road, was arrested late Satur- 
day night for reportedly hitting 
a mah with a pool stick. 

Police said that Whitakcr al- 
legedy struck Earl fraVnes with 
the stick, causinj? a laceration 
that required several stitches. 
Whitaker, 58, is scheduled, to 
appear in Municipal Court May 
3 on charges of felonious as* 
sault. 

Arresting officer was James 
Wright. 



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Archer • BwMt -> *Robert 
Mason Archer. 22, USN. Vir- 
ginia Beach and Betty Ruth 
Barnes, 16, student, Virginia 
Beach. 

■"Tl^wst - DUI — Earl Hug^ 
Thyret, Jr. 27, USN, Virginia 
BeM;h and Eleanor Ir^ne Dill, 
29, stenographer. V i r g r n i a 
Beach. 

WlmUM - Wallace — Allan 
Thomas Wh«itoii, 20, truck 
driver, Virginia Beach and Sarah 
l^ee Wallace. 19, no occupation 
listed, Virginia Beach. 

OwMs • Gr«y — Lawrence 
Owens, 21, farmer, Virginia 
Beach and Martha Gray* 22, no 
occupation listed, Virginia 
Beach. 

Rttmll • IVIm^ — Claude 
Russell, 34, carpenter, Virginia 
Beach aiKl Martha Ann Martin, 
29; waitress, Virginia Beach. 

Cook - Sccley — 'Robert Lew- 
is Cook, 20, student, Norfolk 
and Dorothy Ann Seeley, 19, no 
occupation I i s 4 e d, Virginia 
Beach. .^ " 7 — — - - 

JoAM - Mwlu — Allen Hardy 
Jones, 24, apprentice pipe fitter, 
Chesapeake and Sandra Lucille 
Marks, 20, sales clerk, Virginia 
Beach. 

MilMt - Smltii -> Wavne Car- 
Vle Millett, 22, USN, Virginia 
Beach and June Carolvn Smith. 
21, waitress. Virginia Beach. 

WUmii - Baniett — Miller. 
Ray Wilson, W, elcotfician, Wil- 
liamsburg and Edna Frances 
Barneirt, 26. no occupation 
listed, Virginia Beach. 

Sounders - Groses — Howard 
Oliver Saunders, Jr., 30, sales- 
man, Norfolk and Alice Lee 
Groves,^ 30, te»flier, Virginia 
Beach. ' * " 
' Carr • Gwe — James Albert 
Carr, Jr., 28, automobile mech- 
anic, Virginia Be^ch and Luna 
Elizabeth Gore, 27, no occupa- 
tion listed, Virginia Beach. 

McCane - Hobert — Gerald 
Wetzel McCane. 52, traffic man- 
ager, Virginia Beach and Nellie 
Harrison Hobert, 41, typist, Vir- 
ginia Beach. ^ 

Mmcs • Zartman -^ Ral{^ 
Thomas Moses, 22, civil engin- 
eer, Virginia Beach and Jean 
iRaye Zartman, 20, secretary, 
Virginia Be»;h. ^^^^^™r 

Ci^s • BroMNMR — Napolotn 
Bonaparte Capps, 19, laborer, 
Virainia Beach and Pattron Lur- 
ie Bronson, 17, no occu{»tion 
listed, Virginia Beach. 

Propp - Newnan — Douglas 
D. R. Propp, 24, USN, New 
York, N.Y., and Gay Carol 
Newnam, 18, no occupation 
listed, Virginia Beach. 

Hadflon • Salym — Lindsay 
Charles Hudson, 28, printer, 
Virginia Beach and Delia May 
Salvers, 18, receptionist, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Stattb - Ermen — Donald 
Harry Staub, 21, apprentice car- 
man, Norfolk and Janice Diane 
Ermen, 18, beautician, Virginia 
Beach. 

Mdore - Davicfl — Daniel 
Keith Moore, 22, USN, New 
York, N.Y., and Carol Lee Da- 
vies, 24, *HX>kkecper, Virginia 
Beach. 

Daiffai • Ood^ — James Ed- 
ward Davis, 23, USN. Marietta, 
Ga., and Sheila Gay Conlev, 19, 
hairdresser, Virginia Beach. 

Poole - Dunbar — Clyde 
Lumbert Poole, 20, carpenter's 
helper, Virginia Beadi and 
Gloria Maxine Dunbar, 16, no 
occupation listed, Virginia 

lolttff • ikideinaii — David 
Randall Jolliff, 23, crane ooera- 
tor, Virginia Beach and Sarah 
Lee Bateman, 20. no occupation 
listed. Virginia Beach. 

Robey - EHdn — Ronald Earl 
Robey, 20, USAF, Virginia 
Beach and Dinah Sue Elkin, 17, 
no oecuoation listed, Fayettc- 
ville, N.C. 

Penrv • WWfinore — Kenneth 
Redding Peiry, Jr„ 21, student, ginia^eaoh 



VfRGINIA BgACH SUN, Thursday, April n;m^ 



Norfodt and Mary Linda Whit- 
more, 21, secretary, Virginia 
Beach. 

PrepiM • Davis — Dale 
Dean t)r«ssen, 23, USA, Fort 
Story and' Sue Ann Davis, 17^ 
no occu]:wtbn listed. Fort Story. 

Walton - Dooshty — William 
Martin Walton, 20, USA. Fort 
Story and Claudia Ruth Dough- 
ty, 19, clerk-typist. Virginia 
Beach. 

Donato - Gattfs — Brain John 
Donate, 24, USA, Virginia 
Beach and Margaret Ann Gat- 
tls, 20, no occupation listed, 
Virginia Beach. 

Blakeiy • Mabiey ^ William 
W. Blakelyt 22, USN, Newport 
News and Ctera Matney. 19. no 
occupation listed, Virginia 
Beach. 

S«llew - Bnskey — Joseph 
ft-ank Sellew, 23, school teach- 
er, Norfolk and Frances Ives 
Buskey, 22, teacher, Virginia 
Beach. 

Fmn • H«Tis — Lemuel 
David Fagan, 23, USN, Cuba 
and Linda Minchew Harris, 22, 
no occupation lifted, Virginia 
Beach. , 

An:iindMn - Heflin — dlickard 
Oliver Amundsen, Jr., 28, USN, 
Virginia Beach and Anna Raga 
Heflin. 32, beautician, Virginia 
Beach. 

McVey - deLeon — William 
Jefferson McVey, 44, naval of- 
f jeer, Norfolk and Pamela W. 
deLeon, 38, no occupation listed, 
Virginra Beach. 

SumeracU - Blackman — Ger- 
ald Sumeracki. 26, USN, Vir- 
ginte Beach and Kaye Black- 
man, l9, »6;s£cupation listed, 
Virginia Beach. .^.^,^„^- 

Paddack - Swindell —^ Laur- 
ence K. Paddack, 27, USN, 
Denver, Colorado and Geral- 
dine H. Swindell, 46, secretary, 
Virginia Beach. * 

Florfna - Snil%goii — Oiafles 
E. Fiorina, 20, USN, Dam Neck 
and "Janice Smithson, 17, iw 
occupation 1 i s l,e d, Virginia 
Beach. 

Luitis - Estes — Jackie J. 
Lantis, 35, USN, Virginia Beach 
and Olene Estes, 42, clerk, Vir- 
ginia Beach. _^:_.^ ^ 

Mayfidd - Jackso* — Syl- 
vester Young Mayfield, 22, USN, 
Oceana and Barbara Jackson, 
19, no occupation listed, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Conley • Ovoton — James 
Kenneth Conley, 22, USA, "Vir- 
ginia Beach and Je^ine Vemette 
Overton, 21, no occupation 
listed, Virginia Beach. 

Ni^iec • Resko — John Jo- 
seph Niemiec, 52, farming, 
Hastings, Pa., and Louise Mar- 
tha Resko, 41, no occupation 
listed, Patton, fa. 

Payne • Sewle — James Al- 
bert Payne, 22, self-employed, 
Virginia Beach and Peggy (N) 
Searle, 18, no occupation listed, 
Virginia Beach. 

Hurdle - Weeber — Theodore 
Aubrey Hurdle, Jr., 40, sea- 
man, Chesapeake and Mary Ju- 
dith Weeber, 27, colorist, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Adams - Capnto — Frederick 
Carl Adams, Jr., 18, log inspec- 
tor, Virginia Beach and Eliza- 
beth Roxann Caputo, 18, no oc- 
cupation listed, Virginia Beadi. 

Lytle - Hiriladay — Robert 
Eugene Lytle, 22, USA, Fort 
Story and Carol Jean Halladay, 
23, no occupation listejl, West 
Aliquippa, Pennsvtvania. 

Bri>b - Fytezvk 4- Richard 
'Lee Babb, 23, USN, Oceana and 
Patricia Fytezvk, 21, no occupa- 
tion listed, Virginia Beach. 

Bevan • Hlteliin«>8 — James 
Lathrop Bevan, 31, assistant 
sales manager, Virginia Beach 
and Patricia Raye Hitchings, 24, 
teacher, Virgihia Beach. 

MUl^Ean - Blaitfoq — Joseph 
Wayne Millipan, Jr., 23. baker, 
Virginia Beach and Nancy Lou- 
ise Qlanton, 21, secretary, Vir- 




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nol€i from Ujo 

Agriculturcil Agent 

By E. R. ISIdC COCKRELL, M. 



DONT PLANT CORN 
TOO EARLY 

Don't plant corn too early. 
Corn is a warm-climate annual 
which is grown under a wide 
range of weather conditions be- 
cause of its great adaptability. 
However, corn can be damaged 
by a large number of plant dis- 
eases. The estimated annual loss 
in the U.S. has averaged about 
12"/4 percent, or more than 
250,000,000 bushels. 

Many nonparasitic troubles 
are caused by improper tem- 
perature, moisture, or mineral 
deficiencies. Low temperatures, 
especially during the period of 
seedling growth, will oroduce 
disturbances in the plant, and re- 
tard growth. Continued low tem- 
peratures at this stage may re- 
sult in a browning, of the leaf 
tissue, depletion of food reserves. 
and invasion by soil-borne or- 
ganisms. 

If the plant is not too badly 
damaged oy the time warm wea- 
ther appears, the young leaves 
will recover and eventually the 
plants produce quite well. They 
are often retarded in growth, 
however, and sometimes never 
recover completely. , ^ 

During the last &w years 
many farmers have planted corn 
too early, when the ground was 
still cold and wet. In many 
plantings a few warm days oc- 
curred, tHe seed sprouted, and 
plants appeared above ground. 
Then if weather became unfav- 
orable for growth for a week or 
longer, these young plants fre- 
quently tum«l yellow and even- 
tually many of them died. 

Farmers usually blamed this 
condition on poor seed or weak 
germination. Tlie fault usually 
lies with the cold, wet, unfavor- 
able growing weather. 

Seed treatment with one of 
t h e recommend^ fungicides 
helps protect young seedlings in 
the ground for a few days. If un- 
favorable conditions continue 
too long, even seed treatmeirt 
will not save the crop. 

Wait* until ihe ground warms 
up enough to permit proper 
growth. This is usually about 10 
days after the last killing frost 
in the spring. 

YOIJNG ORCHARDS CAN 

PRODUCE wmr^! 

FOUR OR FIVE YE* ""5 

If trees are handled properly, 
young orchards of smaller than 
standard trees can be brought 
into production by the fourth or 
fifth year. _^^^ 

The costs of bringingS^ung 
orchard into production is 
around $1,100 per acre [for 
standard trees and close to 
$1,000 per acre for semi- 
dwarfed trees. 

To turn costs into profits as 
soon as possible we must fol- 
low a consistent intensified pro- 
gram of care on non-bearing 
trees. We should carefully study 
sites, soils, pre-planting prepar- 
ations, varieties, pollinations, 
and planting distances. 

This care should result in 
tfees of good vigor which will 
continue to renrain strong 




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SPENCE WILL TELL 
ABOUT SIAM TOUR 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Hun- 
ter Spence of Virginia Beach, 
who has just returned from a 6- 
month tour of Siam on Youth 
Farm International Ex;han»e 
program, will speak on his trip 
at the annual meeting of District 
I Federation of Home D.^Tion- 
stration Clubs April 28 in 
Chesapeake. 

He will be introduced by Mrs. 
Fleetwood McOanan. ho, me 
b."?aut:fication chairman, also of 
Virginia Beach. Spence will 
present Pennies for Friends'hip 
and Intemafional Understanding 
to the group. 

Keynote speaker will be Miss 
Nettie Yowell of the State De- 
partment of Ediica'tion who will 
discuss "Human Resource De- 
velopment." 

The meeting will be held in 
the Moose Hall on Gax^ 
Washington Hi^way in Chesa- 
peake starting «t 10 a.m. 



through the non-bau4ng ye|[k; 
In some ioMarKes in t^ ^ 
we have started with sfMl 
trees, weak trees, and 
plantings. The eariy 
tree growth was n<^ 
This was reflected in 
bearing and low 3^ields. 

Start out with well p^i#n( 
nursery trees with (Mie-y^^fM 
tops. The trees should be fonr 
to six feet tall and have trttdE - 
diameters of about five-eigttba 
of an inch. 

Examine xhs. ixts.% carefully 
for any evidence of iajiuy. Oii- 
colored bark means winter in- 
jury, and withered or wrinkled 
bark indicates that the trees have 
be;n allowed to dry out. 

If you hold the trees f<K a ' 
short period of time, k^p them' 
at l^tween 36 and 40 degiac»' 
Fahrenheit with thrw ot fair 
inches of wet straw or s4wl|Q(p 
over their roots. I sugget se{»r- 
ating the brees and beelinj th^m 
In— in soil on a well draupd, 
cool spot — if they murt be held ■ 
for longer periods of time.. 

The tree rooti should be ,ke^ ; 
wet at all times before plammg. 
Some growers soi^ 'die tres^ ia. : 
ponds of pools of water j^yata l 
days before planting, . 

I , recommend subsoiling the 
tree rows when tiie Mil is dry- 
allowing for greater cleavage — 
before planting. Don't plant the 
trees too deep. In transporting 
the trees to the field, kefp the 
roots in a tank of water. Whea • 
you remove the trees, keep A6 , 
roots (x>vered with a mOiiti»($d,. 
burlap bag. Never teave, Aii.> 
roots exposed to the air. Sfet the ; 
trees one inch deeper thad they ; 
stood in the nur^ry. To avwl ; 
air pockets, keep tamping the 
spil as you fill the Iwle. 

It is extremely IntpcMlam too, 
to maintain 9cm moisture after i 
the young trees hftve l«en 
planted, particularly during ex- 
treme drought conditions. J| 
rainfall is less than (me iq(^^f .* 
week, use five to six galkms ol ; 
water every IQ days on ycyuwg ■ 
apple trees. « 

As % protection ai^unst toot .^ 
injury, t su|^»t a ttIC treat- y 
ment; this diould not be noaite $ 
on newly planted trees until li^ ,• 
spring, when there is ^ulenc^ of ^ 
cons^erable new powth Pr«- , 
pare a stock solutbn ,0/^ JO 
pounds of 10 TOit^nt B||fc'pfi' 
100 gallons. Make a ugff&itf 
application <^ one gallon pa 
tree, keeping tiie a^ntica wv- ' 
eral inches avniy fimn 1^ ^ 
trunks. • 

I r^XMnmend tii# af^cation f 
of one - quarter io oiw - half ' 
pound of a 16 percent <» 20 \ 
percent nitr^e fertiliKr each ; 
month during March, April, and \ 
May of the first three ^yftafift."''' 
This treatment should gfoW ftl"; 
maximum amount of potential 
bearing surfoce without »• 
couraging cold izqury. ' 
CALCIUM INTAKE 
FOR LEGHORN HENS 

l^^ng hem need om^kr- 
able calcium in their d^tL for 
egg shells contain alnxnt mptt^ ' 
cent calcium. 

The Naticmal Researdi asttk' 
cil says the laving hen's iJiet 
should contain 2.75 percent cal- 
cium. This amount has not al- 
ways been found n^esMiy by 
poultry nutritionists. 

This is ncrt surprising, ho*'- 
ever, for many factors affect'cal- 
cium needs. Included are envir- 
onn^ntal temperatures, cak^ 
denaty of diet, strata or breed 
of bird, length of time in ^o-- 
duc'tion, rate of laying, and uas- 
of eggs laid. 

A test has just been com|rieted 
of calcium intaloe with 16 iptwpa 
of 87 each of commercial hybrid 
White Le^ihorn layers. The test 
covered about \ 3 months of egg 
production. \ 

It was found that for ten en- 
tire 392 days of production, cal- 
cium intake varied from 2.79 to 
2.97 perceirt, with an average trf 
2.88 percent Egg prtxkji^tim 
varied from 59 to 66 p«<^Bt 
(23?. eges to 259). 

For total population f« lite 
entire laying period, tfie cakd^ 
intake per bird was 5,35 
Howewr, pullets of ^ <nf 
breeds— starting ^ 1^ at otiiw 
timesof year-— «^ fM wd n^ 
aged tbe tme. w^M 
yield aomewlM d M«a< 
as to calsiiaa taMlSk 



m^ ^^, TtWrfd#y. April 22, J 965 



The Mixing Bowl 

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^wiE^m %mk S0N Food Edtor 

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In alinoft iA wayi the |iij)e- 
in* is miquc. ft^ • due, cal- 
Ortj-cOMCWtts frrfl, t»iA the 

WW of die worM's crop. Yet, 
pUnt historian*" ctn't airee as 
to w toher our gnpeCrak is a 
«p«t of tlie W«t Indum pomek) 
Cff o< the ttkk-skinMd Mat In- 
^a j JwddPdc JoH <o make 
Mv|i Boit oooAutog, it was 
alio (aUeil "Adam's Apple" or 
"R^fMid^ Fruit" in bygone 
d*^ to'aoderQ name, "grape- 
fnik" any fcawe been %wm to 
^ beonuM ttMw<»e tbou^ its 
tefor nigtii^ gnpes, but, 
umn tt^, b«aiise frdks are 
tariM k {Alters. 

A %uMi noMemao, it b 
tlionii^t, broiMJit ^e first grape- 
ftr«jt to Floritn in Ae «rly part 
of the 19tfa C«Hury. We cm be 
eMMi it was Florida, b^ai^ 
e<«i today 71.7% 6f the world's 
Mf^niit is grown b tihis state. 
Tstti, Armna and California 
ako sQpply considerable amouitts 
^ tiiis hvML What with A^ 
iMtiy ^nbtiK^^ova fi^b 
^qsefiruk n avaime in aU 
nx^k lamaiy ttitwgh April 
are j^ pedc monttis. 

C^ r^aoo we can alleys 
ftKl grap^ruit at the pnxhice 
nuu^ is diat this fruit oeetki't 
beislc^M ts so(m as mature. TIm 
friiK ^tt be sinred <» (be tre« 
for 4 ixmkiMtk^t ^nt if the 
viflfi^iter is eopl, btrt neifter 
ftw^ mw riMny. Amazingly 
t^lo^^ ttere are parts of 
SMten CMfomk where grape- 
froM may regain tm tiM tree IS 
ID 17 nnttte w k»^. Both su- 
OK^ awl redttci^ «W'' ^Q^ 
M tamue as <^ fruk cUngs lo 
1^ ttee. 

<to oottiunption df grtpe- 
frntt la ^ oMiMry has (touhled 
Mitf ^^EWlMd seveial tin^ 
sln« fe bejpi^g <rf this ceo- 
my. The t>^ reaKp Is ttot 
is b^n>mi9g increas- 
(felkious aod seedless. 
_ I^Mitfi^ are alim^t en- 
tt^ ^e(H^, aiMi many old 
Oite of seedy vamtle are being 
«^waked to convert diem to 

tjttpefruit Is a ^»d soiree 
^ Vi^iouo C haff a 5-inch fruit 
«aii|4ywg iWffe Aan the rccom- 
ppsM ^y allowance of as- 
0il^ ukt for i|p avera^ aduK. 
Wbe» ^y»^ griiwfiruk by the 
pm^A, ^nm about 1% servings 
' '^, c^eajA) per pound (rf 
It pimAased. 



capen, parsley, ^dOe reli^ 
sak, black pep^i^, paprika, 
grapefruit juice aikj wine vine- 

fir. Beat with a notary beater, 
eel grap^ruit, bcii^ sure to cut 
<^ aU Ae white portion. Cut 
grapefruit into seotxMS, r^iov- 
ing all membrane. Add vinai- 
grette sauce. Refrigerate 30 min, 
utes. Swve on lettuce. Garnish 
witft green pepper and red [h- 
mwnto $tri{M. 
YIELD: 6 servings 

AmcadoSiiMl 

3 fr^ grapt^uit 
< I fresh avocado 
Fn^ ienxm jui<» 
IXced avoca<k} or avocado balls 
2 ^lesiKKMis fresh lemon juice 
% cup fresh grapefruit juice 
! t^iespoon hcmey 

Cut Dapefruit in halves cms- 
wise. Take out the membrane 
between the sections. Cut out 
dw center and kxMen sectipns 
from rind. Wash avocado, cut in 
half and remove targe teed. Oit 
avoca<k) itto piecn, same size 
aod shape of g^pefiuit s^tions. 
Brush with lemon juice. Put 4 
ot 6 avocado secticMir in a ^- 
teni b^weeq ||apefruit s«;tions. 
FQI centers wiA diced avocadcs 
en- avoca(jb balb. Combine lem- 
on juice, gra^fruit juice and 
honey. Beat witii a rotary beat- 
er. Spoon a tablespoon over each 
serving. 

YiaO: 6 servings 
fnA GiapefriritaMi 





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1 taUi^iDOflr i^ltta 
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^ COT fmSk ^p^iiit'juke 
4' ttmngoom frcik lanon juice 

^ «iy oi^KmiaiK 

2 (^ peded and deveined 
mrimp, ^ssA 

% CBD diceii Wlery 

SectioKf fstim 2 6esh ^apdruk 

r medium avooido, pe^d and 

siif^ ^^ 

Salad greens 

Soften geUtitte in cold water. 
Add hot nnto^ and stir until 
gelatine is diuolved. Stir in su- 
gar, paprika, salt, grapehiiit and 
lentoB juices. ChUl until mix- 
ture facfias to diicken. Fold in 
jnayofUttise. ^inip aiMi celery. 
T4m toto ao <^d S-cup ring 
mold. Chih untii latad is firm 
and ready to serve. Turn out 
onto a serving jri^. Fill cmter 
with grapefruit sections an! avo- 
caxio slices. Canish plate with 
salad graeitf and additional 
gnuMfruit sec^ons.' %mvt with 
Anponabe. 
YlBtD: 6 to 8 serving. 

y* cup olive <tf ^d oil 

2 teaspoons grated fresh Qnjtm 

1 teaspoon chc^j^ diives, 

op^pnal 

teasnoon c^^^ capm 

clwj>^ freA {w- 

>ons pukte relish 

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2 medium-sized fre^ grapdruk* 
1 lai^e sweet red onkm 
Salad greens 
French dressing 

Fed grapefruit, being sure to 
renove all the v^te portion of 
the skin. Qit Into Mctions. 
Drain well. Aftange on salad 
gr^ns alt^ating with onk)n 
slices. $ej|e with French d«»s- 
ing. 

*24 grapefruit sections 
YIPLD: 6 servings. 
WnA GmN-'rvit ^ 

WHfc Vaitaltai 

Cut fresh grapefruit in half 
crosiwise. Remove seeds. Run 
a ^arp poiiit<»i knife around the 
inside of the rind, separating it 
from the pulp. Now, separate 
the pulp from the membrane, di- 
viding the actions. Snip out the 
center cott whh scissors or sharp 
knife. Sprinkle eafch with 1 tea- 
spoon sugar, if desired, or use 
one of die following: 
} teaspoon ^enadifie 
1 teaspoon mint jelly 
I teaspoon honey 
1 teaspoon brown sugar 



SUMkER COURSES 
OFFEIED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 
number "^bf summer Itome econ- 
omics couTKs wiU be <^fer^ at 
tte KeUam H^ &dK»l spoa- 
scwed by tin; vii^ia Beach 
Recrmtun Oepartnwnt 

The courses iochiding tailor- 
i^, begiiming sewing, furniture 
reflnisbing, drapery construc- 
tion, needleciaft aoid rug hook- 
ing are for bc^ teen-agers and 
aduks. datses wUl be held 
twice a w«k f^etween 9 a.m. to 
1 p.m. from June 21 to July 30. 

Individuals may take a maxi- 
mum of two courses at $10 per 
course. Deadline will be May 1. 

For lUrth^ inftmnatk>n con- 
tact tiie RecreMion Departnwnt, 
Oceana, 428-1686. Applica|ts 
will be nc^i^ of first meeting 
date. 

BARIOW HONORED 

CHARLOTrpVHXE. Va. 
— A Virgiifia Beach youth was 
one of the 66 '^dents at tiie 
Univewity of VJiginia to be 
awarded intermediintc honors by 
the deans of flicir schools re- 
&mthf at the Univsisity's annual 
Fourirfer's Day celebration. 

He is Timothy Barrow, a 
third year student |n the S(*ool 
fli Afduteetitfc, »fl of Mr. and 
Mrs. Oarlaid Barrow of 2005 
BbiebeiTy R<»d. 

in^n^iate hnpvs r^xsg- 
n^ Jbat a ikudent has nnin- 
tained a confioual high acadmiic 
^ta^#g dui^ ho Gm tv^ 
vmn at ^ Cwwsity. * 



NORPMjK — Next Septem- 
ber for die fir« time Noffblk 
Ac^ihy will otter Russian. "Ilie 
coune will be iimked to ten 
tojAomores «*o denKtastme a 
h^ aptitiKle for die stody <rf a 
hi^^ Uncage. The asurse 
will be tauHH bv John A. Fa- 
hey, presently a Norfolk Adam- 
emy master teaching European 
and World History. 

Fi*ey is certified by Ae Vir- 
ginia State Board of Educatkm 
to teach Russian in serondary 
schools and is a m<»aber of the 
American Associatmn <^ Teach- 
en of Slavic and Eaatera Euro- 
pean Languages. He began his 
studies of Russian at Bi^ Un- 
iversky in 1946, then Attended 
ttie US. Navj^LaiKuage School 
for intrant tote^ lai^age 
study. In 1949 tiie U.S. Navy 
qualifted him as an interpreto- 
and translator of tfie Russian 
lB]«U8ge. The N<»folk Academy 
master also is one of the few 
native-bcmi Americans to be 
flualified by die U.S. Navy to 
be an instructor of the Russian 
language. 

From 1957-1960 Fahey head- 
ed the U.S. Navy Foreign Lan- 
guMe School in Washington, 
D.C. and was responsiUe for 
administering and supervising the 
conduct of language instructi<m 
in nine foreign languages in- 
cludii^ Russian. Graduates of 
the Navy school, now ^ De- 
feme Language Instku/:, ^re 
assi^ied to embassies, missions, 
and other p<sts in foreign coun- 
tries. Durii^ the crisis years, 
1960-1962 Commander Fahey 
was assi^Md to the Commander- 
in-<^icf of the Sovk^t Army in 
Ea^ Germany where he served 
as a Russian interpret and liai- 
son officer to Soviet Marshal 
K<miev and General Yakabov- 
sky. 

Fahey considers Russian to be 
an extremely important and cri- 
tical foreign language, and states 
ttiat, "triage ^ qualified Rus- 
sian linguists exists in many 
fields. However today, modem 
intructional methods permit 
rapid assiroulation of a foreign 
language. Early introduction to 
fUi^ian wUl result in high pro- 
^enoy and oppottu^'ties for 
advanced adiievement in Rus- 
stan and related subjects in the 
university A new trend in the 
study of Russian at the univer- 
sky levd is to present history, 
govemmem, and polhical sci- 
ence tectures in the fore<:p lan- 
guage. In die future, college- 
bound students will be expected 
to be conversant in the language 
prior to matriculation." 

Commander Fahey, a Virnnia 
Beach resident, lives at 3624 
Roval Palm Arch, Virginia 
Beach. 



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by BaM7 Dfri 



At the recent meeting of the ViMinla Home Ec. Am*n. ttere 
were many prcsentttk>M <rf value to fcmUte. 

One concerned pdnu to <» considered fai sekcting a lamp. " 




BHtj Ded 



The heigjit <rf Uble plus the height of the lamp to die bmom 
of the shade should he 38 to 42 inches above the Tloor. This puts 
the bottom of the shade at eye level. At this height the light is not 
m the eye but on the bocA. — 

U Ae lamp is a floor type, dus is also true. 
However, if you have «te in whicto the bcMtom <rf 
die shade is too hi^ above the floor, place tlw 
lamp to the ri^t <w left near comer of Ahb chfir. 
To do diis die ch^ must be at least 10 to 12 
inches from the wall. 
Shade— 

The shade rtould bleiKi with walls agaiiwt 
which it is seen, i.e. light shades against light 
walls The inside of the shade should be white or 
very light regardl«s of wall cobr. 

The bottom dtam^ Aould bt no 1ms than 
16 mches for a lamp wed for reading, knitting etc. Lamps with 
taller, narrower shaiks an be user for general lighting of the 
room, TV viewing but net for readii^j. ^ 

So when buying a lamp go armed widi swA information as 
Uie height of tiie tat^ you have. Measure d» lamp (from table 
to bottom of diade) you are amsideriM. These two figures should 
add to 38 to 42 indies. • 

BcMcr ligkl MMM belter ii^ 

• ♦ • ♦ 

Eating out! It's a thrill; it's a cl»re; it's an occasion; it's a 
daily occurrence; it's a way to eat; It's a butgcl strain. EaUng out 
is all diese things and many more. Your opinion <rf it will vary 
with your mood, the occasion, and your pcr«maHty. 

Any way you look at eating out though, it's big business. 
There are over 190,000,000 Americans, and during a period of a 
week one-third of us eat at Jeaat oni mw^out. This, of course, 
mcludcs pec^le who cat every meal out, sdiool children with their 
sdiool lunches, persons in hospitals, die couple or family out foe 
a celebration, die tourist, and many others. TTiink of it — more 
dian 60,000,(X)0 people eating out some time this week. 

Think of all die restaurants and other eating places it takes 
to feed that many people Actually, there's never been an exact 
count, but it is known that there are more than half a million 
eating out places scattered throughout the country. As you Icwk 
around your own communiy, f'm sure you'll be surprised at how 
many you have there— schools, hospitals, restaurants, drug stores, 
variety rtorcs, and perhaps many otherr. — . ' ■ - — ,- - - 

Eating out also is big money in dollars' and cents. Sales by 
eating and drinking establishments, up 7% in 1964, suggest that 
more food is being marketed through away-from-home eating 
places. Prices of such food were up 2%. Country-wide, one-fourth 
of the total food dollar goes fo renting ut. If you figure on a total 
national food bill of almst $70,000,000,000, this means tfiat more 
than $15,000,000,000 go for eating out. That's qtiite a bit. Again, 
this is an average. Some persons wUl eat all meak out; some will 
seldom if ever eat out; of us most eat some meals 'out. ^r^^-^ 

Eating out! It's a vital part of our food shopping today. And, 
just FAe any food ^pping, we tend to pick where we spent our 
money by what values we hold at a particular time. For a hurried 
lunch, we pick one type of eating pjacc; for a snack, we pick an- 
odier type; tpr a celebration, we choose still another type. From 
among diose one-half million eating out places, you may choose 
a type, a quality, and a price structure to suit almost any taste 
and any budget. 



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Oathp GivtB 

WASHINGTON — Post- 
masters and assistant postmasters 
are being auAorized. when re- 
quested, to administer the oath 
of of{i<% to lob Corps enrollee« 
without cha^. Postmaster Gen- 
eral John A. Gronouski an- 
nounced Tuesday. 

Job Corps, a major youth pro- 
gram in the President's War Oi 
Poverty, assists young men and 
women 16 dirough 21 who are 
out of school ai^ out of work 
by providing them with the ne- 
cessary education and work skills 
which will make them more em- 
ployable. 

Mr. Gronouski said that re- 
quesb had been received from 
the Office of Economic Oppor- 
tunity, which operates the Job 
Corps program, asking the De- 
partment to take this action, en- 
abling enrollees to travsl as fed- 
eral employees entitled to free 
transportation to assigned duty 
station 

If enroUec^ are not sworn in 
before traveling to a center, they 
must pay their own transporta- 
tion, which would mean a hard- 
ship for most of ^e Job Corps 
enroU^s ' 

Under the new procedure, Mr. 
Gropouski has ordered provi- 
sions inserted in the Postal Man- 
ual, enabling all of the a{^roxl- 
mately 34«W0 jwstmasters to 
administer the <»th of office to 
the Job Cdrpsma^ in or near 
their home towns. 

"We «re pNated to be abte 
to 4o ^ iji^ happy that our 
faciB^ — wlHch cover the 
country — rtjate it possible for 
us 49 lend a liai^ in tit« vM 
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LOVELY, PRACTICALLY NEW 7 - ROOM HOAAE, LOCATED ON A CORNER LOT IN PINEWOOO GARDENS. 
3 BEROOAAS, H/2 BATHS, DINING ROOM, DEN AND STORAGE AHIC COAAPLEiaY fi^JSULATED AND 
^EAT-HERSTRIPPED, CITY WATER AND SEPTIC TANK. EQUIPMENT INCLUDES REFRIGERATOR, ELECTRIC 
KITCHEN RANGE MAY BE PURCHASED FOR $100. OWNER WILL $EU VA OR FHA. IMMEDIATE 
OCCUPANCY. 

COUAUN REALTY 

228 VIRGINIA IIACH 8LVD. 
PHONE 428^6000 
^ THIS DESIRABLE HOME AND MANY OTHERS OFFER^ BY 
REAITOR MIMBERS of VIRGINIA BEACft MULTIPU USTING SMVICE, inc. 




AC)(JLS RIAl ESTATE 
1033 Laskin Roacj 
^ne42B-§525 

JIM ADAMS REALTY 
1764 L^ln Road^ 
lHipne-428-3610 

ANCHOg REALTY 
3^h li Padfic Ave. 
Pbone'42^-7421 

COMMONWEALTH REALTY 
2242 Great Neck Road 
Phone 464-3534 

COOPER REALTY 
504 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-1330 

COURAHM REALTY 

228 Viriginla Beach Blyd. 

f»hone-428-60dO , 



CALL US TODAY 

DICKSON REALTY' 
2605 Padfic Ave. 
fhone 428-6501 

DUCK'S REAL gSTATE 
323 Laskin Ro^d 
Phone 428<4882 

GOLDTHWAITE rIeALTY CO. 
242 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 
PHONE 428- 6868 

JARD REALTY CO. 
200 25th Street 
Phone 428-6666 

KELSEY REAL ESTATE 
2706 Pacific Ave. 
Phone' 428-7041 

KNIpHf REALTY 

3320 Virginia ^each Boulevard 

Phone 340-6892 




DAVE MILLER REALTY 
1825i\7irginia Be^ph Blvd. 
Phone 428-3822 ^ 

S^YREALKTATE ♦ 
222 Great Neck Road 
phone 340-8444 

MARGARET P. TQMf^lCINS 
Mayflower Apartments 
Phone 428-7721 

WAINWgl^HT SE^TY 
2^ Atlantic f^i 
Phone 428-25 Ii5> 

WHITEHURST REALTY 
Lafkin & ^\^top Ro^d^ 

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UNGHORNE INSURANCE AGENCY 
2606 Pacific Ave. 
Phone -428-6461 



LARASAN REALTY CORP. 
25th & PACIPK: AVE. 
PHONE 428-4110 " 



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Virginia H. Absalom to B. 
0. W^s. parceL ptot ol Bayside 
porough; ux S165. 

Thelma R. HamHtoo to Etbel 
A. Ackels et al, k«. 76, plat of 
Eastern Park seq. 1; tax $18. 

Fcrebcc'i, IiHJ. « af to Lamp- 
light R«itof Corppratbn, krts 
1-14, 25-58, block 4, lots 1-38, 
block 5 and lots 1-15, bkwk 6, 
plat of Windsor Woods sec. 2; 
tax $32i.50; • 

Roan Consttvotiott Gorpora- 
tipn to llaymond L. Aflderstm H 
ux, k)C 8, block 3, ^at of Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza wk. 9; tax 
$18.90. 

j^i^ C. Haffey et ux to 
WorfM Sampson, Jr., lot 9, 
bkK^ L, plat of take Shnid! 
Terrace sec. 7; tax $36.75. 

Iain» R. Su^i^ et ux to 
I>iQcan H. McArtfcur d al T/A, 
k4 (0, block 12, ptat of Princess 
Awe Ptoza tec. fl; tax $15.90. 

iHs\m Ijmfkycm Nottiog- 
haoi et ux lo orelwy Realty 
Qm(MratioD, lot 7, riat of West- 
v^ ViUage; tox $20.23. 

" * T Un^rfett et ux to 
p. 9^ et ux. hM 2, 
b|^'G, pitf of ^^erry Puk 
s^: 1; tax $23.40. 

Gerald Jacobs<w et ux to 
H. Juttm et ux. Id* 19, 
43, ^t of Princess Anne 
sec. 5; tax $24. 

t^Onald Ixniii Heike et ux to 
[HM P- NiniLetn, Jr. et ux, 
S, btock *t, plat of Pdi^ 
oodssec. 2;^ tax $30. 






ur T. Swirsky, Jr. ^ ux 
to Jolili N. Ryan i$ ux, lot 478, 
plat of Tbiwoughgood sec. 3; 
tax $39.75. 

David B. Kinney- to Norfolk 
Paint Company, Inc., 1.821 
acres, irtat (rf Bi«clm»o4 Oar- 
dens; tax $79.95. _^_^_._^ 

Harold B. Taylor et u? to 
Chesapeake Investments, Inc., 
lots 4,, 5, 6, 26, 27, 28, block 
26, also tote 1,2, 3, 23, 24, 25. 



block 26, piat ol Sunoytwool^ 

tM$73.T5. 

Cleveland A. DavU et ux \b 
BenjaiQin V, Sterling at ux, 1^ 
t> ?i6d narcel A, block 2, plat d 
Tba^ Manor; lax $|5. 

Dream Conilrw^km Corp. to 
Ri(4tard L. Strobkorb et ux, kx 
11. block 2, plat of W^ Alan- 
ton ^. 4; tax $43.50. 

Harry l^iKy CwpcHvtion to 
James W. R^u et ux. kX 25, 
plat of Kings GraiM sec. 5A; tex 
$3«,50. 

Warren M. DWiflroon et ux 
to William P. MdCimiey et ux, 
k^ 47, plat of Home^ead sec. 1; 
tax $35.25. 

Elionc Wood et vir to Geo. 
Peacock, ttci. Ml 56, jrfrt of 
t%alia Gamiis; %i |36.7$. ' 

OTiam t &P et ox to p. 

Mafiba sec. 8; ^j IW-W ' 

fofca Jo»^ Ifui^ac, Jr. 

et ux to I^aW B. wMt m ^, 

lot II. blo$ 39;j^t'^lrli#s 

^ne |^a» sec. 5; ta» $24.60: 

V|»|COfl l8\^^MS, tiK. to J. 

H^ #aC6y, lir: ^ w, pirt of 
ton 17, 38, fejci* It; m of 




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W. Lmuc et ux^WTI/ bl^ 
plat <rf Acagooa Viftige ^. 4; 
bx $18.45. 

Raymq^ Jt. Hembree et ux 
to Oana IMqii liiiM «i 01, 
tot5.bJo<|ll;_#MArwNto 
sefc. ft;tM:|2|.; 

Pico mell^ %«»tk^ et 
als to Fn^^k p. lUiB, |r, 
et ux, lot 30, bto^t 1«, ^at bf 
i^Qc^ss Anne Plaza s^. i}; tax 
$21'30. 

Iteold Ve«t<Hi pidds et m to 

ttock* 46, dat of ArapH^'^- 

id«wd |. AiuDist et ux p 
Carl E: Corrert ^ ux, tot 20. 
block 12, pha pf Princess Anne 
Plaza sec. if; tax $21.15. 

Lynnhaven Colony Corpora- 
tion to Gewgc V. ]RLpM H 0|L. 




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fhal can cut out ' iHe 1$f Sale- 
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time. Won't jar out, fc^ 
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for work at any ^\ipe. Erp- 
tects agfalnst rust, scuff, 
wear, IHcl ppffHSJpn. 

Fire Chief — the econqjiiica}, 
cIjiuate-controBed gasolifve 
th^'s blended right for th|s 
area. Assures", last starti, 
smooth w^pn-i^, f u 1 1 
powtf.' 



Q. I, IPP C(MIPA|y 

tQ. tny^ 7^7 



tot 11, Bltt <rf ^!^ ^Mi; jax 
$24.tt. ^ '^ ' r-- 

Ray ft.^fiTM.kAat. 
block B, plat jiT^*,Food Oaf- 
dens sec. %, 1^ II4.W. ' 
Joba U^i^ et ux to An 
- "' Ai^ « ux, tot II. 
iNbay Mamr; tax 

p. ^pod ^ ux to Wal- 
.>rt#, tot 15, btock 
IT, if, bteck 12, plat 
^. 0; tax $24. 
ir. et ux IP 
tfoa CqAoni- 
tton. tot 1$, t^k L. ^ Qf 
Point • O'Woodi sec. 2; tax 
$27.4$. 

Iffilpiu C pn^les et als to 
Gordoo B. 1k^ et als, parcel, 
plat of dreat ?feck; tax $21. 

Mary W, Harcum et vir to 
'R(*ert S. CreaAoer et ux. part of 
lots 17, 19, block 29, plat of 
Virginia Beach Development 
Comj»ay No. 2; tax $26.25. 

Rev-Mil Corpontkm to Prop- 
erty Buyers, Inc., tot 209, plat 
<rf Westmoreland Estates sec. 1; 
ttix $15.30. 

Ftoyd T. Deary, &. et ux to 
Fteyd T. Deary, Jr. et als, site 
A and parce,, plitt of Hilltop 
Shopping Center; tax $45. 

|R«J Brook Corporation to 
Richard 1. Oley et ux, tot 11, 
block K, plat of PofaK O'Woods 
sec. l;'tax $29.55. 

Herbert R. Anderson et ux 
to William E. Same «« ux, tot 8. 
btock M, plat of Lake ^ith 
Terrace sec. 4; tax^ $44.25. 

HaUmark Construction Q^rp. 
to Joseph B. Davis, Jr. et ux, 
tot 8, block M, plat of Hunting- 
ton sec. 2; ■tax $32.25. 

Hallmark Consb-uction Corp. 
to Gerald F. Tullis et ux, tot 
16. block M, plal ot HuiHii^ton 
sec. 2; mx $29.55. 

Emil Realty Dirporation to 
Oement Edwin Swinehart et ux, 
lot 3, btock 45, plat of Pembroke 
Maoor sec. 4; tail $32.40. 

Nap<^iano ^R^Ky Corpora- 
tion to Jack D. Hottie et ux, lot 
9, block 37. pllt q{ Pembroke 
Maax lec. 4rttx $2X35. 

Mill Russ Construction Com- 
pany, Im;. to (Rc^sert Donald 
Sonnev et ux, lot 13, block B. 
i>]at m Princess Anne Pluia sec 
13; tax $21.45. , , 

ingleside Holding (^orpora- 
Iton to E V. W|l^ms Company, 
fnc., parcel - near Burton's 3ta- 
tton; tax $60. 

Kathleen B, Grier et yir to 
frank P. Grier et ux, 2 parcels - 
olat of Kempsvilie Borough; 
^ax $22.50. 

G & S Corporation to James 
N. Norwood et ux. lot 15, block 
M. plat of Lake Smith Terrace 
^: 5; tax $44.25. 

Cosine Realty Corporation to 
Mason B. Dickens et ux, tot 93, 
olat of l.i^keville Estates ses. 
2-A; tax $23.40. 



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AUm Lcstvr Pl'\^ ^ ^'^e 
TNmas BiDnry, Sr et ut, pwffM- 
t^m <a property of AQiep tester; 
W $20.25. 



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pu^pe R. 

^t of Lyoj^ai 
1167.55. 
C^rge T. Bwy ft 

James N. Berry et iw, 
plat of ^air Mrad^s; 
$25.50. 

Ev^ David Kikv ^ n to 
Wi^ Wil^d IH^ W «!, tot * 
7, ijlock 5, plat t^aw^^fl- 
l^e aee. 12; t^x ^.|f. ♦ 

Tali»i<l^e M Walton et «x to 

F. Me Wum^ ^ 2^> i^ f% 
plat oT l^^wootf ' P«rdeis see. 
2; ^ $17.10. 

Poim-O-View, Inc. to Rcft>eit 
Meerman ^ ux, tot 1 1, blcx^ ^, 
plat of Point -0-Vkw; tax' 
$37.50. -\ 

Roan Constriictton Corp., lb 
John v Htaiai TiAwiet w, ki,7, 
bkKk 2, plat of Pnaa^ Aqba 
Plaza sec. 9; tax $18.30. 

iRidgdield GcvporattoB It^ 
Vincc« E. Cooke «t ux, lot 15, . 
Mock 20, p^ of Arrowbepd • 
sec. 5; tax $29.25. 

Stancfard De\^topen, Inc. ti|^, 
Allan Jerome Femheimer et vOi^:, 
tot 26t plat of Kings Grant s^ l 
1; tax $25.35. : T 

Morris H. Fine et al to DffHd 
A. Barber, tot 13, 14, 15, btoct 
1, pirn of Hollaod Terrace; tloc^ 
$15.15. 

' David A. Barber to ESa" 
Smith, lots 13, 14, IS, btock Iv ' 
plat of HpUaod' terr^; ti^E 
$15.15. Ji*'.« 

M#rley Y. King et ux tq 0»' 
Invaan^jrt CorponOkA, k^^^^ 
plat of Syer Tract; tax $49.5a " 

Robert L. Staaford to 
Investment Corp., lot 15, 
17, plat of C^atan B^cii; 
$23.70. ^ *; 

Sottthway Building Cons %> ' 
Harold E. Keating et ux, lot '^* 
btock 3, plat of Priacc^ Amo'' 
Plaza sec. 8; tax $32.25. ^'' • 

Raymond R. Hembree ci%i'\ 
to C^nt^ £. Ardicr et uxV'tot 
31, plat of Westm^eland E»- 
ta^; tox $16.2^. 

Ccmjinental Ei^rprises, 
to Robi^ If. w^ ^ ux,i>t 
block 2, pfat of ^dsor Wfi 
sec. I; fax $20.25: 

C^tlnentri Eirt«|»ises, fi^ 
to Gerald Robert S^ <^^B^ 
tot 22, block 2, plat <rf WteJ®^ 
Woods sec. 1; t& $23.25.^^^ ' 

Albert Perkins Martin « mM 
Mar-Pat Corporation, lot 33. j®' 
of Bra^jrd Acres; t»» $19:^ 
;wa^C. Cox.fc«#i 
Jo8j# E Nicholas et ux. tolf 
block 50, plat of Aragona 
lage sec. 7; tax $20.70. 

Amos Wbitncv ^sm, II 
lix to Eugene F. Brown et uL,„ . 
9, plat of Wolfsnare Wantatiadi, 
tax $36.45. ^^*' 








Now that spring has finally arrived, I am sui^ tfut you a^'atf 
anxious to stert wearing this season's fashions. Therefore I ¥^tUtl 
like to discuss the styles and colors used in the spring garHK 
fw 1965. 

In ^oenil spring f8yhio||? for 1965 have an air of fe 
whic|» ir^it^ed by soft tK^ 1^ lAfk^ mm fr. 
IP cKfiping ii«« eropha«g k^ewg plac^ 
<|etail. 

Mapy of you aa probably \^tt^^'m 
eifhec p^ii|g (^Buying spring coats, aijdiroiikl 
tberelbtiB tike to kno * iittto moR a§but ^fl^' 
far 1965 Tiiis seaso . coats will have ^irow 
a^d ^aight a^ thus cr«8tin| a neat 1^ 
taitored cffwt. XkHible bref^d CMts #ill also 
tN? seen. Small ipHed cdliars, Wk \M$ w^ vents 
win be tfj^ vbgud: Thp narrow cMt wift liiAe- 
fjiues be softly belted wifh l^dicr. ' 

In 0e spring, iiiits arc always anltfoi iflt 
great importaWc«,>nd wu m> doMJt w^iFlfte 
to Wnow Hijat IS c^ die scciie in 1965. Th4s ymk the suit cont^'s 
to |e j^ee piece co^ume. Jackets will kiv| eased « stni|i^ 
jack's. EntiAasis is h^mg placed at the shDuldef fine, with hte^tstt- 
m Sleeves and small coUms. the leaflicr belted surf will ate Ite 

Spinr dMre for 1965 wiH feature inkier skir|», «ixt the 
skills \^lofi|o be pleated. The aecllines <» |touses aad #9ss^ 

will b*',so^er^ wtth less daring plunges. 

Everyone 1$ ahvays Intere^ed in sportswear, ^ this yfeW 
more ^t,wofe §h«pe a^d ^©re waistline jitfertwt wg^|c featurwl 
fn sf)ortsw«af, ease will come from bdow the waist with fiUlw 
skirts and attove ftiewa|^wit|| clingy, bias-art tott. Wltli d| «b« 
waistjine |a|^f(:fst»baft'wftl1jc more irjiwjria^^ *» . 

The cotors used this ^ll^g. in deals,' suits and dresse* will 
also Mp OTfiyey. a mofe lid|-like look '^ fasjuppj. Primary 
interest wH! lie in, the 1em*Jn|fie jabtcls, although the brjpht."lM)Id 
colors .}vi|I also TO on' ^e fcc|ie. Once a^aip. groups of colors 
will be njore iq\portaht,tJjan a^y single j)iade. 

Tl» shadier ^ green HthiiA w|ll be seen will ranxc all 'the 
way frbirt pale to- grass greeqs. ^lue will be rcpnaenttd oot only 
by navy, l^t also by shade from pale blue to ^eo aaua. Mari- 
gold rups the $m^ ffPiri the pale yeltows to the 
&)m^ boW r^ will be seen, but pinks and lila 
featured. The fjeutral ^f^s am also avai|«Ue, and 
especially sf^l this s-^-^- 



be 



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1965 wiTltetelpful to yOH^^ buyftig. mll^Kl 
g^meats £Qr spnial spiq|;tlii» o^askxtt. 



V^INIA UM>i WN, TNjrsday, Apr!! 22, 1965 




Khedive Shrine Variety Shew 



FOOTBALL XALLY? SUri«r M«eL«iM !• .hMra ^rticip«tiit 
IB « MM-«Mtoni football rally ia thu mam fron tlie 20ik CMtvry- 
Pox coMody IB aMM«-Scapo mmd D* Lax* Color, "Jolio GolJfoHb, 
Hmum C«m Homo" opoaiag Wo4ao«dUir at tito Boack Tlioatro. 

'GOLDFARB' OPENS AT BEACH 




Shirley MccLaine plaj^ a 
i jouriMltst usigned to cov«r a 

ml^i»sleni potentate's harem in 
Ae mm 20th Ontury-Fox wm- 
edy in Cinenia&»>pe and De 
Luxe Color, "Joha GoMfarb, 
9kim Come Home," which 
opm W^inegday at the Beach 
Tiiettre. Peter Ustinov co-stars 
M ^ potcmate, King Fawz, 
wA RidMrd O^na a« Jcrfm 
GcMfarb, an American U-2 pilot 
and termer football star downed 
a tttt Kingdom of Fawzia. . 
Ihe main components <rf the 
|t ^ |*« an footbaU md inteiiM- 
^Oml intrigue. Old King Fawz 

a^ vUm ma, who in turn 
footWL men GoMfarb 
^ * m Fawaa, the wheels be- 
spin in Fawz' head when 
Aat Goktfarb is a fam- 
I*iy«. Tlic Arewd 
mm ril his powers of 
w- -— ■ - deee|«ioB to <x)eice the 
11^ to wesad an Mnoican col* 
h^ footbaD ^ani to Fawzia to 
rtty Ac F«w2 V. team. 

0» *1rma La Douce" and 
"^^Km, * Way to Gor, "John 
^ttufb. Please Cwne Home" 
<Wt a wfc vark(y of txmk 
it(fK$»s to .liiipwciue Ae tiil- 
csb of SWricy MadLaine, w*© 
B teo^ tte top oMnedSenntt in 
^__^wwld today. As m^aztne re- 
paJto, haicm ravwke and cheer- 
leiivr, Mm' MacLaiae » rif^t 
sy to h«- iw^ neck in the 
wcxeOy goiagnm in tiie King^m 
«f f^amsa. A highH^ <rf her 
^tw ui aMc e HI aa liilartous 95- 
ytrt toudidown run for old 
Fawt U., ami Ae seqi^nce wiH 
m 4aM ntnk smn^y m a 
Mieen clasnc. » 

^^a^ is f^aydl by 

Oenna wk) is young, 

a skilled ocmiedian 

'a foiius M Ae kind of 

ealkid for io this rote. 

H • faiftiyar p^Kmality 

viev(«rs, due to hb lc»g- 

,____j lolei <» two popuTar 

tV w^m, •tour Mi» Brooks," 

^r*The Real MdDoys." 

IM^^ Steve ^rker, who 

k |W» #e im^Mnd of Shiriey 

'" tjJM, r^i2»l at tiw outset 

Kng Faw^j amid only be 

'' 1^ 9m ntto, and he was 





Peter Ustinov. Parker and Miss 
MacLaine flew to Ustinov's 
mountain retrea* in Switzerland 
and forped him to read tin script. 
Ustinov, who is renowned for his 
wnse of humor and wit, fell in 
k)ve with the idea and Ac pAe 
offered him and postptmed iU 
other work <o come to Holly- 
wood to make the film. 

WiHiam Peter Bhttty adapted 
the scre^piay of "J<An Gold- 
farb" from his best-selling novel 
of the same name, Directk>n was 
by J. Lee Thompson, who was 
iwponsible for "The Guns <rf 
Navarone," "Taras Bulba," and 
"What a Way to Go!". , 

The c»si also iiKlodes Jim 
Backus, Scott Brady, Fred Clark, 
Wilfred Hvde-White and Harry 
McM'gan. 



Hathaway lew 
Sports Director 



let Haihaway has been 
nam«! Sjpwts Direobn- fot 
WAVY and WAVYv:Q^accord- 
ing to an announcement made by 
J. GJea Taykv, prwident and 
^urtd Tomager of Tidewater 
Teleradio, Inc. (WAVY-WAVY- 
TV). 

Hathaway, a vderan erf almost 
20 yean in l»oadcasting, joined 
the WAVY staff in 1964 as ^n 
air personality and sportscaster. 
He began his career in Bin^m- 
ton, New York and has been as- 
sociated witii WJOC, Jamestown, 
New York, WENE, Endicottand 
pri<w to joining WAVY, he was 
on tiie staff at WNBF-WNHF- 
TV in Bui^amton. 

He has an extensive, back- 
ground in sports reportii^ in- 
cluding play-by-play of football, 
baseball and t^sketintll. He also 
ho^ed a tefevision bowling show 
f<» more Aan Aree years in 
Bin^mton. 

The new WAVY-WAVY-TV 
Sports Director resides wiA his 
wfe and six children in . Vir- 
ginia Beach. 



NORF<XK — Norfolk's Khe- 
dive ^n-ine Temple will present 
its annual "Shrine Variety 
^kjw" on Friday, April , 30 at 
8:15 p.m. at the Center theatre. 

Kurt Webster, popular 
WAVY-WAVY-TV pereonality 
will be rtie master of ceremonici 
for the dww Aat will feature ae- 
robes, magic acts, "can-can" 
gh-ls fw KhwJive's Arab Patrol; 
a sp^ial hula-hula routine by 
members of Khedive's l>um 
Corps, and other vopal, <»m«ly 
and dancing groups. Special fea- 
tured entertainers iiwlude Jim 
Meginley, «*o has been featured 
at Atlantic City's famed Steel 
Pier; "Grandma" Stephenson, 
and Hope Christopolus McReed. 



Music for At riiow will be 
provided by the airine orchestra 
uiKler the dir^Hioo of Clarke 
Godfrey. Special {rfaro accom- 
paniment will be by Gewn 
Whitdiurst. 

Tickets for the ^ww may be 
secured at the Khedive Mosque, 
Duke and Freemason Greets, 
Norfolk. 

The show will be repeated on 
May .8 in MaAews at the MaA- 
ews High School under Ae spon- 
torship of Ae Tidewater Shrine 
Club, 

James Gr^ has been ap- 
pointed chairman of the variety 
show by Khedive's HIiMtrious 
Potentate Berimrd C. Murden. 





'King David' Final Concert 



VANCE MITCH£LL AT WORK 



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AT STUDIO GAUERL-*; 

VIRGIN^ BEACH — Pamt- 
in^ by Vincc Mitchell are on dis- 
play at the Studio GaHery, Cy- 
press and Norfolk Avenues, daily 
from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sun^ 
cfays from 2-5 p.m. The show 
runs till May 9. 

Mitdiell, HlJorfolkian by birA 
and presently residing at Virginia 
Beach, studied aNthe Profession- 
al Art School and^Mlependcntly 
influwiced by the school of im- 
pressionism. 

He has exhibited his work 
since 1961 and has won many 
awards during Ais time. His 
paintings show Ae world he sees, 
wiA iaspira6(ms taken from all 
pittems of life, tempered by his 
ima^ation and influenced by 
his love of color (bringing to 
others Ae world as he sees it 

His paintii^s are in private 
and commercial collections and 
he is currently represented by Ae 
Studio Gallery, TwentieA Cen- 
tury Gallery, Bellaire Gallery, 
Winston-Salem Fine Arts Gal- 
lery, Mint Museum Loan Own 
Gallery and Atlanta Museum 
Gallery; and in permanent cd- 
lections of Ae Maryland Nation- 
al Bank, BaHimc»re; FUtron 
Corp., New York ) City; and 
Wachovia Bank, Otarlotte, N.C. 



Ocean View 

IIHIIIWHI6II 




VIRGINIA BEACH— Oueen 
AMlea XII (Luci Baines John- 
son) wUI get a pyrotechnic wel- 
come in Ae form of a fireworks 
exhibition Saturday, at 10 p.m., 
at ocean View Amusement Park. 

As a special motif for Ae 
Aow, Ae sky will be emblazoned 
whh "Welcome to Ae Azalea 
Qiwen" spelled put in glittering 
fire. Th«re will al^o be a special 
display of rockets which, when 
exploded, have an astonishing 
resemblance to azalea blossoms. 

This program is in addition to 
the season's regular schedule of 
free fireworks displays, wh;ch 
are held at frequent intervals 
and on all holidays during the 
summer at Ae jwrk. 

The outdoor stage remains a 
prime Saturdw attraction for the 
small fry durin<» the season prior 
to the openinc of Ae circus act 
schedule. Cand^ -^He-Clown is Ae 
star performer Acre just now, 
and on Saturday, the show will 
have the extra inducement of 
party games with many prize 
gifts for fortunate youngsters. 



cmm 



by y 

Tom Dorr 



NORPCMLK — The largest 
group of musicians to appear in 
Norfolk under Ae baton of con- 
ductor Edpr Schenkman, will 
present the beautiful, modem 
oratorio KING DAVID as Ais 
season's final Norfolk Symphony 
Ordjestra and Choral Associa- 
tion concert Monday at 8:30 
p.m. in Center Theatre. 

One of the most exciting mu- 
sical compositions written in the 
20A Century, KING DAVID is 
scored for chorus, orchestra, so- 
loists and narrator. The stage 
has been enlarged to accomodate 
the more Aan 250 musicians 
w*o will participate. 

Joining the Norfolk Symphony 
Orchestra and Civic Oiorus in 
Ae presentation are Ae 100 
men's anii women's voices of 
Ae Madison College Concert 
Ojoir and Ae New York Uni- 
wrsity Glee ciub.^=*'=^^=^*=^^^ 

Guest soloists tncTude New 
York artists, Nancy Killmer, so- 

CHARinBALL 

LITTLE CREEK — The 
1965 May Pole Charity Ball will 
be Ae second Qiarity Ball sup- 
ported by the Amphibious 
Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, but 
Ae fvst sponsored by the new 
Amphibious Force Atlantic Of- 
ficers Wives Club. 

The Ball, open to all Amphib- 
tous Force officers and thctf 
ladies, will be held from 9 to 12 
p.m., 1 May, at Rockwell Hall, 
U.S. Naval Amphibious 'Base, 
Little Creek. Reservations Aould 
be made through individual 
commands and mailed wiA 
checks ($1.00 per person) to^ 
Mrs. F. C. Caswell, 556 Caren 
Drive, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Last year donations were 
made to a number of worthy lo- 
cal and national causes. This 
year the present plan is to re- 
duce the number of donations 
but to increase their size in or- 
der to accomplish maximum 
benefit. 



rt PAYS TO 
ADVERTISE 
IN THE SUN 



prano, Elizabeth Mannion, con- 
tralto, and Jerold Siena, tenor. 

The symphonic psalm in three 
parts by Ae Frerrch-Swiss com- 
poser Arthur Honegger after a 
drama by Rene Morax includes 
addition^ text from the Scrip- 
lures. , „^ w^,„ *; ^ . ^ 

Norfolk's Joseph Friedcn will 
narrate the drama and Elise Si- 
mon will read the part of Ac 
Witch of Endor. 

Tickets for Ac concert may 
be obtained at the Center Thea- 
tre Box Office on the day of 
thp con,cert. Season subscribers 
unable to attend a single con- 
cert cooperate in making their 
tickets availably, thus enabling 
newcomers to the area to ob- 
tain individual concert ticket^. 
Additional funds thereby ob- 
tained from the sale .pf these tic-- 
kets go into the Symphony Sus-- 
taining PWtd. 



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DabbiaWahon. Ann Ktllay. 
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In "Profiles" drama. 

Kant SmlA. Peter Folk. 

Brian Ahcme. 

5. He's Gomer Pyle of the 
Marine Corps. 

Ed Sanders. Jkn Nabors. 
Danny Ames. 




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Bi 1954-55 Mr. Lj^ took a 
year of post graduate work at 
Ae University of Aberdeen, 
Scotland, tindter a\ FuJtfight 
Scholarship, ' ^ 

Mr. Ly^^jias cc«ne to the 
tfifst Preslpjflan Church, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Ixom the First 
Presbyterian Churdj in Dunbar, 
West Virginia, where he arvcd 
for seven years. Vtvst to that 
Mr. Lylcs was tiic pastor of the 
Marion Presbyterian Church, 
Marion, South Carolina. 

Mr. Lyks is married to the 
former Ruth Carter Pattereon of 
Stormy Point, North Carolina. 
They fcave two sons John Steed- 
man, Jr., 7, and WilHaro Patter- 
son, 5. They are making their 
ho^ in the church n^Qse, 303 
36tfa Skreet, Virginia Beach. 



ipV. MR. JOHN S. LYLES 

VIRGINIA «EA(i — The 
Rev. Mr. John S. Lyles will be 
formally instalted as pastor of 
the First Presbyterian Oiurdi, 
36th Street & Pacific Avenue, 
Sunday, at 5 p.m. 

Tlie service will be led by a 
Commisston of Norfolk Presby^ 
tery composed of the Rev. 
Messrs. Samuel O. McCammon, 
Jr., Wentz J. MiMer, l^obert H. 
Ramey, Jr., v^ h^Sxhi R. 
Bird; and Ruliiu BMirs William 
E. Renn, Jr., OMloi H. Hitch- 
ing$ aiid tn. W- B. Go^Qbader. 
Fojlo^l9i)g^ iielrm^e 8 rd;^oi^ 
wifthehekL ^ 

yjUHu^'h a native of Chw- 
ter^ Scmtfa Cpol^. He is a 
gradnal^ of l>nri(bMi College 
an(i of the 0«%li Ifi^dogical 
Semma^, RicbiMttd, Vir^nia, 
wiA degnees c^*B.I>; and TtiM. 



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Holman WiOi*, Jr.. CMriMA 

4-22.1? 



IMCI^ 8UH Ihursday, April 22, 1965 



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Sgt. Ralph McBriUe lias been 
named Fort Story's Soldier of 
the Month for April. He is a 
former recipient of tlie Hampton 
^oads Ctefense NCO of the 
Quarter-Award. He is fire con- 
trol section diief with "D" Bat- 
tery. 



Ton YEBLEN EXCELLS 

WASHINGTON, D. C. — 

Thomas C. Veblen, 616 Mil- 
bume Drive, Virginia Beach, is 
among the nineteen candidates 
from Washington D.C. area and 
nearby states entering the third 
round of oompe^ion lor White 
House Fellowships, at the 
Brookings Institution in Wash- 
ington. 

The Presictent will announce 
on June 28 the 15 White Hous? 
Fellows selected from a starting 
field of more than 3,(X)0 ai>pli- 
cants. 

Hie program was tf^tiate4 by 
the President to give outstand- 
ing young Americans tn oppo%- 
tunity to gain a year erf personal 
experience in me workings erf 
Ae Federal Government, and 
l^us an increased sense of (urti- 
cipation in national affairs. 

NOTICE 

This is to tK^y the public 
that the undersigned, trading as 
Forbes Candies will within ten 
days after publication of this no- 
tice apply to the Virginia State 
Alcoholic Beverage C o irt r o 1 
Board for a license to sell beer 
and wine for olf andon premises 
consumption. ' ' ' 

CAas. H. Forbes Jr., President 

Forbes Candiest Ihc, * 

T/A Forbes Candy and 

Gourmet Shop 

3lst & Atbntic Ave. 

Virginia Beach, Vii^nia 



Good AntMiiM At Tb« 
Plica of Uacd FonaA^ra 

M7 First CidoBial M . — O w a aa 
Open t to 9 «S.70M 



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• L16ALNOTICB 



NOTICE TO nil PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN ^ pursuajjt to Sec- 
tkm, 29-125 u^ 29-126 of ^ 
Code of Vtrginai, the Commo- 
sion of Game and Inland FiA- 
crics, m«ting it Richmond, Vir- 
ginn. March 19, 1965, ordered 
Ihe propel changes in its rules 
i^d wiU hold a PuUic Hearir^ 
for the purpose (rf adopting these 
I»oposed rules at Room 100, 7 
Horn Second Street, Richnwrnd, 
Virginia, 9:50 a.m. Mav 7, 1965. 

Amend Regulation 28 ttTpro- 
Wbit all trapping ^ or. yi(\6m 
25 feet of a beaver Igdge or 
beaver dam and no beaver pelts 
may be sold until sealed by ap 
agent of ^ Commission. 

Amend Regulation 13S to^ 
provide that under the provisions 
of Chapter 11.1 of the Cbde of 
Virginia a system of r^ulatory 
markers is herel^ adc^ed on 
all public watfrs of the State K>t 
marked by an agency oi the' 
United States. Regulatory maiic- 
ers will be a combination of in- 
temptional orange and white, a 
diamond shape with white cen^ 
ter denoting dan^n-, a diafntmd 
Aape w^ ioaidc crass idNM|if|(^ 
iw^bition of all vessels, a dr^ 
cte w'm wlfite center (fenoHng r 
osntrol or i«ftrictk>n, a rectan- 
gular shape (ienoting in{om» 
tion other than a dah^r, contro 
or restriction. Explanatory word 
mav be ad(ted to all marker 
and the operation df all vessel 
shall be goverened by any sue 
marker authorized by the Co*- 
mission. No regulatory"^ mark' 
or <rther waterway marker p 
fecting the safety, health or wel ■ 
bein^ of a boat operator, tr 
cepting those plac0 by a 
agency of the United States, sha 
be placed in, on or near the wr 
ter unless authorii^d by t^ 
Commission and such authorizf 
' markers shall be designcNd, plac' 
and maintained according 
rules prescribed by tin Co 
mission. 

COMMISSION OF GAME 
AND INLAND FISHERIES 
Holman Willis, Jr., Oiairmar 

4.2M 



NOTICE TO TWE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREB' 
GIVEN that pursuant to Se 
tions 29-125 and 29-126 of tl 
Code of Virginia, the Commif 
sion of Game and Inland Fish 
^ries, meeting at Richmonc" 
Virginia,' March 19, 1965, or 
dered the proposed changes i 
its rules ^d wUl tK>kl a fiubli 
Hearing for the purpose of actop 
ting mese proposed rules s 
Room 100, 7 North Secou' 
Street, Richmond, Vkginia, 9:3( 
a.m. May 7, 1965. 

Amend Reflation 2 to se' 
the season for hunting turkey- 
beginning December 15 thrcHigl 
January 15 in the counties eas 
of the Blue Ridge Mountains ex 
cept the turkey season shall re 
main closed in the counties of 
Accomack, Arlington, Bucking 
ham, Campbell, Charles City 
Culpeper, Essex, Fairfax, Frank- 
lin, Gloucester, Gooch land 
Greene, Greensville, Hanover 
Henrico, Henry, Isle of Wight 
James City, King George, Kin- 
William, Lancaster, Loudoun 
MaSbon, Mathews, Mecklen 
buig, Mi(kilesex, Nansemond 
N^hampton, Northumberland 
B^ck, Rappahannock, Rich- 
mortd, Southampton, Surry, Sus- 
sex, WestmOTeland and York 
and in tlw cities (rf Chesaprakf ■ 
Hampton, Newpofi Netvs awl 
Virginia Beach. 



NOTKrE TO 

•iOTICB 

Qivm ^M pvtmm n, 

tkm 29-125 a«d 29-126 of ^ 
Code <rf Virginia, Ae Commii- 
uaa oi Game mi Inland Fish- 
eriet. i^^iu alt Rlchnmad. Vir- 
flatt, ManC 19. 1965, <]n|»ed 
the prop<»^ chanp; in rU iu^ 
and will ho^d a PuUk H^fi^ 
few tlK purpi^ (rf a<h^in Uiis 
{wojxxed rule at iRocmi I w, 7 
fforth Second ^m, Richmond 
Virginia, 9:30 am. ^ay 7, 1965. 
AmeiHl ReguhKibo I to m 
the bag limit for deer o^j^ a day. 
two a license year, tint <rf which 
may he a doe, in the bounties oS 
Caroline, Essex, Isle of Wight, 
King George, King & Queen, 
Lancaster, Nanwmond, North- 
limberland, Richmond, South- 
amiHon, Surry, Sussex, and West- 

ool^^i^ 'add U1M a^ bf 

Cftesapeakc arid Vh^ia BeaCh. 
and t^ foitow^ HilUiiy Ar- 
e»i: dmp ^ary, cKbMham Anv 
nex, Fort Et^s, Laq^y Air 
fottx Sase, iNavri Weapon Sta- 
tion and Quantico. 
COMMISSION OF GAME 
AND INLAND FlSHERffiS 
Ekriman WUiis, Jr^^-Oiairman 

4-22- IT 



niQUC NOTKE 

In »xordance with tH-(wisions 
erf the 1956 Ftuleral-aid Hi^way 
A<^ a public l^arinf Will be 
bel4 I{y a repttsentatiye trf the 
Virginia tiefMrtment of High- 
ways in the Hermitage Etem»- 
tary ScImmI Auditorium at ^b- 
ins Comer on May 19, 1965, at 
10:30 a.m., Easttfn Standard 
Time, for the purpose ^f con- 
sidering tite construction of In- 
(kpende'nce Boulevard (Row 
225) in the City <rf Virginia 
Beach, from Virginia Beach 
Boulevard (Roivte 58) to Shore 
prive (Route W), as shown on 
the attached sketch. 

State H^ihway Commissicn 
of Virginia -_ :- 

April 15, 1965 

- , 4>22-2T 

Nona: 

VlipiHa: 

"fte regular meeting d th 
Council of the City of Virgini 
Beach wiH be held in the Circu" 
Court on Monday, April 2€ 
1965 at 10 o'clock a.m. a 
which time persons will b 
heard for and against the fo' 
owing proposed changes r 
oning, use permits, etc.: 

I. Application of Gultf Oi 
:!orp. by W. L^ Young for a U' 
'ennit for an iMitomobilc ser 
ce station on certiin proper* 
renting 165 feet on the Wc 
ide of Military Highway, U,*^ 
"oute 13, Beginning at th 
ouihem property line of t! 
loliday Inn Motel; having 
"2pth of 135 f^t along the Nr 

ern ai^ Southern proper 
nes and a width of 165 U 
ong the Westerjp property lir, 
empsville Borougn. 

II. Application of Pamo Cc 
oration by James and Conso 
Oj Attorneys, for a Use Pern' 
or an automobile service sU 
ion on certain property frontin 
',93.81 feet on the West side c 
'outh Witchduck Road, be^r 
ing at the South side of the pt< 
'osed Virginia Beach Toll Rwi' 
laving a depth of 223 fef 
long the Northern property lin 
Toll Road), a depth of 539.6 
ect along the Western propert 
ine and a width pf 300.11 fee 
ilong the Southern property lipf 
Cempsville Borough. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

City Clerk 

By: Deputy City Clerk 



Amend B^gulatkm 6 4o make 



COMMONWEALTH 

OF vmcnsiA 

b the Clerk's Office of Ih 
Cbcidt Court o( Ihe CUv of ^ 
liirfa Beach, oa the 6th (by o< 
Cpiil, 1965. 

OBOER OF PUI|LICATION 
CriESTER i. BURROW, 

Plaintiff 
against 
ESTHER M. BURROW, 

Defendant 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
"thoro to be later merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii, 
from the said ^fendant upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit ha^g been 
mad^ and filed that the &fend- 
ant is a non-resident d( tte State 
of VirginU, die last kn^mi post 
offwe ai^ess Ixing: iRfMte 7, 
Box 755;J l^nsacola, Florida, it 
is ordered that she do appear 
Iiere withiii ten (10) days alter 




dm puUktrtkm hereof, and do 
what Bo^ be n^^^ary to i»o- 
tect her interest in this suit. 

A ^py — Teste: 

Km V FENTRESS, Oerk 
4565 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
G^VEN and GUY p.q. 
V^|N|ia Beach, Vi^mia . 

4-15-4T 



426-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE /^<mON 



_ MJSlKteSS SEftVlO^ 



OMMMCmWSAtlH 
OFVmGWI^" 

pie Clot's oAb9 oC Ihe 
Co«rt of Ac C% «i Vlr- 
^la BcMh. Va., oa the 30di 
day of March, 1965. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
DIANE MOORE WHITNfeY, 

Plaintiff, 
i^inst 
ROBERT S. WHITNEY, Sr., 

I^fehdant. 

The t*ject of this wit is to 
plKai^ a divor<% a vinculo matri- 
outeii fiom the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of Adultery. 

Ami as affidavit having been 
made Md filed that the dbfend- 
ant is not a resident of the SNate 
of Vtti^ia, the last known post 
3lfice iddress being: c/o Mrs. H. 
TherkiWfeo, 508 St, J<*n Street, 
Portland, Me., it is ordered that 
he do appear here withm ten 
(10) days after due publfcation 
herecrf, and do what may be 
Itecessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 

A ©opy— -Teste: ^at 

JOHN V. FENTRE^paerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Kellam & KeUam, Attys. ^j. 
Board of Trade Building . 
Norfolk, Va. 

4-8-4T 

COM^WNWEALTH " 

OF VmClNIA * 

Ib the ClerTs Office of ttie 

Oicuit Conrt of flte City of VIr- 

0iiia Bcwh, on the 26th day of 

March, 1968. 

WALTER JEAN GHJJ^M, 
^ Plaintiff, against 
RUBY EDITH DUNCAN GIL- 
LAM, Obdchdant. ~" 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit i^'td 
c^itaia a divoroe a mensa et 
dK»o to be later merged into a 
decree of divorce a >'inculo matri- 
m<Miii from tiie said defendant, 
upon the grounds of constructive 
as well as actual (fesertion. 

And an affidavit havins; been 
made and filed that the defcnd- 
int is a rwn-resident of the State 
3f Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 904 Par- 
'>onage Road, Elizabeth City, 
Vcfftti CaKrima, it is ordered that 
ihe do appear here within ten 
'10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may b^ 
i^xssary to pit^ect her interest 
is tiih ant. 
A copy-^Teste: 
J0Ifl4 V. FENTRESS, aerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
•ni'.h &. Po\Mer p.g. 
'resge Buihfi^ 
forfolk, V^ginia 

' 4-1-4T 



3! Building — Rapairing 



NOTKSE! 
Contr«t«i$S^& H<Mne Bullder^^ 
LM US help yott with that ue« 
home — addkions— or repairs. 
We can fuml^ natmals from 
basen^nt to altic and aid you in 

Flwiie: Kelkm&&^<^bie 
(1) 426-2861 • ^ , 
426^750 ' 

436-393? 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Electrical — - Air Conditioning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS,sINC. 

» Phone 426^2660 

ins-tfn 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Halp Wantad— Famale 



White ladies over 25 with o«m 
car for baby sitting. Apply tot 
83, Colony Trailor Park. No 
pboiK calls. 

4-15-2T 

41 t^ip Wente^—Malo ' — 



Needed — 3 men inunediately for 
n^anager trainee program. 
Must be attentive and career 
mincfed. CaU 42S-9142. 

^^^- U>194fa 

OPPORTUNITY! 
WHERE THE ACTION K! 
Due to expansion of our Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard office, 
we have openings for 5.pe<H>lft. 
interested "m the fascmatm7 
Jield ^f selling homes. Cau 
Goodman-Segar-Hogan Resi- 
dential Sales Corp. 341-3232. 
2-11-tfn 

« Help WantMl-Mala or Famale 



MAN or WOMAN to supply 
established customers with 
nationally advertised products 

:.si^ eity of North Virginia 
Beach. No investment. Earn- 
ing $2.50 per hour and up 
possible. Full or part timd 
Write Watkins Prociucts, Inc., 

• D-98, Winona, Minn. 

4-5-4T 



fQ AflMslM For Sale 



40" G.E. electric range. 1 baby 
crib <»mpl^e. Hione 428- 
4517. 

4-22- IT 

15 foot fiberglass Crestliner 
skiff, 9.8 Mercury Hurricane 
motor. Both l%2. $350. Call 
428-3716 after 5. 

4-22-tfn 



•rWanletnnuy" 



Used Furniture and household 
appliances. Sell for cash. Hirtz 
Bazaar, 227 First Colonial 
Road, Oceanri. 428-7088. 

.. Open 9 to 9. 



REhfTAL REAL ESTATE 



100 ROOMS FOR RENT 



Furnished room. Soni-Private 
batft. 204 75th Street. CaH 
428-7989. 

4-22- IT 



IH) AfMftmanta Unfurnished 



APARTMENTS— Fumig^ or 
.unfurnished- Yearly o^tooi- 
al. Cooper Realty, 206 25* 
Street, 428-1330. NighU 428- 
6833. 

3-2 11^ 



III Mpartmann htfrnnftad 



i6th Street— (tee block ^om 
Ocean. One and two bedroom 
apartments. 

24th Street — One and two bed- 
room apartments. Yearly fni- 
tal. 
MA 2-1286 or G A 8-2251 

1-12^ 



Austin's Court Motel Apart- 
ments, 206- 19th Street JKfi 
ciency apartments. All utilitin 
furnished. Also, 4-room apan- 
niij|;it and furnished motto. 
Block frcMn Bus Station. B) 
week or month. 



Duplex apartment for rent. S95 
Furnished. Dam N«:k. Hirtz 
Bazaar. Call 428-7088. 



43 Position WantMl— Femala 



Responsible person. College 
Graduate. Would like to pro-^ 
vide day care for a child of 
•working mother Monday thru 
Friday. Large house, big yard, 
quiet neighborhood. Call 340- 
4669. j 

, ^ 4-22-tfn 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



Special Neticee 



Wll^lS RACKETS 

RESTRUNO 

CaU Hunt Harris 

^428-0737 

216 $5th Street 

4-1-5T 



I 



Treni 



IB j^tfattan 



^ ft P |h^v«aways Inc.— We wiH 
deUver 'yoiat car to or from any 
dty. Oav^CoOy ■elected driven. 
Oaill2MW04. 

AUTOMOTIVE 

10 AuHMnohUea For Sole 

' - - I 

VOLVO — 1964, 2-door sport, 
4>spe^, teater, white walls, 
low mileage, best of care. 
$1775. Call 428-3680. 

^4-15-5T 

BUSINE^ SRvicES 

^"^ — II Ml iBiii ^Bi ■■ ■!■■ II -lirr - 

n_^>nanco fenrfeee 

VACDUM CI^ANIBS-Hoover, 
Satet and Mrvi(». Prompt ef- 
idwt jrepairi. Pick up and 
&Uv«qr. Phone GA 8^1222 
Tiui Fe^ -ft BuUdfaig ^p> 
pi Uit. loe 

31 BulWlwg— lUpefriiiifl 



We specmlke m kitchen cabinets^ 
home unprpvemeiKs and any 
type <rf sfcop work. Call Pon- 
dartea Mip Work at 3008 
Sckuth tynrihaven Road, 
341-5520 of i4l-2682 even^ 
ings. 

3-U.lFN 



Spare time earnings sewing or 
tvping, write to Box 1941, 
Winston Salem, N.C. Enclose 
stamped self addressed envel- 
ope or Kk: coin for reply. 

4-15-2T 



44 Position Wanted— Malo* 



Motel >clerk experienced in all 
phases of motel operation in- 
cluding audit. Age 36. College 
graduate. Native of*Virginia 
Beach. Will accept surnmer 
position. Now employed al 
night manager of motel in 
Richmond. Reply Virginia 
Beach Sun, Box No. 115. 

4-22-3T 



MERCHANDISE" 



93 HouseTield Goods 



For sale now — new and re- 
built sofa beds in a variety 
of colors' and fabrics. Also 
sofas, love seats, assorted 
chairs, t^les, chests, book- 
cases, dinettes and bedroom 
furniture. Hilltop Upholster- 
ing Co., 1000 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Phone 428-6377. 
CaU us to upholster and re- 
finish vour worn, soiled and 
marred furniture. Free esti- 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
'*We buy ana sell used furni- 
ture." 

4-1 -TFN 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



REAL pSTATE 
IXAM COURSE 

State U^1t«« Pr«p>«r«tor]r 
Day and Evcnint Clatte* 
Clatte* Instructed Bjr Practic- 
ing Attorney ao4 A LicesMd 
Real E«t«t« Broker. 

Past State Board Exam 

Easily— Eor^ll Now 

COMPLETE COt^EV. ..$3S 

Tidcwatcr'^s Most Experienced 

School * i 

fiMelk-PQiilHnouHi 
R^ ifrAtE kt^Ol 

Gridaa' IMwglo, M^wMn* 
PHONE MA 2.3e?4 



New and modem, ojw and two 
bedroom apartments. Low 
yearly rentals, also weekly and 
monthly rentals. Call 
428-6713. 

3-11-TFH 

Rudee Motel Apartments. Oi^ 
and two room efficiencic} 
comphftely furnished. SouCJ 
(md of Pacific Ave. Call 428 
8050 for full information. 

2 Bedroom famished apartment. 
Convenient location. Immed- 
iate occupancy. Yearly rental. 
Call 428-3680. 

2-9-t«B 

One and 2 bedroom ftiraidied 
apartments. Year round. Ci* 
428-2724 or 428-6666. 

^ . I . - . ■ ! . 

4 room furnished apartment. 
Water Included. $8jQ summer 
months. $60 winter months. 
Call 428-3666. 

4-22-lT 



RENTAL KAL KTArt * 



114B Apartrntnlt «Nrf 



Wantnl — hoiM^ or 
to rent or sell. SumMc i 
n^ded. Cocmer R^iMy, 
25th Street. 428-1330. N| 
428- 6833. 

3-2-1 



115 Heuaet— PwniWwd 




2 bedroom lichbtei 
Hardwood flocvs 
ScrMoed-in jsrch. 
able year louiid vtmu^. 

428-4236. 

4b»-iy 

Oceana — Near baiei. IMtiUwl 
cottage. Service coupte. Al) 
^ear— $65 month. No ^«p0- 
Its. Conven^t to everyftiM. 
340-8329. 

\ , 3-2 TFH 



iUEAL ESTATE FOR SAU 



-^— ■ 



128 Real iatate WMfed 



I would like to purchase tnmi 
50 tt, 1500 acres of waterfrtnt 
p^perty <m^ lake site d^|t. 
would be suitable for sumnuB^ 
cottages recreation or ntinf^ 
ment. Write details to: P. U. 
Ru(kl, Box 156, CkuisviO^ ^ 
Va. 

4.I-4T 



C uJ^SSlf^EO tM^LM 



AUCnONI 




•Auctioii Sale 

of remainittg stock of 

furattuK, drina etc. 

of Gilbert's Auction Bkxk 

1037 Lask&i 'Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Sotuidvy, Ap^ 24 

at 10:30 a.ffl. 

4-22-lT 



bedroom ajMrtment. 6 blcKks 
from ocean. Convenient to 
Oceana. Call weekdays 625- 
8462 between 10 a.m. and 5 
p.m. After 6 p.m. 587-47T4 
4-22 ih 



114 MoMsos For Re nt 

12 bedroom house and garage. 
Near School. Yearly rental. 
Urtfurnished. $«5 a month. 
For further information, call 
428-3400. 

4-15-2T 

* 5— ; 

Poplar Point Court. 3 bedroom 
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4-H Activities 
and Events 



C. FRANCIS LAY 



"Neither p-aise nor blame is the object of true criticism ~ 
Ittstly to discrimiiiatc, firmly to establish, wisely to prfscribe and 
hcNiestty to award. — These are the tnie ^ms and duties of 
wfiidsin.'* Siniius 

^ H«Ite folks! Competing is fun. isn't it! This is what the 
4j^'er» who took part in the city-wide Share-the-Fun Talent 
Contest and the 5>enior Demonstration Contest 
and Dress Revue held these past few wetks have 
been doing. Even though all of the 4-H'ers who 
participatefl couldn't be named the 1st place 
"winner, all are winners for having com|>eted as 
each one made their best a little better. 

Skare'thf-Fjun Proyram —---'— 
Ruth Anne Oliver of the Bayside 4-H Club 
won the .Senior Talent Division by reciting the 
dialogue "The Man with the Hoe." .Susan Braun 
of the Courthouse junior 4-H Club was the 
nimuT-un, singing. 'vhini-Chim-Cheree." I^ura 
C. F. L^ VVhitt <tf the Rideawhyle was winner in the 
mmor DRvision with a piano rendition of "Butterfly". Other 
llSiior contestants were: Theresa and Ste^rfianie Pecsek (Blue 
award); Sharon Kelly (Blue Award); Toni Baum, Jim Basgier, 
and Beth Holcomb (Red awards). 

Additional participants in the Junior Division included the 
following Blue award winners: Becky Short and Sallie Oliver, 
Judy Tait, Donald & Ricky Shirley, and Densie Dodd ; Red Award 
Winders: Dina Brumley, Janis McAndrew, Delibie Scott, Viki 
Rushing, Mary Ellen Doyle, aod l^sHe Fensder, Jo Ann Horton 
«id Susan Brotherton, Judy Nicklas and Qif ford Bungard, Debbie 
Wee ami Karen Scarborough, Jo Anne Wynn, Diane Wynn and 
Kathy Porter, Phyllis Elliott, I^urie Thomdike, Susan Brotherton, 
|Hk1 Uail Paxton; White Award Winners: Nancy Parsons, Dora 
Hicklas, Mike Elliott, Peggy Rasson* I jurie Whitt, and Mary Jo 
l¥estridge. 

Senior DemonstraHon Contest , 
Stephanie Pecsek, of the Blackwater 4-H Gub, was the 

£nner in the Foods Demonstration Contest, Mary Bungard, of 
c Thalia 4-H, wa^s winner in the Clothing Demonstraition. 
Stephanie demonstrated "How "to Buy ^eef", and Mary showed 
"How to Make A Pattern Fit." Linda Nye, of the Rideawhyle 
#-H Qub, gave a winning demonstration on "Forcward Riding." 
* OWier participants in the Senior Contest included Mary Bun- 

Sfd (Red), Theresa Pecsek (Red), and Ruth Anne Oliver (Red). 
Foods DetnonstnCtion, and Beth Hokomb in Clottuiig Danon- 

Dress Ret'ue "■ 




Pew Virginia Beadtt. 4-H Qub girls competed in the Senior 
1^*^ Revue Contest. The winner was Ruth Anne Oliver of the 
B^Fsi<te 4-H Qub. Other Gub members comjieting were Mary 
Bt^lard (Btae Award): Theresa Pecsek (Red Award),- and 
Elizabeth Bai^rd "(Red Award). 

* The winners of the Senior Demostration Contests and Dress 
Revue are tjow eligible to represent Virginia Beach at the District 
Contest to be held in Petersbui^ on May 8, 1955. 

E«:h of the ^ntestants in the-^^fvc'^H activities are to be 
congratulated for the fine work thwxliiw'e' done. It is hoped that 
Aey will encourage more club members to participate next year. 

Thanks are in ottJer for the parents and the leaders whose 
help nwk ft possible for the young people to perform. Also to 
Ae iu^ges who gave of their time to both judge the activities and 
pyt the club members helpful hints on improving their perform- 
atKe. Jiidges for Share-the-Fun were Miss Doris Dodge, Miss 
bidy Garst, and Mr. Floyd Waterfield. Judges for the Senior 
PemonetrUion Contests and Dress Revue were Mrs. Doris 
&eSartt>, Mt^ Mary Teenc Rainey, and Mr. Hunter N. Spence. 
COMING EVENTS 

April 26tfi— Blackwater^ Community 4-H Meeting — 7 KDO p.m. 

May &h — Chesapeake — Virginia B|each Junior Steer Show 
Hid Sfic — Greenbriar Farms — 10. -00 a.m. "^ 






|;,WE11AMSBUR0 — Three 
iBM^oes in tiie restoied area 
k m^kaaiAmt will be open for 
fte Am time to Hutonc Garden 
whik visittm' oq April 27 and 
|M. The pOgriiiiage tfih ^ar in- 
0U(k% fix iMivate rerideiu:es and 
Wteti gardens «U widiin &e his- 
ioricaieau 

1 The Dnne Kitetien adopted 
mt' modern U^ k die home of 
" Allen W. CaHii. Elkanah 
tmi an Irich ooadimaker. 
according to records he paid 
ttv«n hui^td pounds for the 
Pxise, dKW awl garden in 1772. 
wofVing in New York he 
Qt^fsttd ^ nmke a ooach, a 
Mtid a piuu^on for Ciov- 
#ncH- Dnnmore. lliis may have 
d him to move to Wil- 
_ and set up riiop. The 
itii^ earl^r eignteenm «n- 
:iiiry recoMrtruoted kitdien fea- 
'ifiires a dif^ped sable roof; 
ftippwd 4onners and a massive 
Aimney. 

James Caddy, a sidlled gun- 
enidi, hv^ on Duke of Gleu- 
OBster Street ftf Palace Green, 
the uhttstta! L-^ped house 
^xw4s^ as a home, and siKJp t<x 
tuBL Two of his sons carried on 
4^ |Mi^nM*« trade while the 
tfird vm, JaoMS, Jr., • fisM- 
•midi, sflvosmtth koA a jeweler. 
occupied the property most of 
titt period until the Revdutioa. 
Tlie proper!^ has been restored 
to the ^idmdv quarter period of 
Cbe c iihlw ii Ui «eiiMry de?elop- 
iiieat The house and diop take 
W|^ die entire frontage of tfie lot 
and set the service yeard ^ttem 
for Ae outside kitchen, wood- 
well. The residence is 
Mr. and Mrs. 1^ 




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Hones Open 

eightemth century Williamsburg 
hcuie plan: a cemer hall with 
one room on ^kher side and ex- 
terior md chimneys with a- shed 
additicm on the rear which 
doubles the number of rooms on 
the first floor Ute living room 
mamd is original as it was 
rescued when the house was dis- 
mantled and was presented for 
re->use in the origmal location. 
John Carter, innkeeper, adver- 
tised his ttven near die Capitol 
open for business in 1745. James 
Moir, a tailor, occupied the 
buildings in 1777 and his family 
heU ^ propoty until after 
1800. Headquarters for the local 
Historic Garden Week is the 
Williamsburg Inn. 

COmUON DANCB 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Vhrginia Beach Cotillion wall 
hold the Spring Dance on April 
23 in the Cavalier Beach and 
Cabana Oub Nautilus (Room 
from 9 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

Membei^ may invite guests at 
the regular guest price. Escorts 
will be from "Richmond. The 
dance will be a semi-formal af- 
fair, and refreshments will be 
served. 



G.E.O. TESTS 
SET MAY 19 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Virginia Beach Gty Sbhool 
Board is making plans to admin- 
ister the Genjral lEducaltional 
Development Test to imerested 
persons in the area on May 19, 
1965. 

The State Dcpartmem of Ed- 
ucation supplies these tests for 
each local board. The persons 
who pass the test successfully 
are given a certificate. The cer- 
tificate is in lieu of the High 
School Diploma and some in- 
dustries and colleges accept this 
certificate in place, of the high 
school diploma. 

In order to take the examin- 
ation the applicant must satisfy 
certain requirements such as: 

(1) The applicant must be 20 
years of age. Under no condition 
may the applicant be permitted 
to take the test prior to the rime 
that he would have graduated 
had he remained in school. 

(2) The applicant shall have 
earned at least 8 units of High 
School credit (Grades 9 thru 12, 
exclusive of physical education). 
Applicants who have attained 
their ?6th birthday may not be 
required to present the ab(we 
unfits. 

(3) The applicant shalkhave 
resided in Viiginia one year 
px'iot to applying for the battery 
of tests and must reside in the 
school division through which he 
makes application. 

(4) TTje applicant must at- 
tain a [passing score on the com- 
plete battery of tests provided 
by the State Department of Ed* 
ucation. 

Person^ who desire to take 
this test should make applica- 
tion to F. E. Taylor, High 
School Supervisor, , Virginia 
Beadi Chy Schools, Princess 
Anne Station. The deadline for 
submission of appNcants is May 
7, 1965. 

^ Tlie test will be administered 
at the school administration 
building at Princess Anne Sta- 
tion, 9:30 am. to 5 p.m. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH ^ 

a>urse for ladies interested ill 
bedpming a Red Cross Gray 
Lady will b^ given April 26 at 
9 a.m. in the Red Cross office. 

Those interested 'in becoming 
a Gray Lady, please contaOt 
Mrs. Richard Black at 855-^^4. 




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BRANCH 
LIBRAffY. 
SET TO 10 

VIRGINIA BEACH ^ The 
ViitHtta Beach ^falic Ubmy 
hw reciived final aj^jroval of 
federal funds and a do«|ted 
buHdmi lite for its first pwrnaii- 
cot bnmch liMary. 

NtHification of ap|M-oval of 
Ae $41,720 fetteral grant came 
from the State Librae Bo«tl 
Wednesday mcMTimg. This wiH 
piwide the major portion ol the 
$104,300 cost of Ae new 
briMich. The city has appropriat- 
ed $50,000 and nbdut $lf,5«0 
is expected in gifts. 

City Council Mon&y ac- 
cepted a l-«cre site for tlve new 
fecilhy from Lineberry Corpora- 
tion, builders of Wimtoor Woods 
where the building will be lo- 
cated. The site is on t^ coraa 
of Hosemont Aoad Mid Pla^ 
TraH. 

The new branch wifl )st fte 
first of five nojeoted braudwf^ 
ac«>rdin|^ to Mrs. Pairl Maest^, 
ctHurman of Hie Library Board. 

Mam for Ae second tetineh 
wiU be retefsfd shoidy after fhfe 
city's next rnpal yjisr starts on 
July 1, ahe sdU. 



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AMtHEI POU'ISW 

ViMSmiA 9EACH — Aa- 
tA0 tidkflt^cMo plole f^ be- 
neath ^e wheels of a car out <rf 
CQOtrol eariy Saturday morning, 
bringti^ the local lo ux de- 
stroyed poles wMun a w«ek. 
' Police said Walter Lee L«»ry, 
44, of 408 26th Street, caine 
«rapnd a curve on Barberton 
Drive too faat, lo^ coitfrol ol 
^e o^, w&oft off the ri^ side 
of the road and atrttdE a tele- 
phone pole. The in^^ct broke 
the pole in half. 

Patrolman R. Bokon chained 
Leary ynA recklen giving. 




MMCn — OHM f 3»O0O w0nli of oiellii^ and 
iron HMr amonoonoi ant wan woBen 
here early SvMi^pviij^' A ta(|e^poftioQ of tha goods teve 
bten r e c o ve red by p(»e. 

* vTw) oC'iiK cart wece parked <^ Frirtodss Anne Inn, <me waa 
■tj^ Mgiuci ^oitifUdg^^ at||)e^valier Hotel 



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were ttmrn-Jtom ^ ear p^M^ 
at the OiiidiaF, owned 4»y l>MK Swi 
aid A. Cain of Skaneateles, N.Y. 



AbbiM 2 p.m.' Sunday pdice 
spotted a sftqwct ou- and stopped 
it The driver fled and is stiU 
being sought. Poiicx have identi- 
fled him as Luther Cartn^ Spain 
Jr., 19, ai^ faa«e <4)tained a 
warrant for !hs arrest 

About half <rf the stolen |MOf>- 
cfty was reooveied from the 
trunk <^ tiK tvapeat car, police 
said. ^^ 

Cain has issued a plea, how- 
ever, for a Mefcase that was 
taken but was not among tiie 
items tecovered. 



Flyuig Mmenger Grmsnded 




He ^gAA the Virginia B«ich 
<1^ the case contained 
many important pictures, notes 
for a lecture tour, names and ui- 
dresses and other inf<mnation 
coUeoted by fvim on an extend- 
ed tnp to South America ftoiA 
which he had just returned. 

"I woujd be delig^ed to pay 
for ^le return of ^is case wi|^ 
Hiese items," Cain said. "Tliey 
are usdess to anyone else." 

Cain can be contacted at 
^Htague Motors, Inc., 1000 Hia- 
watha BWd. West, Syracuse, 
New York 13204. 

Detectives l^k Ba»night and 
Oral Laml^ ere conducting 'the 
invest^i^ oA the car thefts. 



CoHitioii Breaks 
Youth's Back 



Site nan 
Procsdiire 



ARAGONA — A 20-year-old 
Norfolk man suffered a broken 
b^k MoMay night Whra his 
motorcycle was struck by a car 
at I!k intersection of Virginia 
Beach Boukvard^and Kellam 
B«pd at ^i^ona Village. 



idnHified ithe victim as 
Leo B. Oorris who is rroortod 
"ia^MOving" at Virginia Beadi 
Kti^M^.^ A liosfnul spolusman 
ft^ Wednesday tibaf flie youth 
n^ ate> l«ve internal ii^uri^ 

Auroftnan Larn Montgom^ 

taachar^ Ruth L Btngley, 57, 

WSn V. Plentatipa My# frM 

fe^le«( driving and H^^jf^ to 

•yie^ •^ rjftit al' way inl|PacT 



Mn. HaU Bagfa, h#M rartaayiaf to Mayor Fraak A. Dvaeh 
ia bar colarfai Cdaaial aaatama, caaMa't fly to City CafaacU 
iloB4aiy laaraiag via kka WtAA baUcopter a« plaaaad bacM^ af 
bad waatka*. bat aJm waa tbara, aawftlialaaa, to «!«« 1^ i^*" • 
•craU pfTishiit Ufay W a. Oly Hafi Day. 1*a dty afK^oa «tt |m 

Mine baa^aiM aat f ar f Mi. (»kata by PUU^ 



^mtmmk mach -^ c^ 

Oouncil Monday amraded a 
section of ks ^ding code per- 
taming to the ^bmii^on of she 
friaiis pdor to application for 
buiidag permit*. 

Tie change, wliich will go into 
effea Saturday, specifies th«tt 
anyone sejpfcing a building per- 
mit fori any type oonab-u^bn 
must submit two oopit& xA eadi 
site plan ^ the Health Depart- 
ment or Director of PuWic ytil- 
ities for aimrova-l. 

These plans must be ptotted 
to s«le aikl tfeslgnate the loca- 
tkms of the building, septic vmk 
outlet and/or weH. 

tf the piMs are submitted to 
Hie Health Depaitm«nt by 10 
a.m., tiiey will be retumed K> 
the builcter whhin 24-hours. Aft- 
er 10 a.m. they will require 48- 
hour ser^ce. 

Afl site plan? must have a sig- 
nature Aom the Health Depart 
nmit or the Director of Public 
Uaikies. 

Once 4tKy have been a|>- 
proved, #R ^bns may be picked 
up by tite bulkier or agent and 
turn«l over to tiie buikiing in- 
spfiotor for « buHding permit. 

Hie building. code ordintMce, 
prior to Che wnenttoent, speci- 
fied that all pkrt pfams be sub- 
milted to the bttUding inspector. 
It alao odled for five copies m- 
stead of two. 



"Showboat' Holi|s 
Entertainnont Ca^ 

The "Show Boat" has docked at Princess Anne H'# School 
— t l ^m mi tjwi if -^^ » i a n to SIC ^> ^^^ ^^| fe lj||» tat.#|SNr 
aie m the /naricA for a real toi evMiii«, imWSni^ Ik *Cmt 
aboard". It may he Captain An^'k ''Gotiw Moioin Ifajw BoatF. 
but the f«al Oiplriii of this sb^ 



GROUP AGAIN^ 
CODE CHANOr 



; MLES TAX, BUDGET PASSED 

vmoiNIA BEACH — Protesls from the Virainia 4 

Master Plumbers Association over an amendment «i €5t vi^&^*o% 
code prompted City Council Monday to mfca\ the UMSOmMl for 
two weeks until further study could be made. "- 

Council also pa^ed on second 



and Irnal reading the two per 
cent aale^ tax, which will go 
into effect June 1, and the city's 
$22,268,595 operating bucket, 
which beownes effective J^ly 1. 

'Roy Qeef, president of the 
plumbers' proup, told council 
the association ao<» not feel that 
the recei^tly pass^ amendm^M, 
specifying heavier type cc^r 
pipe uiK^er dn ground ami «on- 
crete slabs, has any advanta^ 
to die builder, plumber of City 
<A Virginia' Beadi. \ 

"Past trouUes have not heen 
due to tile type <A. pipe, only in 
tlw installation of it," Cteef said, 
"We are not trying to degrade 
our code, that's the last tfiing 
we'd want to dn, twt we are 
asking that you reeonsiiter this 
ordinance if 9k all powtble." 

He pointed out that the new 
specificwtions would cause com- 
pHoations to the buikHi^ fkms 



the officer it#orted tlat 
Gorris wh headim( west on fte 
kjside lane , of dne boulevaand 
wbra Mn. 3ingley, who had 
sbf^ped tm § #op si^ on the 
feed^ (oadi, ^Hed into ^ 
path of Gorris' motcffcycle. 

Gtnris applied brakes, cut to 
die left but was stiH struck by 
OB the right side, Mont- 




SIGHBOARD HEARING 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Zoning Board of Appeals will 
hoki a hearing Monday ni^t on 
a proposed signboard that ex- 
ceeds 'Sie height limitations ss't 
up in thi ciry's t^uilding oode. 

Atlantic Petroleum Co. has 

fsquested a permht for the sign 

^ he erected at the we*:! corner 

<^ l%ove Eh^ive. and Greenweil 

Road in Bayside Borou^. 

The' sign would stand 64 feet 
hi^. The building code sets la 
30 foot hiMigN limitation. / 

U01(DRY BROKEN INTO 

OCEANA — The J?t Ijaun- 
dry on First Orionial R<»d hi 
Oceana wai. leceotly aitei«4 
4uougft a rear window, pol^ 
said, {Md $144 in dothes atad 
cash was reported missmg. 

(^oer D. W..Pope raponded 
(o (he call. < 



is the tfweolDr, <teaigner and con- 
ductor, Charles CNiver. He has 
jHksted the food ship 'dirough all 
Ite hazards and has made an- 
other succosful kndtng for the 
Vir^nia Beadi CSvic Oiorus. 

"Show Boat", with all its U- 
miliaf sonp and characters, is, 
at best, a noammodi undertaking, 
but the K«7i and Hammerstein 
classic has been handled very 
well. The costumes, which must 
span a forty year period are 
downright beautiful and taste^. 
The scwiery is colorful, attrac- 
tive, as well as effective.' Ths 
many «;;ene changes, althtmgh 
some are painifully ,'slow, ace 
handled smooUily. The Corps de 
BaHet, under ^ direction . of 
^Hmg Hugh Williams, »)d as- 
^ted by Valem Luttreile are a 
weteome addition. The precision 
j^oductkm dance' numbers added 
much. , 

On openkig ni^, maybe it 
was nerves, but tiie first act 
moved too slowly. The pace of 
tiw sectmd act bnghtened the 
perfdnnance, however. Perhaps 
die small disappointn^ opening 
ni^ audience was r^ptnisible, 
btit eventually they jciined in i^he 
happy ^irk. But once again to 
hear such old favorites as "Old 
■Man River", "Can't Help l-ovin' 
That Mmi o^ Mine" and "Make 
Believe" was quite enough, es- 
pMtallv when they were {»r- 
Tormed by such profs&sitmal 
voices. 

You could have heard a pin 
drop anywhere in dw house 
when Fred Watkins, as "Joe", 
sang "Old Man River". His 
rendition was met wiJi thunder- 
ous '^jplause which lasted at 
least t^tnty seconds, and right- 
fully so. And when Card Hall 
delivered her stirring version of 
"BiM", it -vnA another, show- 
Vi Ragan as "Captain 
ife, "Partihy" turned in 
o^t^tkt most delightfully con- 
sstent performances we have 
ever seen. And what a shrew ilte 
is! 

Mary Jane Utley, as the 
kindly "Ouwnie", deserves 
praise for kict sparkling chanac- 
teiisatkm. Perhaps ^ two ftn»t 
perforBMuices in ^lit fxoduotioo 
were hirhed in by Sriri^ 



I^tieas and ^mm iaalk U 
Elie and l¥nak Schiiltt. '^ t$k 
ented %h1ey VtBiam>^m;$mir 
faceted talem. She is tqfi^^ttt, 
home on a stage w(^ ri^i^ 
dancing <x acting. In her viva- 
cious poitniyal, she hamSed aH 
with ease. Wekon SmiCh made 
the role of JPmnk « real one, 
from the beginnkig as the re- 
jected suitor, to the ending as the 
fatho- of a diHd movie atar. The 
romantic leads were adequately 
handled by C«ol Garrison and 
•Raymond Jerome. And Michael 
Hen^han, as the jdly, but hiis- 
underatood "Captain Andy" 
could only have been imnjpved 
by a Kttle more work on luies. 

All of the other oast members, 
too numerous to mention, made 
"Show Boat" a most enjoyah|e 
evening in the theatte. The "Oot- 
txm Blossom" wHl be tied up 
only until Saturday, and we sug- 
gest that you jcnn dw fin, M 
aboard . . HiL 



Inifependeiiee 
Boulevard 
Hearings Set 



BAYSIDE — Two public 
hearings on a 4.8-mile segment 
of Independenoe Boulevard have 
b-^^n sc'-'eduled within the next 
two weeks at Bayside locaticmi. 
Lik vwy of Virginia B^oh 
will hold its hearing Momky at 
"^ r> »" -St Shelton Perk EhMn«i>- 
tary School 

ii>3 aisate Highway Depart- 
ment has ^hteduled its hearii^ 
fbr May 19, at J0:30 a.m- ^ 
Hermka^ Elemeitiary School. 
PfV^posed cdm^ction for iihe 
urban project ^woukl begin at 
Virginia Be^di . BtHilevard. ex- 
•^end north through Robbim 
Corner td intersect with $!<»« 
Drive. 

Coostnn^Dn, h|glda otillkig 
for a 4-huie dividExi hii^iway, 
would include civb, giMer and 
sidewalk instaHm^, a Higfji- 
way De p i Mtuw u t spokwrnan 
said. 



TT" 



,-»^'ri 




and'SQpi^ houses hr hifl^ «& 
!Ax* aldniomJ ' 

and wodd eatae 
oostete'NOdeis. 

■ : Mmi^Otoos^ JupcibM0^oent of 
haptetioh atid^^ asemt^, aaid the 
amendment mM tfrawn vf to 
comply wi^ FHA rei*1t»iom 
and regulaifdfB. 

He leked cotmdl to fq»»l die 
(tfmaanee i^ two w^s i%$m 
he «nikl meei wirti ^amecia- 
tion aiKi perha|M e'Ve fui^icr 
ctmiideration lo mt 
Council agreed. 



liew Siprfiis 
Aril Peiiili 



vmdINIA fiBACH -^ €itr 
CevQctt hac tab» first stsfw 
4D««rd poacib^ eMahKshiag « 




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Urn the liStfioaea Sllirw. 
^ m. I Mk Thf UMaii far 
Iha MMm«? "Pllili Nillaiiii 
Lfttaiy WiiW ~ 
advMlaia af Iha^ 
dally If the fceatai 
ioag ovcntee. 



nocpna 
thattt JeltM- 



MM, to Gipt. 



jeet. 

cHy 

dmy between ID a,in. ^afii 6 
p.mi. I^oklt i«id, .v4 ftit up 
jiarkie^' lalbas fckr surfers «kI 

'•pecti. 





Aforina Skeuhes 




kiae Dirttctor Mmmi C m m t^ ^a ^^ymi te CiM C«Mica 
%r oJorlol tlmchM of tlM t«w MwriiMt IIm ^ mm Ip^l im 
— » — rt toa with lk« Lraalwvte irmj^fit^ Vfi m t : i|«v Ift iMWb 
• Omtck «f Oolphia* fforiM, tt>» fwii^iciat foeittly j 
Loag CtmL Th« otkor mariaa Svffl Iw Ai W^ Mlia4 
•if mJ for ploaakrs eralo. Tlo oily ol^ iibiM lo 
■%Mi for ^OMOM wttft, Tlw mhr obo pliuM to 



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VIRGIN 



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si^iym 



ThMi%d«y, April 29, 1965 




Mrs. 



tt» Mr ViwU* BMck ra^UvBto altcatiuv «• CUk Chil^ IwMkM. of iIm Tsrdflli 
Atoh* FmUvsI %M hi tb« maia ballroom of dM GvMaa TriMifIa wm« <l«ft »o rMt) 
•■•tt, MIm In^Mia FicUia, Mrs. J. Scott Aadrowa. SNaoy S. Kollui, Mfa« Marr «IM- 
Mm. Thomu J. F0II017, mmi Mr*. J. Dougla* Wibo*. (plwte bj CaMaaJra) 



AZALEA WEEK BUSY TIME m MAMY 



vmOWIA BEACH — Vir- 
gaki Aetdi women woe amoas 
%m dedkaUed workere who uAhsa 
VOmd die 9ctees to mke sue- 

lUPE-ELECT HONORED 

VmOINIA MACH — Miss 
Nmi Coteman SwertfegH-, wh<we 
wmm^ to JUcNsT Charles 
Manl^n viU idee {^ce Satur- 
<tey vfteraotm «t Baiteni Shore 
OJMpd, ^ been liMMred by a 
mm^ <tf ra%at pisties. 

Mrs. Wmbed (^wri^ and 
Mis., Ronak! I^v^ fave a 
|;i^Na aboiKr in MIjs ^vect- 

«|> tiooor at Ae Davu home 
1brftoiiieafpii.QsieCa- 
has wVt ilksjioOhe <rf a ooffcc 
i^/mS3SSeom diower givoi 
by y^tt. OiUkn Md Nfrs. Jack 

Miiu<Q^^ Jieiiky «nd Mrs. 
John Mattfiews h. held a tea at 
^ bone^rf Muk Maflhews and 
)i|. Mf|«t ^ei^i^ «ad 
Mn. iJfeweDyii Dadeai Jr. en- 
^^mi flft a Itachecm at tlw 
WHm neroB, 

Mr. and Ms. tete fUvnd 
MaijNhews &. will «oterttun the 



fxmti of (he Civk Club LtMicfa- 
etm held at the Golden Tiwiglc, 
and Ak dinner at the Moi^dk> 
Hotel daring Azalea F^iwl 
Week. 

kbs. Kfartin L. JotHMoo^jHcs- 
ideM of the Women's divi«^ <^ 



Acres Im fc#owB^ <tibe weMii^ 
iriieaoi^, 

^VWMN^ B&^CH — A 
;^w-o« Coatesf '; ipoQsored tw 
fte fi»^^e Woman's Clidb 
MAdi 49<4M! ]^x}ooipk« da- 
M cf Pt^^^s Aim6 ifyi 
j|tt jfe^Uld tost tn^ 

Tlhfe w^AcMKW, Jdiiacff, and 
tmSot titeses o< ^e J^|Qn|te Bc<>r 
iWlBiiHi.^toBfte^jilt.flte9efcd Aiek' 
creitiott for Jwlig^j and each 
ovMt fK^ved «ofliusiaitk ap- 



CAVAUER GARDEN 
CLDB ELECTS 

VlROrNIA BEACH — Mrs. 
W. H. Brown was Elected presi- 
dent of the Cavalier Ciaidai 
Club at die recent nMc«ii^ held 
at ti» Princess Aane Co«atry 
Club. Selected to serve wWi her 
(or the c(m^ year are Mrs. R. 
F. Trant, Jr., firfl vice presidwt; 
Mrs. Kenneth Tieadiow, second 
vice pr^ident; Mrs. S. R. 
BrockenbrmigN, ««o«ling sec- 
retary; Mrs. Robert T. Sofidd, 
tiorrei^p^idnig secr^ary; ami 
M«, O. A. AfeGuke, treasurer. 

Voc^ sedition by w&fwd o( 
tt» n^mbe^ (^^ cast of Show- 
boat entoftaiwd the chib mttn- 



boeBi Jane Garriam presoited 
-^_i_ ^*. 1..J, . "Make ^Bdieve"; Shirley Fent- 

«*•" ™^ *Wi * T»al» Jn^v ■ii i B t ed by Jane (fert&on 




and Clartes 01iv«-; and 't)ld 
Mm Rlwr" was sung by Oliver. 
Miry Jane IWey was die ac- 
companisC 

Ouett weaker tm Mn. Mil- 
died )oMMba «%o dnnonMiated 
tiie making <rf bata anl the oovr 
«t^ of shoes ill adraw and dec- 
tMMive %e^. 

Mrs. Earl C. Moore and Mrs. 
&iwenl Dilkxi^ Jr. were voted in 
m new membns. 

In ^e arraHtemextf ctess^ Mis. 
S. R. ' Broekenteou^ was 
awM-ded a blue ribbon. Mrs. L. 
O. Branch and Mrs. G. M. 
V^tehurst m^v^ blue rtt>bons 
'for their table arrangemcBts. 
"^ 1^ ^ ^|)ecimen clasi. Mis. 
H., Brown received two Uue 
ttiec^ied ribbons, Mirs. H. 
red, aiMl Mrs. 
red 



the hkiriblk Oiamber of Cwn- 
i^f^, presided at the Ovfe} 
ligSdieon and u^ttoduced the 
kers. Mrs. JoiMMcn is tai 
irvisor with 4hc (Mfolk cky 
v^ and mm. reside»t of Vir 
gtok ^ 

Mis. W. B. Harriaon was fai 
cfiiafe of Ae <kooratk»s and 
wMi the aid of three meoib^s 
of tiie BiichwDod Gsutfen CAub, 
Nfrs. Ba Oie^Iier, Mrs. Mm 
T^rpo, and Mre. Jean McBar- 
lane, anK»^ oAers, wcuted aH 
day at (he Botanical <3c^(^b 
lAat WediMsday, asacM^Iiqg 
more than ninety centerpieces of 
floral arrangements, usmg pink 
azaleas and hemlock foliage for 
most o( the tebles. The head 
table WM deccvated with pink 
'md white azaleas, wr^ a sea 
motif — ^using fish net, cok>rful 
sf»<ayed sea sheHs, star fish, 
condi and oyater Aells and ac- 
cesscfftes trf phik paper fringe. 



WHISPERING PINES 
GARDEN CLUB 

VIRGINIA BEACH* — Mt% 
J. M, Meredift m^ reel^sted tp 
a ^OTfld term m pi^ideat cj 

Ae w%rtirfg piis ^tm 

Club at ffie laeeM ftftdk h^ 
at the faofcie (tf l^n. f, $, 
Ho#aM. 

Other offices eleo^ vwie 
Mrs. J. E. AdMns» .^st ^k?e 
president; Mrs. Howard, . aedcmd 
vice pre«id«M; M^. C L. Ac- 
klM, Jr., ^xdrdii^ sejaretiuy^ 
Mrs. N. C. E<tac, oorKsponding 
secretary; md ftWs. H. N. Ow- 
bis, treasurer. 

Installatkm of the tmi officers 
will be held <^ ^y 18 « Ae 
club's annual spring lumheon. 

Ribbons for arnu^ements 
wei^ awarded to Mis. Howard, 
blue; Mrs. Ackiss, red, and Mrs. 
C. A. Waller, yeHow. HortKul- 
ture winners were Mrs. Howard, 
<me blue and one red; Mrs. 
E<^e, two blue and one red; 
Mrs. K. Minttm, thrw yellow; 
Mrs. B. H. Murdeo, Hhie; Mis. 
J. F. KiBen, red; Mis. Waller, 
red; and Mrs. Garbb, two blue. 



UNIHORNPMI 
ni INSTALLS 




VWDWIA BEACH — 
OiMilei Teiry wiH be i^lltod 
as preAent <rf " 
Park PTA at the 
to be h^ Monday 

CHher laming 
taHpUed ani Mrs. 
irtan, vice presKknt; Ki^.' 
Bruo: OaUup, conv^ie^^ 
sKre^ry; t^R. A. J. D^m, re- 
ct^dinf siKxeury, and GecM-ge 
riaiTis treasKer. 

A prc^ram will be presetted 
by Oie sudi and seve^ ifi^f 
cfamal fpoup ta<ter the direc4lob 
ol Mn. Jeter. 



LLCAUDHU 



luri 



)4tett 



BAY SHORE 
dfiB 



W^MDINd 

i£M4M - jbcHAHBBQN 

" ^tdt^A feACH — Th3 

ri|g«,,« Mrs. Floyd featon 
KeuaiiD ana J. JLeslie Richajrdsfm 
took plac? Saturday at 9 a.m. ait 
Eaatern Shore Chqiel, 

The Rev. Sidney Sanders per- 
formed Jh^ oprwnooy before the 
immediate faihuks of the couple. 




mywEciniNT 

CARDENCLUB 

ymOINIA BfiACH — Mrs. 
F. W. Cox was elected president 
of the Birdneck Point Garden 
Cbih it Jtsrecent April meeting. 

Elected to serve with her were 
Kfrs. V. A. Lascara, first vice 
president; Mrs^ Waldo Mowen, 
seojnd vice president; Mrs. 
Frank 5ands, treasurer; Mrs. C 
B, ArringUM, r«:ording secre- 
tary; and Mrs. W. H. Johnsen, 
correspcHiding secretary. 

' TTie meeting was held at the 
Iwmc of Mis. Cox^ and die 00- 
bostesses were Mrs. Paul Gallup 
and Mrs. David Stormont. 

Mor to the electicm of offi- 
cers, a motion was carrkd to 
designate ami beautify an area 
widi!n Birdneck Point in mem- 
ory of decease4 members of tihe 
club. 



VmomiA BEACH — A 
Dessert Bricbe will be presented 
by the Bay Sfcorc Garden Oub 
at tfie Ovalier Hotel cm l^ies- 
day. 

DeFrehn's Beauty Sidon wffl 
present a Wig rfiow. Models will 
be Mrs. Mainice Jackscm, Mrs. 
A. Q. JarrM, Mn. Rayiaond 
McGrath, Mrs. Waber Rem, 
aad Mrs. Gilbert WQadn. 

To receive tidcets, a donatkm 
of $1 is required. 



WOLFSNARE — Mrs. C. W. 
McAllen was the gu^ speaker 
Tit tiie r^ular mcmtiily meetH$ 
of the Wolfsmre Pkuitatvw Gar- 
den Od} held in the home of 
Mrs. C. M. Tomko. Her topic 
jMS tte "Proper Out oi Hoaae 
Pta^s." 

\ Blue ribbon invarcb for artklk 
wif$agewf0ts wtxBt to Mrs. Ron- 
ald Snyder and Mrs. M. J. 
Schwartz. Hie^llow award was 
won l^ Mrs. R. F. Edwianbt 

In the hcHtk^toal class. Mis. 
J. L. Hai^ aty Mrs. F. C. 
Haase r^eived the Um aviuds; 



Mr OUR MINT eMi 



. POUND 






LB. 



mmIm 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
14d) Aruiual Lions Broom Sale 
will be held on May 4, 5, 6, and 
7, from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

TTw Lkms will call on area 
householders with brooms, door 
mats, dry mops and ir<Miii^ 
board cweis which are received 
from the Virgmia Commission 
for the Visually Handicapped, 
manufactured by blmd workers 
in Wwkshops for the Blind at 
JUdtmond ^id <%arl0ttesvin^. 

Tlwse who buy the items will 
not <mly hete blind workers in 
the Virfima WcM-kshQps to maks 
their own livkg, but ateo tih 
ables Lion Clubs to carry on 
extensive sight coaserva<tion, and 
other welbire wiMrl|. 



fittZBAZAM 

IS7 Rnt Colonial lt«L — 6c«aa» 
<^fn • to » 'US-TOM 



me. 



mcSLMmnm 
tact OR Mnj> 

LB. 



smmhUMM 

Elo4H«at Hali-««Hi4r - 

\ . . fkrdon my I»ck of ^odMtK. bst that's oor ip««iaH;l 
W«'li>oA out a coiffure so Binart. so •%m%\y jrtgfct fer vsy t^ 
% wA wkt^ ttings about your peisoaaitty fwai ^fda mrnHf. 
Itm le^ I* bslieve jraa d«»«rv« »*• kind of^yllniE that wfw 
^I't ^Mittractive ... 

•to LKmn ROAD, VIRGINIA t^iM Pb«M QA ••tlf 1 

OUR NORFCX.K LOCATION 

7M9 Qnnbr St., War4i CwMr — Ph. •U.ltW 



tf 



WE BRIDGE THE GAP 





fioBF Hall 



FOR THE LADIES A^D THEIR DAUGHTERS 



Summer is tdmost here, we are ready are youf 
Sverything for sum^mer fun. , 



Oftn Monday & Friday evenings tU 9 p.m. 



When net^mers move to 
town, our Hostess greets them, 
and extends a wekome, with 
the personal rgessages of our 
friendly, t^vlcmindcd spcm- 

SOTS. 

NEWCOMil^ GMSriNG 
Mrs. MiltftrillewnMn 



The Accutron'Storyi 
|all the parts that 
inake a watch fast or slow 

laVe been left out iSh 7 



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NIXaN ELECTRIC 

606 - 17fh ^., Va. BMch. Va. Miona GAM711 

COMMBtCIAL and RBDENTIAL Wlim» 

ELEaHICAL SUPniES AND FixnmES 

AUTHORIZED HOUSIPOWIR CONTRAaOR 

LARGE and SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS 

OIL BURNER SALES AND SERVICE 



iaaM«w< 

ii> ATM 1129 piMln. 



9«tMt in ttMir pwa outfit* •!« (laft 
», J«a«t JAMUBf*, Md Saaaa-ShfU. 

(ttaff pWto by PadrlBh) 



ANNUAL LUNCHEON 

' VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumni 
hekl its annual spring- luncheon 
Saturday at Princess Anne 
Country Club with 12 coU^ra 
repre^med. 

Attending were: Mrs J. J. 
Harrell, Mis. Jared Linsly, Mrs. 
Edward Milcula, Mif. M. Bag- 
ley Walker Jr., Mrs. L. T. Can- 
oles Jr., Mrs. Daniel R. Nolen, 
Mrs. Clifford Bungard, Mrs. 
William Braybrook, Mrs. J<mi 
McGnider, Mrs, Lawrence R. 
Cole, Mrs. T/acy L. Moon, Mrs. 
T. Cornell Berry, Mrs. Herbert 
Han^U and Mrs. W. Carey 
Penington. 




Phone for frMtn^pacikm 
8354)157 

TEMMX CO. MC. 

"Sertrng All Tidewater" 

XMA^plbS 
(•] TIRMlt ANO . 





It's worth the time 
to you to look into 

/ 

f^ANK B. Ford Co. 

Designers Diamonds Silversmiths 

229 GRANBY SUMIIER HOURS 9 A.M. -8 P.M. 

MEMBERS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY- 



,ft\ ./«\ i/tt .m\!it\.i/»\ Ut',' 





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In the 1890's AAcCuHoiigh't bocks and Lumber Yards 
itrelched out for two blocks along Granby S^root . . . 

Then H. D. Oliver had been known In Tidewater for 
30 years. 

The waters and marshes of Back Creek had been 
slowly pushed back and in the I890*s most of City 
Hall Avenue had been filled in. Docks still lined 
the we« side of Granby ^reet and a bridge crossed 
the creek at City Hall Avenue. Then H. D. Oliver 
had established a rq)utation -for handling the com- 
munity's burial and funeral needs with care and 
respect. Tliat same reputation remains today and ' 
H. D. Oliver's experienced staff is backed by the 
100 yrar tradition. Two fine facilities, the newest at 
Virginia Beach, enable H. D, Oliver to offer the 
best, always ... 



Harry 0. and James B. Oliver 



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This is riot a contrlbutitai . . . these blind-made products are useful «nd,g^ quality. 
Your purchase of any product made by the workers of the Virginia Workshop for 
th0 Kind will help give sonw blind person a way to make a livt%, as w©|l>as helping 
«i» Lions QMb m ypgr ^rea tojityry on their extensive Si#t C^h»fvstiv« program. 
ie sura tfe have your mo^ r«idy. 



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TRALU GAK9EN CLUB 

THALIA -^ The TWIa Ckf- 
(kn Oub m^ recoitly at Ihe 
TfmHa M©(bodi§t Church. ItoH. 
ctses were Mrs. Owydon Early, 
Mrs. D. D. Goff and Mrs. D. S. 
Williard. 



A report on the recent meet- 
ing of the Virginia Beach Coim- 
cil of Garden Clubs meeting wsu 
given by Mrs. C. H. Bunganl. 
Mrs. E. K. Eakcs reported the 
mtwnl club lunehetKi will be 
held May 18, 12 noon, at the 
Capes Beach and Cabana Club 
at w*ich time Mrs. F. E. Bkui- 
I chard will install the new skrte 
of officers for the (»ming year. 

To be installed are: Mrs. J. 
D. Matthews, president; Mre. H. 
O. Freeman, first vice prdident; 
Mrs. L. L. Kce, second vice 
president; Mre. F. L. Leowatd, 
recording secretary; Mrs. A. L. 
Sykcs, corresponding secretary; 
and Mrs. W. C. Moore, treas- 
urer. 

Mrs. Frank Luc^anich, chair- 
man of Virginia Pedsration Gar- 
den Clirb Flower Show school, 
spoke to the club members on 
judging and arranging. 



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The Kempsville^parden Club 
judged and awarded ribbons. 
For artistic class, blues went to 
Mrs. J. Catanrarito, Mrs. L. L. 
Kec and Mrs. tR. S. White; red 
to Mrs. Walter EUinghauden, 
Mrs^ J. iR. Goff, and Mrs. F. 
L. Leonard; and yellow to Mrs. 
F.. L. Leonard. 

In the horticulture class, blue 
ribbons were awarded to Mrs. 
J. W. Fowler, Mrs. H. O. Free- 
man, Mrs. D. D. Goff and Mre 
R. S. White. ~ 



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IMytt, — Ptcasc <ion't be a 
"Wish I bad-et!" Instead, be 
smart and make yourself and 
y«ir family happy tWs summer. 
Be a "I'rti glad I did-er." Right 
now you may register for swim- 
ming classes at the YWCA of- 
fice on Friday, April 30, from 
1 to 5 p.m. If you learn to 
swim now you're guaranteeing 
youreelf hou« of fvm, e fre^ 
healthy all over feeling, a sense 
of accomplishment nd, most 
important an insurance against 
Mmter awideiH. The "Y" in- 
structors are competent to teach 
any age; so don't think you are 
too old to learn. You may not 
become a skier w a surfer, but 
you can certainly l^coHi^ a 
swimmer and enjoy every mo- 
ment of it. 

**¥" calendar: 
Monday, May 5 

Pastels and Water Colors "Y" 

office, 10-12 noon " 
DeCoupage, "Y" office, 1-3 p.m. 
Swimming, Cavalier Hotel pool, 

11 a.m.-9 p.m. 

Tnesd^r, May 6 
Flower Antiquing, "Y" offrce, 

10-12 noOT 
Judo, Va. Beach Hi School Gym 
, 7<-9 p.m. c<i* :^^ , 

" Wednesday, IVIty 7 
Swimming, Cavalier Hotel pool 

11 a.m. - 9 p.m. 
Thursday, Mif t , ' 

Chmese Bru* Painting, **V* of- 
fice 10-12 
Otf Painting, Sedd, r^^aeffice 
12:3a|- 2:30 p.m. 
Fri^y, May 9 
^ilk Screening,.. "Y" Offioc,, 10- 

12 noon. 



VIRGINIA BiACH SUN, Thursday, April ^, 1965 



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SPARTANBURG— Miss Ann 
R. Bennett, dau^ter of Mrs. 
James L. Bennett will appear in 
the 1965 May I>ay {HX^m at 
Converse Ci>llwe. 
^ Sie is one of the students in 
the dance pageant, which is a 
feature each y?ar of the May 
Day festivities at the 4;year 
women's ixf^k)^. 

Coincidmg with May EHty will 
be che^ahnual I^rent's Day. Par- 
ents will have an opportunity to 
meet members of -Che faculty and 
will hear Converse President 
•Robert T. Coleman, Jr. and stu- 
<jMit leadM^ discuss college pro- 
grams and policies at the annual 
Parwits' Assembly. ,, 

Elaine Roosendaal, daughter 
df Mr. and Mre. A. P. Roosen- 
daal, 131 Byrh Brae Dr., is one 
of the 36 Radfor<^ College stu- 
dents vyho will attend a tea dance 
at the United States Naval 
Academy at Annapolis on 
2fld. 



May 



CbMta, V.iiiti.«, Bodroon 
N.'wr — U*«d — Aatiqu.* 

HIRTZ BAZAAR 

227 First Colonial Rd. — Oc.aaa 
Opon 9 to 9 42S-70U 



Daviil Twraor, «ii«l Lyaa Praagdy 

BY OLGA EDWARDS 

The Cotillion Club of Virginia 
Beadi took its place in the social 
world Friday night at the Cava- 
lier Beach Club. This dance 
ended tlie seascm's activities. 
This reporter got to tte Oivalier 
early and was able to w^ch the 
young girls and boys as they ar- 
rived. On entering, the member 
of the club, whether it be the boy 
or girl, would introduce their 
gue« to the sponsqrs Mis. E. P. 
KichwdsM and Mis. Leo BMcy. 
Some of the first to arrive were 
Lynwood NorveU, Smsm Scknte- 
cr, Lyn Hateh, Gafl Ward, Wal- 
te Hedge, Gloria Jeaa Briddey, 
SiMriey Ii^ram, Judy Ayos, 
Mke SaUTan, Dick Walker, 
James Wise, Sue Allei^ and 
LcwB Shobaan. 

Watching these young girls 
and boys was a real pleasure m 
so many ways. First? of all tiie 
young ladi» looked so very pret- 
ty in tfteir formals and the boys 
so neatly dre^ed. Coraages were 
worn by most girls and bouton- 
nieres on the young geirtlemen. 

At the many tables wera Art 
Moals, Dave Milh, Pat Beaae, 
Eddfe JoUtfoo, Mtfy lo Parker, 
Maoie BUey, Robert Soathei^ 
laad, Jolnnie Caiarch, Au II» 
bard, Bctiy Bovard, Larry Puf^ 
oeN, Jearae RJdnrdMM, imr 
Gftm, AwM F<As, Tonuny 
BrowB, RkiMrd lehama, Janes 
Evan, LfaKia i^ys, J<riw Jordan, 
Maiy Ana Tysoa, Pete HoOaHl, 
Mkbeie SoUtm, Flraak Ewald, 
Sac SidttvaB, David McUnlock, 
a«d Lynn I^aa^ey. 

The Combo was from Rich- 
mond and one of the best of this 
type I have heard for sometime. 
They really went over big with 
the boys and girls. When the 
bend start^ it wasn't long be- 
fore everyone was on tiie flow 
and typical of the younger set 
they were really going to town. 
Watching them dance almost 
makes you envious oi their 
energy aqd fun. The high heeled 
shoes were soon disc^trded and 
barefeet became the fashion. 



Seen during intermission in 
the bar room for soft drinks were 
David Tvraer, Janet Oliver, 
BMch Ore, Pan ScNcrs, Mike 
Marahy, JacnMlno Ifarvey, Sn- 
san TbiMMM» Mwy Aant Beach. 
Mk Ga^ Mdam Had J^lAcr, 
Skerri Irvbi, Don te^^MW, 01. 
ncy Face, DavM Aviay, Sandra 
DeMott, Bobby iUylnnh Bath 
Martbi, Diaac SslMr; Rkhanl 
SfiriKfar, Mary Sm Ballnn»k 
DavM WBaen, Pan FaOcr, Hen. 
ly WHbin^ Hoy RanMy 



H. Gamer, Pancki Dvey, Hw 
othv Snyder, Tony MnoMr, Lyn- 
dea PrHchard and Barry Lllch- 
fleld. ..w 

The bewitchli^j hcmr of 12 
o'clock drew near and little t^ 
Itole the y>w^ coBji^ b^m 
leaving for home. Walking &A 
one little lady ittill full of raorgy 
took her leave by swingmg cm 
one of the poles to the awai^! 

,My compliment to tl«se yqiini 
people who were so vwy jyej 
behaved in every way. '. 



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PRESTO! It stays cool to the touch. 
(It's flameless.) 



PRESTO! The water heater vanishes, 
(It can ^ hidden in any out-of-the-way 
place because it's flameless.) 




And right now, VEPCO pays $40 of 
your installation cost for an electric^ '' 
quick-recovery water heater! To 
qualify, have your VEPCO-authorlzed 
Live Better Electrically installing 
dealer or f^umber put in a quick- 
recovery electric as original equip- 
ment or replscernent for your pres- 
ent non-electrk: imit. 

You'll save on all y^ur electric liv- 
big, too. Installation of a flameless 
quick-recovery water heater automa- 
tically qualifies your entire home for 
VEPCO's lowest residential rate. This 
bw rate makes flameless heatir^, 
cooking, dr^ng, water heating-all 
your modern electric conveniences a 
bigf^r bargain than evwl 
VIRGINIA ELECntK . 
AND POWER OJMPANY . 




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Official Opening Satunlay 



VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Forbes Candies will have an of- 
ficbl opening of their newest 
(»ndy stwe, "Fortes Candy and 
Gourmet Shop", locked .at 3104 
Atlantic Avenue, on Saturday. 
Ctae of the nicest shops in the 
area, it has been serving cik- 
tomers for die past two weeks 
who teve come in to see the 
itiarvekHM ^sortm^n of candi(» 
and to enjoy the beautiful decor. 

Abng tiie walls of brick and 
wood, are the finest impcMted 



bonbons and candks ll^m 
Swrtzerland, Ckrmany, England, 
and Holland, ^ well as ^ fini^" 
ous honip-nmde F^b^i cm^e* .. 
of sak waiter tiify, cry^^etf 
fruits, etc. ,1 

Featured ^o, anioi^ Ihe 
many gaily -mapped H>xes m$, 
col<»fui p^kBj^, B an ;elM|^ 
assortment ^ ^ ken^ of caHt 
•md co&tmne jewelry, fi^Sk»t 
mmts, extracts, and namy aititt 
exciting finds which speak cl fe«> 
finement and good taste. 




ChariM FwrltM, owB.r of ForbM CaodiM, luu btt tbtb t^w. 
rM4y for A» offMiJ .jpMiiiMr to b. ^M m SMv^y. **PMkM 
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Please, Mr. Buflage 



of the machine is being accon^tlshed. 
Please don't stop in the nriiddle of your 
speeches. Please name names, give specific 
sltuatitMis, and bring your charges into the 
open 



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Last week on this very page, we asked 

Mr. L. Charles Burlage, "independent" 

ctmAdafo for the State Senate from the 

Third Senatortai District, whidi IrKludes 

^rginia Beach, to name names and specific 

situations, in his charges of tyranny against Mr. B., If you have Informatfon on the 

wh^ he kkes to call 'The Machine". Ap- tyranny and corruptlbn you seem to de- 

parently he has chosen to ignore our plea, light In i^nplying, please let us know. We 

or perheps he knows no other way to set want this entire affair kwought to light. And 

forth his candidacy than to use such loose the time is now. If you cannot produce 

statements In his campaign speeches. such evidence immediately, perhaps a 

This wedc, Mr. Burlage has continued wiser campaignir^ line can be fdbwed by 

hfs ^fMd dtscM-ganized attack, but still has you and your friends. *' ^* i 

re^ l»cked up the attack with fact. In a Propaganda has been utilized by sub- 

aeech in #» city <rf Chesapeake, also in versive elements to great advantage in the 

the District, he noted his intentions of past. These elements tell part of the story 

helping the citizens of that fair city. But to indte the citizenry, and twist the truth 

hh way of helping teaves us cold and con- to^rve their own purpose. They purposely 




NO! DOM WMPlReiHROUSH 
-milR M0U1HS ANOlHr PM>0 







hised 

Mr., 6. ^ys he is trying to save therp 
fr#| irf^ dK^#»s 0^ machine politics ft 
eilll bi y^l^U Be^; fhet he is trying 
to lW|) <^v v^lnginia B^Kjt ffttdiine at the 
boi^ b^bre it slips into Oiesapeake; that, 
givprt ^ Wk^, the citi:»n$ of CheS^qp^us 
w^ tio i ^ i^ thinking before they tet ^Is 
mliiflrte &mp Into eV«ry aspect of tticfr 




>t teH all of the story, mostly because 
do not know it or the entire story 
" only show their intention of "mak- 
mountain out of a molehill". No, 
, we do not accuse you of b^lng sub- 
versive or of spreading propaganda, but 
we do wdnder why you refuse to enlighten 
us on thfr*specif ics of your "cause". 

Please, Mr. Burlage, If you have some- 



H\^ irrf » con^etety dominate it ^at It fhirw to say, say it. Present the issues and 

be^es t^nnlcal In nature,- and that there let the people decide. That is the only way 

d^Nj^ y is a;>yy grab" (Thaft a pretty we know to hole* a free election in our 

p^^ifoot, ^tmkh has as its pflncij^l Republic, tf there are real issues involved 

gwm» etmi^Q^^ #ie political pow-w in your charges, they need a public airing 

of fm W^fttfl BWrfi machine. fcy both sides. So f |r' you h^ve presented 

^nd that 1$ Where he stops. Again. nothfng to argue. You have only implied 

Pfeese Mr. Burlage, tell us how the so that ihere is trouble with a capital "T". 

caM tyraiinical machine is trying to grab Just what is the trouble? We honestly 

p»ower In Chesapeake. Please give*us th<^e want to know and we want to know now. 

aforementioned "facts", so that we can tell Maybe next week. Please, Mr. Burl^e 

everyone. Please tell us how this extension . I 



Another Special Commendation 

A few weeks ago, we had occasioi^ to But this did not deter these trained men 
commend publicly the Police Department who moved into the area, completely dis- 
of Virginia Beach for putting a disorderly regarding their own safety. 

Another problem was water and water 
pressure to fight such a mammoth fire. 
A fire hydrant nearby mysteriously was not 
part of an active line, although it was later 
turned on (about two hours after the fire 
began) just about f'he same time that 
the City of Norfolk sent a pumper to the 
scene. But no water meant that the tank 



house out of business, today, we are happy 
to report we have occasion to conimend 
another important segi^ent of 1+ie City's 
economy. 

Last Tuesday's fire at L. M. Sandler and 
Sons' plant and warehouse was spectacular. 
In the course of news reporting, we have 
seen i^any fires, some smaller and some 



larger, but never have we had the misfor- trucks owned by- the several Volunteer 

tune to witness one tliTat had to be put units who had arrived were forced to race 

out only by overcoming so many obstacles, several nr>iles for additional water when the 

For this reason, we find , it important to supply of the tanks was exhausted. We 

commend the Volunteer Fire Department i^ve no idea how much water it took to 

and other Fire Departments who took part drown that blaze or how nrony times the 

in the tremendous firefighting efforts, tankers were filled, but the wail of sirens 

Reportedly the fire began with « shat- could be heard in the vicinity of Diarno^ 

tering explosion, followed bf several Springs all afternoon. :^--^^==%=^.^=r^ 

smaller ones. By the tinr%e the first fire Never did we see a fireman watking /.. 

equipment arrived on the scene, a raging .They were constantly running. And never 

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inferno met the firemen. Parts of the build 
ing were so far gone,' it seems a miracle 
that anything was eventually saved. We 
arrived on the scene onfy a few momehts 
after the first fire engine. We were, of 
course, helpless, except to watch the gar- 
gantuan efforts being made with cool prci- 
sion by the firemen, regardless of the odds 



did we see one stop to rest u,ntil the job 
was done. More remarkably, not a single 
injury was sustained, and only because of 
the calm efficient manner in which the men 
went about their task. 

As a newcomer to Virginia Beadi, and 
as one unused to Volunteer Fire Depart- 
ments, we had cast a wary glaWce until the 



The ilmi Of iooks 



sj^^ lw| MWrians, library workers and 
IftMwWi i^ Virginia Beach, Including those 
In ow iriwtt. It Is iiyfeed unfortunate that 
lAriiry W^iik 1$ riot ^lebrated in ^>me 
vwy ^y4wo varies of every year. V^ere 
^»blrt in a ^ary can we find such a 
wptfth of into-matlon about everythlr^? 
Irti |«]»sfble to fraya^ arcwnd the worW, 
^^^^ In tVery r«ti6n, #>rough the world 
of ^6^. The price fag Is much smaller 
than for a world cruise. 

A^t of us have fallen out of the' habit 



Natkjnal Lftwary Week is drawing to a Lfcrary Week is still going on, but don't 
■^ ^-^ 0% ^fcs this opportunity to sto|) m»e. Promise yourself a return visit 

in ^e near future, and keep that promise. 
The world we live in is a most complex 
place. We owe it to ourselves to under- 
stattKi the complexities. A library is the best 
place to begin that understanding. Read a 
book this week and every week. It need 
not be a heavy treatise on world problems. 
iKin be fiction, biography, short stories, 
poe^y, j©r so many others. Just get into the 
habit of reading. There is so much to be 
gained from curling up with a good book. 

Of course, it should alt begin with the 

of full u^lizattoh of libraries. We simply children. They shooW be encouraged at 

car^ ««Ti t© take the time. May we home to read and feam. At sdiool they 

male a suggestion? Why not stop into a must read, but 166 b^en consider reading 

Wra^ soon and browse arouni the or making a book report a chore. It is up 

shelves end reference room. There's just to parents to set the example for children. 

no telling what you may find of interest What an inexpensive example It is to set. 

^ to you. In addition, home libraries are And how important it will be in their late 

flr^, but usually not up to date. The best- years. 

^llfrs, the current issues of magazines, the The dedicated personnel of our libraries 

most up-to<Jate technical journals, the lat- are doing a marvelous jc4>, but their wares 

e^ Jrrformatlon on varied subjects can all are often gathering dust from lack of use. 

be found in me place - a library. All it Right now, during Library Week, step into 

Ukm Is the time and effort to make a e library, and b^me re-introduced to the 

visit. Mike that visit now, while National magic World of books. 



Wi're Soiry It HippeAii 



The wind was blowing much harder Sandler fire. Now we feel only pride in 

than usual, thus causing the fire to spread these mei? who give their time and efforts 

to the rear of the building quickly and de- to make our lives Just a little safec We 

structively. There were several fuel tanks respect them and we congratulatefhem 

and tanks of explosive gases that were for a job well done, 

white hot. The thickest, blackest smoke There were fire departments tnere too 

we have ever seen was rising with alarm- numerous to mention here. There were no 

ing regularity. Canned goods inside the heroics, ho competing for honors among 

building were exploding and shooting into them, just a lot of hard work to get the job 

the air like an old-fashioned Fourthof July. done. Gentlemen, we salute you. 



'WE WIUiBUriYJaHl' 



Win, 
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ilways a tragic occurrence, but and better than isefore. At the height of 

pens to gcHXi friends, it's e\flgn the blaze, v/h&n ^e s^rk^e <*«» the thick- 

We are sorry there had to be est, we watched Harry Mid Sam, giving 

in Virginia Beach this w^, orders that meant mJth^ ^ Ihi stock was 

saved. These tv^'^«|^ gentlemen, 
along with tHfeir cloi ^p > j^ t Itaff can't be 
held cfown. They'PI tome BaA. K^ may 
We add this persorfal note to karry and 
Sam. -^ \. 

. . . We really are sorry it had to happen, 
and vve wish you much luck in the future. 
Unlortunatdy, all we have to offer is our 



3 doubly sorry it h*ppen®d to such 

's of the Virginia Beach ^ 

sandier and Sons. 

'" do we regret the i^rsonal kjss 

I Sftm Sandttr, teit we also re- 

if^ down of orw 

tporlant business eS- 

■ijti* fit jr, wf are ^tain 




-t irmn the a&hes bigfer v^arbrf support during your rebnllding. 



UTILITY SQtjADRON FOUR 
(Third in a series on Cmntmausm to be puMisiied eadh wedk) ■ 

The force that was ultimately to grind the autocracy of tht 
Tsarist regime to powder was to be forged in a furnace of IriVter 
poverty and hunger. Nicholas II, believiiig .that a quick victorious 
war would divert the people's attention from the starvation that 
^^ !l.^"\ ^"^ '^^^ popular pressure for political refonn, pro- 
voked tte Japanese to strike in a sneak atta<ik on Febniary 8, 1904 
iJ*f * ®™'*^' ^^Jly led and dishonestly provided, collapsed 
under the anvil blows of Japanese military might. The blackness 
of the defeat was not to be relieved by a single victory. 

As the prestige of the Tsarist governmem sank lower and 
tower, kbor unions and revolutionary societies boldly petitioned 
for such civil liberties as freedom of speech, press, association 
equality before the law, and representative government In the 
face of mounting pressures the Tsar yielded to the demaiwis of 
the people. TTiis apparent enl^tenment of the Tsar to the^eds 
of his people was to rekx these internal tensions and brinfi\ 
strained serenity to the country. ^ 

' The Tsar, chaffing under the yoke of this quasi-democracy, re- 
versed himself and cnished the resistance of the peasants in orgies 
of murder and plunder. The Russian people were so thoroughly 
intimidated by the bloody reprisals of .the Tsar that they decided 
to make themselves, as a 'Russian proverb has it, "Stiller than water 
and lower than grass." Some small freedoms were to remain but 
the people were doomed to suffer still a while longer. ^ 

World War I seriously weakened a Tsarist Russia already 
*akeft by its earlier defeat in the Rus^o-Japapese War and by the 
p^nt Revolution of 1905. Agrarian conditions remained miser- 
able for the peasant masses and industrial workers w«s shackled 
to an existence that barely sustained life. 

Finally, freedom was to come to Russia when soldiers sent to 
disperse hunger marches, turned their guns against the regime. 

In on? tremendous, spontaneous surge to freedom, hundreds 
of thousatods poured into the streets demanding that the Tsar ab- 
dicate m favor of a. freely elected constitutionai assembly. Faced 
witl ^ revolt of incredible proportions, Tsar Nicholas II abdicated 
on ^la^ch 45, 1917. 

A proviskmal government was optimistically established and 
all cNT ffifc civiyibertles, that until now had been only a dream in 
the he^& of Ae Russian pWJple, w^e granted. There was now 
™SL2.^^^ji?'^^*^' ^^so^^ftion, eqiialfty before Wfe law, Md 
a c<Mttg^att a^M}^ was to be elected in the near future. 

-For im 'MiSkg moment it appeared «s if the Russan pec^ 
bad fled from tiie "ni^t of torbarism" into tte warmibg sunli^i 
of &ee<k)m. 



THE Kf& 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

OF PRINCESS ANNE 

COUNTY 

Historic briefs about the area 
now known as Virginia Beach. 

It ntay come as a surprise to 
the reader to learn that an early, 
visitor to this area published a 
quarto to prove that the Indiam 
were Jews who had been "lost 
in the world few the space of 
near 200 years". He was the 
llev. Thomas Tlwrowgood who 
came to Virginia in 1628 wrth 
his brother the famous Adam. 
They were sons of a Puritan 
minister of Gtimstead, Norfolk 
Co., England. The pamjAlet en- 
titled "Sure Arguments to prove 
that the Jews inhabit now in 
America" was published in Lon- 
don in 1652 after the Rev. Thor- 
oughgood returned to England. 
To help prove his point he 
qtiotes from a letter written to 
him by the Rev. Roger Williams 
of Salenn; "beside their God 
Rutland . . . they (the Indian) 
hold that Nanawitnawit (a god 
overhead) made the hfeaven and 
earth; and some 4ast of affinity 
with the tfcbrew i have found." 
Like the Jews, Mr. WillMinK 
continued, the Indian "separate 
their women in a little wigwam 
by themselves in their femine 
season". Data taken from an old 
volume in the possessimi of this 
editor; "Drake^s Book Of The 
Indians." 



MATERIALS LOST 

KEMPSVILLE — About 
$41-1 worth of plywood and 
nails were taken from a home 
under constxuctioa M Larkspur 
owned by Herbert R. Aadet&oa. 



The vlKQuiiA Kftcn 
OPEN FOltUM 



Dear Stf: , 

Jilove Mdlpore I iMve noA^ 
<hM p(Be|da nler to our lovm U 
goveran^ M « demo(^«^. 
I^ieem lofdnk ttat «e not 
orily tei« • dfibbravcy, bM tmt 
n^oded id tave one. N<Ai^ 
ojhM be tertfier from the truA. 
Ao eMo^MKion <A our hntn-- 
ical ^bcumentt shows that no- 
wtoe doei te word "democ- 
racy" ew»i tppmu In flie Declar- 
Mi^ ci lmtq)en(knce, the Om- 
tftt^ta at Ae Unked States, cr 
tbt '4ott$tJeatiMm of my of the 
;0 bM^ndvai states. This was 
WA bbcmm our Founding F^- 
ert knew nothing of demoa«c^i 
it was becawe they were only 
tpo fwnUiw with them. T%ey 
knew that ^ democraciM of dii 
|Hi»t bad teikd because they did 
not reoc^^ tfie feot timt not 
duly die governed but die ^r 
^KMs as well oiM^ be contn^bd 
by the laws. "Hjcits were gov- 
ernments whifli did n(^ acknow- 
ledfe the individual spirit of each 
man, and whose citissens had on- 
ly ^at ri^ts «hc majority §avc 
to tJiem, "netefore, siKh govern- 
ments inexkably fell into anttf^ 
chy and committed suicide. 

Our Founding F<ad)ers cteter- 
miaed lo evolve for themaelves 
and their descendents a i»w 
gov^nment <rf laws, not of men, 
one which would not decay and 
disappear. Tliey pHaMi ttot ev- 
ery man has certain unalienable 
rights whidi lue given him, not 
b^ bis government, but by his 
Creator; and that since they are 
bestowed divinelv, no earthly 
power can take tnem away. To 
msure that this would always be 
so, titty developed an ^alx>r^ 
system of Checks and b^ances, 
so that the government would 
never be abte to i)surp the rights 
of the people. TSius our Consti- 
tutional Republic was foumted, 
and it has brought to us tbt 



iw in/m been known by ^y 

f^ die rm 30 yeais or a^ 
a tta^l foi^ ilto t^our |A. 
tap tai tlM « woilt to dM%, 
patiently c^mg^ Ae Ainki^ itf 
the Ammmk pei^ am ite 
wmiMloie pride m our grcMie- 
i tB tifngs and eventually not ev^ 
tmtetiixg &mMy whit t^ 
were. At tte Mme tinw th^ / 
beii^ done, im^asing 
wene and «i« be^ made 
stroy die saf^p^tA, traw..„ 
ami policies ^(^A'h«l mi^ us 
a great A^ljlic. Ihos, aw 
t!» Republic y^ conveitedljo 




power lf»* iwmple riai^ty.*''!C*- 
viously, tbk )t likMiem ^^ridi 
iSie eoetnJes,pf i^lte{)uUic jieek 
'(6 impose on us today. 

h Is h5t tob iMt, fOT the 
dian^ has not been completoJ. 
We «« not a denocncy yet, bjrt' 
those «4io would make us to iie 
beomnuig strmger and boHler 
every day. Scmething mu^ fee 
done to tiiwait their aiuM, «- ^ 
wttl eventually go die ^ W 
Greece md Rome. 

We have a Republic; k^'slt^ 
k that way. 

Very ttnlv yours, 

Mrs. H. C. ClemwHs 

. 1 

' " i 

SPECIAL COLLECnCW 

OMndies Hmm^tam the 
city win olMen^ 
Good NdgUMHT D^ lUs 
day Willi a ^edal coHedtagb 

for tlie Scatacic P lutiS 

Center. Willi snffldeirt np. 
p<Nrt froa liie pobte, tlue ccb- 
ter may be con^led and hi 
use iiy.iUs snmnMr. 




, TlwBM« DMtcan of ThaH* Lys* ^aptiat Clmrcli't Boy Seoirt 
Troop No. 406 <U«iH*|« tho ponovoraaoo of acMita by tenriiig K. P. 
duty in th« raia. ^ (B^co Pkoto by Dyar) 



Scouts Defieif Rain 



Old Maa Weather acted up iauiaa faakioa last week-end. bM 
aaveral baadred Virgiaia Baacb Bby SeouU taok It ia ttrida md 
heM a rary •aeeoaaful Canporaa a| Camp PeaAetoa State MiBlanr 
RaeerratioB. I . ^ 

Ab actira schadala was ataMitaiBed in tpita of iianaroaa haadU 
caps and tbe boys proved to tbi laadors that hiHMU bad bean 
learaed. well dariag the wia^M^OBlh*. 

Camporee award for the't^ aait waat to Troop 66 of Konpa- 
villa, spoBsored by tbe KempaTillo JtMritak Clab aad aadar tha 
diroctioa of Scoiitnaater Raflaald A. Barker. 



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MMWIEAIfTA 

eAiNi?AL m, 

KEMKVIXE — Amm- 

will sptMwcM- « cflMvd «t 1^ 
•ebq^ oo ^urdoy from 1 l\ftjn. 
10 6 p.ffl. 

l*c« wHI be many «ttnc- 
#oni «M an memb«« of rtw 
ftunily. SoiW! of Ae cvw^ 
pta^Md are p^yfidef, ipock 
tOfxa, cmcmei, reAvAimaO, 
mtet sliop, oake w^, putoti 
pest i^ore, neord sale, [^ iIk^, 
wAitc tle^hm^ sale, garaw, and 
doorpruw. A Kfay Qi^m wW 
be OR»med. 

On sale now are tidc^ f<w 
drawii^ on a surfboard and a 
ttqwte. Tick^s may be f»ir- 
dmed 'frcrni stud^tts living in 
the Anowhead Kcmpsvaio tei, 
OT M dK Ckroiwl. ' 



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PoMk or P«lio SofM A Ckoin 

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mi BEING TAEEN 

.KBMPSVntE — Mn. H. F. 
Tylw and Mn. R. E. Dot» 
owsen and <^rat(»i of ICempi- 
viUe Kindergaiteo, wffl take 
af^licatioas during May t<x 
&mMnem in tte jx^ivi^ 
kimteigarten tor aext year^ 
w^ool lemi. 

Tlie sdjool is held in <he Com- 
iftraity Mettiodt^ Oiun^ in 
Acvedrie from 9 a.m. to noon 
on weekdays. Qualifkd teacher; 
•re employed to teach <«e 
poup (rf four year olds and four 
cias^ of five )«ar olds. 

Rdativn utd frkndi interr- 
ed in the results of m<xk done by 
the children ki Kempsville Kin- 
de^arten are invited to attend 
Ae Spring Play to be presented 
in Kempcville Junior Higb scho(rf 
<m May 11 at 7 p.m. 

ANNUAL LUNCHEON 
TODAY 



^ 



CLEAN-UP CONTEST 

.ffiATAOC — hi ^Nte of 
dMi|», <Axri weatSier on wetl;- 
Mida, ^ Seaiack ^ea Oem-up 
Omteit Ina totde MooMmgn^ 
propeii. 4lMid^ are ao heaitea- 
■^ tbat Ae ooMM will be ex- 
^»Kted tato May. 

On A{M-ci 3(Mi at 8 p.m. a 
Hatt-way fm wiU take pimce it 
<he Seatadk Omiminky Cen^ 
"to celcbi^e \v4«t has Wo ac- 
oomplisbfd. Citifitiofls and 
awM^ will M made ait^ihat 
time as ar^ caiAams report on 
wlwt b plMinea and wnat btas 
been MOompliAed in dieir sec- 
tort. 

Further inf br n Hrtion about 
KXering liie cotrtrac may be had 
from the oo-cbairmen, Aaron 
Parsons and^Mrs. Oiarles Rob- 
bma. 

Tlic clewi-op oami^i^ is 
sp(»sored by tiie inter-i^ial 
Virginia Beach Gouncil on Hu- 
man iReIati<Mis and sevet^ local 
clubs. 

AfiotiiM' project of tiie 
VBCHR is a survey of the Sea- 
tack arra to be taken May 1 in 
cooperati<Hi with the Goundl of 
durdi Wi(MD«n. 



VIRGINIA t0(c^ SON, i^mA^mp m, m 



UHERALS 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Annual Jeffwson Day luncheon 
of the Women's Democratic 
Oub of Virginki Beach wUl Jw 
held today at noon at the d||^ 
Beadi and Cabana Oub. 

Guest speaker will be M\sa 
Aooe Dobte Peebles, a member 
of <fie ^te Board of Education 
and WcMnan's ooofdinator of 
Governor Harrisom campaign. 
Her talk will be on "Living imd 
Learning." 



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THETA PHI ADKTS 

ATLANTA, Ga. — Jane 
Kibler of 107 Slst %, end a 
stud^it ^ Emory Utriversity, is 
(HR of dw 18 new members re- 
cetHdy admitted in die Emory 
dttoler <tf Thcto Phi. 

"niela Phi is an hoooru^ so- 
ciety for mintster and rel^i(His 
workers wkI membership is by 
mvitetion only and* is based on 
scholar^ip or achievemeiA.- 

iU^WSHlPJMHM 

BAYSIDE — i^^^^ 
Day wiU be held oq May 7 
ift II a.m. in the Bayside Pres- 
byterian Oiurch, tocated at Ew- 
eU Road end In(tepen^x« 
Boulevard. 

Mr. Henry B. Hunter, Chair- 
man of ihe Health, Welfare, and 
R«:;reatioQ Planning CouncU 
will sp^k aboirt ibe Eomomic 
Opportunity Act. 

The theme for the May Fel- 
low^ip wfll be "Pet^fe, Pov- 
erty, Plenty". 



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IIMr ASD Mft^ 11^1^ 

VmCINlA BEACH — RJ- 
«ttd Jol» RAer, 71, of 1216 
Mtj^wer Apattaimts, a it- 
tired «:oouot»t, <fied Tuesdhy 
at 8:40 a.m. in a hosf^. 

A SOB at Patrick and Ma. E3- 
hai C^tsy Ufim, he w« ban in 
An^ftml, Pa., and li\^ here 10 
yean. 

SurviviM are ha widow. Mis. 
AgMs MuMo Rater of Viisnia 
B^di; two sons, John B. Raber 
of Seattle, Waidi., and Demdd J. 
Raho- o( Vh^m Beach; md 
two granddiil^Mi. 

1%e Rotwry will be rectted in 
H. D. OWver Funeral Api»t- 
moits too^ at 7:30 p.m. 

A fmend service will 'be hdd 
sn S^ erf tlK Sea C^alk 
Church {^May at 10 a.m. Burial 
win be m Woodtawn Memorial 
Oardeitt, >l<xfolk, 

MRS.UEr1ri[tt H>PLIN 

VIRGn«A imACH — Mjs. 
L^e TaykM: Poplin, 6t, of 
1104 Gknside Drive, Bellamy 
MancM-, died TtKvday at 12:25 
|>4B. in A PortsnKHith fao^Htal 
after a long Ulness. 

A t»tive ot NaihviUe, Ga., 
^e Hved here 21 years. ^ was 
the widow of J«nes A. Pofriin 
and a dau^ter of William E. 
and Mrs. Mary Smitli Taylor. 

Surviving ei^^a daudKer, Nfa^s. 
Helen Roi^Mni of Viq^i^ 
Beach; a s^er, Mrs. M. BemMMt 
xA VakJosta, Ga.; two graiKk^tMl- 
dren and five great-gnmddifi- 
dsca. 

A funeral service wffl be «»- 
duf^ed Friday <tf 2 p.m. ia Sim- 
wlc Funeral H<Hne by Don Amos 
of Coleman Place Church of 
Ovist, Norfolk. Bur^ wfll be 
in Woodiawn Memorial Gerdeos. 



MRS. BESS GINGRICH 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Bess S. Gii^ch, 66, of S^U 
Moni(m, Cdif., d^ MoKlay hi 
die home <rf her daughter, Mis. 
Gerakline I^oniagton of 701 
Avaknt Ave., ^ile on a vint. 

"rte body will be aent from H. 
p. Oliver Funeral AfMitmeote 
to Santii Mcmioa for a funerri 
aervke aad IniriaL 

WALTER WHITE CASO^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Wal- 
ter Whke Cason, 70, of 500 Pa- 
cific Avenue, died Skmday irt 
9:45 a.m. at fak home i^er a 
^loit iUnns. 

A lifekMi^ resiifeiit of Vir- 
ijnia Be«^ and Princesf A^ 
Oounty, he vfm a wa of fbt farte 
Walter W. and Mrs. ChoMmna 
R<ri»nMn Cason and tbe hus- 
band of Mrs. Samii ^raes 
Oaaon. 

He sNved in the Corat Gtard 
during World War I. 

Besuks his widoy, bt Is wr- 
vived by a son, Hkmum ^. 
Caswi; a daughter, Mrs. Rujiw C. 
Barco; fUKl thr^ granddtikben; 
idl ot Virginia Bcadi. 



A funeral .wvict wf» «i^ 
ducted in the M«ta«l lUSn^ 
Home, Tuctday i* 2 j^.m *^ 
Rev. Beveriy F«ky d ^hw . - 
Ml Beech Mcst^toSat Chtt*. 
Burial wm m Fore* Uwn O- 
metory, Norfolk. 

Luiittk 





OCEAN ] 
Vemon Catan. 63, of 32«4 1^ 
Avenue, died SMurday tfL 11:45 
p.m. in a Hampton hoipal liter 
a dvort ilfawas. 

A lifekqg residefML of 
Ame Conaty upl' 
Beach, he wae^aaoocl 
Henry abd Mrs. t^ 
C^lott and the^ husband 
Carrie Paul QitoB. He aRvied 
« die U.S. Navy d«ing ^Id 
W^rn. 

I^ndea iiii pmm/^ 
ow, rarviw^ are «vo 
aiiolt Caloa of NorRtt 
Wdliam A. Caton of 
ted two sist«s, Ms. 
Kr»r tod Mra. Ri% ft«l^ 
of ViigUa Bead. 

A nmratt ^p4ce wm an- 
du^ed in f^ -linneM ^mni 
Home, TiMeday it A AK by 
Navy Che|>lam DomM W. Jolly. 
Bunal ^ m Rotewood MeEii> 
ot^l fttfk. Mili»y honcn -iNae 
acoorded. 

• UOALNOnCB 





VOLUNTEER FIREMEN 
COMPLETE 



VA. BEACH / MACONA / BAYSIOS 



I^AZA — Ei^t membera of 
tl» Pillcesf ^Ane Plaza Volun- 
teer I%e tlc|^rtment receiMy 
oompktod eirtrasive Red Or)oas 
training to boiya:^ «)uip them to 
meet aU en^ i^l w. 

tjtider the Insmictioti cf Eddie 
H. Shook, the mwi received 10 
hours basic and 15 htNurs ad- 
vanced trainkig, plus an addi- 
tional four hours in a medical 
self-help course, that Jodud^ 
atomic feQ^wt- pppecticm, 
emer^a;y chtlcfinitii ilelivery 
and preparation t&t afldiulaiKe 
serving training. 

Rerf Crosscards were pi©- 
^ntbd by nan iDancher of 
N.O.B., a field director for the 
Red Cross, and hiedical sell- 
telp dtplonMs were awarded by 
Graham White, civil defmse co- 
OTduertor for Vir^ia Beach. 

Volunteer^ cdiAplcting the 
c(Mim» were iRobeit I. V^t- 
lock, Eugene H. Sonderitni, 
Lockwood F. Evans, DoMd 
Smithy John J. Scott, C T. 
Heagyv T. A. O'Keefe and J. D. 
%ray. 

PLAZA CIVIC LEAGUE 
MEETS TUESDAY 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA— 
The next r^ui^ meetii^ of the 
Princess Anne Pteza Qvic 
L^gue will be held Tues^y 
evenkg at tite Lynnhav^ Eb- 
meotary &hool at 8 p.m. ,4 
. 1^ elotioii ol (Mfitieis 
behdd. 



The Viimm Beath 
Board of Af^eeb wflS sxmimet 
a Public Hearing <m MoMlay, 
May 3, 1965, at 8:00 p.m. m 
the Munich OmiA Buftttn at 
City Hall, Prmcess AanMII*- 
don, VifgiBia Beech, Vv^im. 
The foltowM^ i^icatioas wffl 
apijbar en the ^eui^ 

Benwe Zedd, 5d32-A Y»- 
giflia Beadi Boulevwid, ^iMrie 
Boa<*, Virginia, rei^iesls a^W- 
anoe of 10 feet inai the rw^jted 
30 fe^ to 20 feet on ^ toot 
setback of a